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USB Audio Decoder LSI Series
AAC/WMA/MP3 +SD Memory Card
+CD-ROM+MP3 Record
BU94605AKV BU94607AKV BU94702AKV BU94705AKV
●Description
BU94605AKV BU94607AKV BU94702AKV
BU94705AKV are MP3 encoder + WAV/AAC/WMA/MP3
decoder IC which contains program download function
from external serial Flash ROM and contains USB host,
SD card I/F, CD-ROM I/F, audio DAC, system controller,
regulator for internal CORE power supply.
●Features
„ USB2.0 Full Speed host I/F function contained.
„ SD card I/F function contained.
2
„ I C format I/F function contained.
„ Protocol conversion from I2C to USB HID or from USB
2
HID to I C. *1
„ MP3 encode function contained. *2,*3,*10
„ MP3 decode function contained. *4
„ WMA decode function contained. *5
„ AAC decode function contained. *6,*7
„ WAV format file playing function contained. *7
„ Sample Rate Converter contained. *8
„ System Controller contained.
„ FAT analysis function contained.
„ CD-ROM I/F function and
CD-ROM decoder function contained.
„ Browsing function of File Names, Folder Names on
music playing contained.
„ ID3TAG and WMATAG and AACTAG Analysis.
„ Fast forward/backward playing function contained.
„ Resume function contained.
„ File data Reading/Writing function contained.
„ Program download function from external serial Flash
ROM contained.
„ Audio DAC and Sound Effect function contained.
„ Digital Audio Out function contained. *9
„ Regulator for internal CORE power supply contained.
●Applications
Audio products, etc
●Package
VQFP80
14.00mm x 14.00mm x 1.60mm
VQFP80
*1 BU94705AKV and BU94607AKV only.
*2 BU94705AKV and BU94702AKV only.
*3 Available for MPEG1, Layer3, support up to 2X
inputspeed.
*4 Available for MPEG1, 2 and 2.5, Layer 1, 2 and 3.
*5 Available for WMA9 standard and not available for DRM.
*6 Available for MPEG4 AAC-LC and not available for DRM.
*7 Not available for CD-ROM.
*8 Convert to 44.1 kHz.
2
*9 Available for I S, EIAJ, S/PDIF format.
*10 Writing speed to the memory (USB memory, SD memory
card) of the encoding data depends on the response speed
of the memory greatly. Examine the memory which a
connection is presumed fully, and limit the encoding format
specifications of the set because real time encoding can't
be realized when a writing response speed is slow.
●Line up
Part number
MP3 encoder
iPod
Package
BU94605AKV
Not
Supported
Not
supported
VQFP80
BU94607AKV
Not
Supported
Supported
VQFP80
BU94702AKV
Supported
Not
supported
VQFP80
BU94705AKV
Supported
Supported
VQFP80
Ordering part number
Reel of 1000
BU94605AKV-E2
Tray of 1000
BU94605AKV
Reel of 1000
BU94607AKV-E2
Tray of 1000
BU94607AKV
Reel of 1000
BU94702AKV-E2
Tray of 1000
BU94702AKV
Reel of 1000
BU94705AKV-E2
Tray of 1000
BU94705AKV
○Product structure:Silicon Monolithic integrated circuit ○Radiation resistance design is not arranged
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●Basic circuit application diagram
Figure 1. an example of connection circuit application
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●Difference of BU94605AKV BU94607AKV BU94702AKV BU94705AKV features
Item
BU94605AKV
Package
USB Host I/F
SD card I/F
iPod
MP3 encode
I2C command I/F
(Slave)
Change the Setting of
timeout and retry mode
in USB memory or SD
card mount operation
Audio line output
Digital audio output
Sample rate convertor
clock
BU94702AKV
VQFP80
Number of pins
Power supply
BU94607AKV
BU94705AKV
VQFP80
80pin
80pin
3.3V (inner 1.5V regulator )
USB Full speed(12Mbps),
USB mass storage class
SPI mode
3.3V (inner 1.5V regulator )
USB Full speed(12Mbps),
USB mass storage class
SPI mode
SD, SDHC, MMC, mini-SDcard
SD, SDHC, MC, mini-SDcard
Supported
Not supported *1
Supported
Not supported *1
Not supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
2
2
I S, EIAJ, SPDIF
I S, EIAJ, SPDIF
Supported (44.1kHz)
Supported (44.1kHz)
16.9344MHz
(*1)
16.9344MHz
(*1)
Playable MP3 files
*.mp3, *.mp2, *.mp1
*.mp3, *.mp2, *.mp1
Playable WMA files
*.asf, *.wma
*.asf, *.wma
Playable AAC files
*.m4a, *.3gp, *.mp4
*.m4a, *.3gp, *.mp4
Playable WAV files
*.wav
*.wav
Browsing function
Supported
Supported
File writing function
Supported
Supported
File reading function
Supported
Supported
Play List function
Supported
Supported
*1 for using of BU94607AKV and BU94705AKV, It is necessary to become a licensee of Apple Inc. regarding "Made for
iPod/iPhone/iPad License".
