Am I right in reading the info on the Dac's page so that if I remove the uC and put a wire-bridge between the two points where a switch is drawn, it will be on as soon as power is provided?
If I don't use the power management and/or display function, the DAC I have now seems to be a bit overkill. But I can use this in my soon to build second setup, so what would be (sound quality-wise) be the best choice for a rasp-pi DAC without these functions? All DACs you sell seem to use the same chip, but the prices range from 16 to 80 Euro. Is there more difference than just functionality?
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Also the DAC parts are not 100% same.