In my retirement I came across a lot of old Onkyo, Pioneer, and other home theater receivers I would like to keep
out of the e-waste stream. I would like to get them working in whole or part,
harvest for parts to make something else, or use as-is for whatever functionality remains. A lot of them suffer
the "HDMI No Sound" problem specific to Onkyo, Pioneer, and Marantz units.
I seem to have hit a dead end in searching for datasheets for the various Renesas VLSIC audio chips that are
commonly switch matrix arrays and volume controls. Some part numbers:
In general : R2A152XX where XX are two numbers.
I can't find a datasheet for an R2A152XX device anywhere online. Any help, information, or thoughts
greatly appreciated . Thanks.
Hi and welcome to the forum!
I didn't find this on an official Renesas site and it seems to be one of those part marketing/part technical sheets that I'm sure you're familiar with. But I'm hoping it's at least a step in the right direction and provides some additional insights. Also, Rochester Electronics (https://www.rocelec.com/) seems to have some of these in stock still (they specialize in EOL parts) and the datasheet they have associated with some of these parts is just a section of the attached PDF.
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Thanks for the help. Appreciated.
Rochester Electronics site claims they don't have the datasheet. Rochester, DigiKey, Mouser, Jameco, or just entering part numbers in your favorite search engine often yields pretty good results.
To clarify what I'm looking for:
I'm looking for information as to how to program the various analog switches and volume controls on the device. Typically this would be a table of binary values , register names, and function in how signal flow and amplitude is controlled.
Anyone else have anything else to add ?