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●Block diagram
Figure 2. Block diagram
*1 BU94705AKV and BU94607AKV only.
*2 BU94705AKV and BU94702AKV only.
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AMUTE
DVSS
DAVDD
LDACO
VCDACO
RDACO
DAVSS
VDD_PLL
TEST_PLL2
XOUT_PLL
XIN_PLL
TEST_PLL1
VSS_PLL
VOREFI
REXTI
AVSSC
USB_DP
USB_DM
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
TEST11
59
58
MCLK
60
●Arrangement of Terminals
25
SD_DI
DVSS
77
24
SD_CLK
DVDD_M1
78
23
SD_DO
DVDDIO
79
22
SD_CON
TEST0
80
21
SD_WP
20
TMODE
TEST
SD_CS
76
19
26
18
DVSS
75
A1
27
TEST1
A0
TEST2
17
FL_CS
74
16
28
SCL
CLK12MO
73
SDA
29
TEST3
15
TEST4
14
TEST5
72
BUSY
30
MCHNG
TEST6
71
13
TEST14
SEL_USB
DVDDIO
TEST7
31
12
32
70
11
TEST13
IRPTO
DVDDIO
69
SEARCH
33
10
TEST8
68
9
34
DVDDIO
DVSS
SDATAO
BFULLO
TEST9
67
8
35
7
TEST10
66
BCKI
36
BCKO
SDATAI
65
6
LRCKO
5
DVSS
LRCKI
37
INREQI
DVDD_M2
64
4
38
SS_DO
3
SS_CLK
TEST16
ATEST1
63
SEL_SLAVE
39
2
AVDDC
62
TEST15
40
SS_DI
1
61
RESETX
SS_CS
Figure 3. Arrangement of Terminals
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●Description of Terminals
No
Pin Name
IO
Cir
IO
PU
1
RESETX
A
I
PU*3
2
TEST15
I
O
*2
3
TEST16
I
I/O
*2
4
SEL_SLAVE
B
I
-
Test mode terminal. Connect it to GND.
5
INREQI
B
I
-
Input data valid terminal *5
6
LRCKI
B
I
-
Digital Audio channel clock input terminal
7
BCKI
B
I
-
Digital Audio bit clock input terminal
8
SDATAI
B
I
-
Digital Audio channel data input terminal
9
BFULLO
B
O
-
Input buffer full flag output terminal *5
10
DVSS
-
-
-
GND terminal
11
IRPTO
B
O
-
Connection interrupt output terminal *5
12
SEARCH
B
O
-
Search flag output terminal *5
13
DVDDIO
-
-
-
IO power (VDD1) terminal
Function
H: Release RESET,
L: RESET
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
14
MCHNG
B
O
-
File play end flag output terminal *5
15
BUSY
B
O
-
Command analysis BUSY output temrinal *5
16
SCL
I
I
*2
I2C slave clock input terminal *5
17
SDA
I
I/O
*2
I2C slave data I/O terminal *5
18
A0
B
I
-
I2C slave address setting terminal
19
A1
B
I
-
I2C slave address setting terminal
20
TEST
B
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
21
SD_WP
B
I
PU*3
SD card I/F WP detection terminal
22
SD_CON
B
I
PU*3
SD card I/F connection detection terminal
23
SD_DO
B
I
-
SD card I/F data input terminal
24
SD_CLK
B
O
-
SD card I/F clock output terminal
SD card I/F data output terminal
25
SD_DI
B
O
-
26
SD_CS
B
O
-
SD card I/F chip select output terminal
27
DVSS
-
-
-
GND terminal
28
FL_CS
B
O
-
Serial Flash ROM chip select output terminal
29
CLK12MO
B
O
-
12MHz CLK Output.
