So, you guys need DSD output and 6bit quantizer output pins, thats all what 4222 gives over the 4220 . Fine, nice job.
These people who bought all these EVM's dont get the idea of these type of converters, that is , these are more like set of digital signal processing algo's than anything """analog""".
-You bought the 4222 evm, you bought a set of preset algorithms and a cheap analog front end. Now you can configure it with jumpers and leaves you with a lot of useless features, like , DSD, flat dithered 16bit PCM out.
Comparing this to a Lavry is like , taking 1 preset of a cheap synthetiser against a vast array of presets on the expensive Lavry
- and you're free to tweak it too. It will give you a 16bit 96khz output that kills the 24/96 of the 4222 evm and its hacked power supply.