NXP introduces the Symphony SoundBite Development Kit, designed for cost-sensitive applications and college laboratories, providing a very low-cost entry point into high-end DSP solutions.
The Symphony DSP56371 digital signal processor is a compact and user-friendly design at a very manageable price point. The Symphony SoundBite is capable of simultaneously processing eight independent channels of line-level audio via four pairs of 3.5 mm stereo jacks. One input/output pair of jacks is shared with the AKM S/PDIF receiver and transmitter, enabling optical digital audio input and output. The analog processing is handled by four AKM 24-bit stereo codecs at sampling rates up to 192 kHz.
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