30
TEST5
B
O
-
Test mode terminal. Use it as OPEN.
31
TEST6
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
32
TEST7
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
33
DVDDIO
-
-
-
IO power (VDD1) terminal
34
TEST8
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
35
TEST9
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
36
TEST10
B
O
-
Test mode terminal. (IPL ERROR status). Use it as OPEN.
37
DVSS
-
-
-
GND terminal.
38
DVDD_M2
-
-
-
CORE power (VDD2) monitor terminal Short-circuit to DVDD_M1.
Connect bypass capacitor.
39
ATEST1
-
O
-
USB test terminal (OPEN).
40
AVDDC
-
-
-
USB power (VDD1) terminal.
41
USB_DM
C
I/O
-
USB D-I/O terminal.
42
USB_DP
C
I/O
-
USB D+ I/O terminal.
43
AVSSC
-
-
-
USB GND terminal.
-
USB reference voltage output terminal Connect to AVSSC terminal
using USB bias resistor (12kΩ).
Please arrange the resistance of 12kΩ near PIN.
The wiring for the PIN side must not intersect with other signal
lines.
44
REXTI
D
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45
VOREFI
-
O
-
USB test terminal (OPEN).
46
VSS_PLL
-
-
-
PLL GND terminal.
47
TEST_PLL1
-
I
-
PLL test terminal. (OPEN)
48
XIN_PLL
E
I
-
X'tal (16.9344MHz) connection input terminal. *4
49
XOUT_PLL
E
O
-
X'tal (16.9344MHz) connection output terminal. *4
50
TEST_PLL2
-
I
-
PLL test terminal.
Pull it up at VDD1 power.
51
VDD_PLL
-
-
-
PLL power (VDD1) terminal.
52
DAVSS
-
-
-
Audio DAC GND terminal
53
RDACO
F
O
-
Audio DAC Rch line output terminal
54
VCDACO
J
O
-
Audio DAC reference voltage output terminal
55
LDACO
F
O
-
Audio DAC Lch line output terminal
56
DAVDD
-
-
-
Audio DAC power (VDD1) terminal
57
DVSS
-
-
-
GND terminal
58
AMUTE
G
O
-
Audio mute output (H: Mute OFF,
L: Mute ON) terminal
59
TEST11
B
O
-
Test mode terminal. Use it as OPEN.
60
TEST12
B
O
-
Master Clock output(16.9344MHz)
61
SS_CS
B
I
-
SIO Slave CS input terminal
62
SS_DI
B
I
-
SIO Slave DATA input terminal
63
SS_CLK
B
I
-
SIO Slave clock input terminal
64
SS_DO
B
O
-
SIO Slave DATA output terminal
65
LRCKO
B
O
-
Digital Audio channel clock output / SPDIF output
66
BCKO
B
O
-
Digital Audio bit clock output
67
SDARAO
B
O
-
Digital Audio data output
68
69
DVDDIO
TEST13
B
O
-
I/O power (VDD1) terminal
Test mode terminal Use it as OPEN.
70
TEST14
B
O
-
Test mode terminal Use it as OPEN.
71
SEL_USB
B
I
PU
*1*3
72
TEST4
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
73
TEST3
H
I
-
Test mode terminal (IPL WRITE MODE1). Pull it up at VDD1
power.
74
TEST2
H
I
-
Test mode terminal (IPL WRITE MODE2). Pull it up at VDD1
power.
Preference detection device select(H: USB, L: SD)
75
TEST1
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Pull it up at VDD1 power.
76
TMODE
H
I
-
Test mode terminal. Connect it to GND.
