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Originally Posted by Captain Lolburger View Post

Burr-Brown merged with Texas Instruments in 2000. Previous to that, TI made their own DACs. It is a common practice for manufacturers to get their hands on old pre-2000 TI DACs in order to make people think they are as good as current chips. You will notice that current TI DACs are still referred to as Burr-Brown, not TI.

That is the difference.

So you are saying people on Overclock.net buy crappy "portable DACs" from DIYers made from old TI stuff? Because it still has nothing to do with AVRs.

No I didn't say that at all. Read my post, nothing I said is untrue. Major AVR brands refer to their DACs as Burr-Brown, rather than TI, because it shows their heritage.

I've made my point, and I won't be drawn into a debate with you. I'm not posting in this thread anymore.
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