77
DVSS
-
-
-
GND terminal
78
DVDD_M1
-
-
-
CORE power (VDD2) monitor terminal. Connect it to bypass
capacitor.
79
DVDDIO
-
-
-
IO power (VDD1) terminal
80
TEST0
-
I
-
Test mode terminal. Connect it to GND.
*1 Pull-Up turns OFF when L is input.
*2 An external pull-up resistor is required because of Open Drain IO.
*3 please input L level directly without resistance when you input L to the terminal with Pull-Up (about 33 kΩ).
*4 Please confirm the optimal oscillation circuit parameters applicable to your systems or products with the oscillator manufacturer in advance.
*5 Please connect with the microcomputer terminal.
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●Terminal equivalent circuit diagram
A
DVDDIO
B
DVDDIO
DVDDIO
C
D
DVDDIO
D
P
AVDDC
AVDDC
D
M
DVSSIO
E
VDD_PLL
F
VDD_PLL
XIN
15KΩ
AVSSC
15KΩ
AVSSC
DVSSIO
G
DVDDIO
DAVDD
AVSSC
H
DVDDIO
XOUT
VSS_PLL
VSS_PLL
I
DVSSIO
DAVSS
DVSSIO
J
DVSSIO
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●Description of each block’s movement
-part1
1. USB host interface
⋅ Builds in the USB Full speed (12Mbps) HOST control function.
⋅ Supports the USB mass storage class.
⋅ Converts the protocol from I2C to USB (HID) or vice versa during communications with the master microcomputer. *1
⋅ Builds in isochronous transmission functions up to 192byte/Frame. *1
⋅ Builds in the interrupt IN transfer function. *1
⋅ Doesn’t support external HUB.
*1 These functions are available for a device having two or more configurations.
BU94607AKV and BU94705AKV only.
2. SD card interface
⋅ Supports the SPI mode.
⋅ Supports SDHC memory cards.
⋅ Supports MMC, mini-SD and micro-SD cards.
⋅ Does not support CPRM.
3. CD input interface
⋅ Supports digital audio 3-line inputs (I2S, EIAJ format). *2
⋅ Supports CD-ROM 3-line inputs (I2S, EIAJ format).
⋅ Supports the data connection function by comparison with data at the last time. *2
⋅ Encodes the input data in the MP3 or WAV format and writes encoded data to a USB or SD memory. *2
⋅ Builds in the CD-ROM decoder function.
*2 BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.
Real time recording can be realized only by the recording memory (USB memory /SD memory card) that a writing
response speed *) **) is fast. Even the recording memory that a response speed is early when it is written in in a
short time, a response sometimes becomes slow by long writing. Use the recording memory that it was fully verified
by the product specifications.
*) It is a response speed toward an order for mass storage writing in the USB "Full Speed" standard connection of the
USB memory. It doesn't influence a response speed in "High Speed" or "Ultra High Speed" and an average
transfer speed.
**) It is a response speed toward an order for mass storage writing in the SPI mode connection of the SD memory
card. It doesn't influence a response speed in the SD mode connection and a Class speed.
4. I2C command interface (Slave I/F)
⋅
⋅
⋅
⋅
⋅
2
Communicates with the master microcomputer using the I C interface format.
2
Operates as I C slave I/F.
Supports the standard mode (100kbps) and the fast mode (400kbps).
Supports 7-bit addresses.
Can select four types of slave addresses.
5. Serial interface (Slave I/F)
⋅ Supports the SPI mode.
⋅ Operates as SPI slave I/F.
⋅ Supports 8-, 16 and 32 bit/transfer data. An input clock supports to Max. =2MHz.
⋅ Supports to download data such as images within the memory to the microcomputer.
6. Audio output
⋅ Supports audio line outputs from built-in 1bit-DAC.
⋅ Builds in the digital soft mute function. *
⋅ Supports digital audio outputs of the I2S format, the EIAJ format and those and the digital audio interface (SPDIF).
⋅ Builds in sound effects including POPS, JAZZ, and ROCK, CLASSIC, R&B and BassBoost. *
*This is available for audio line outputs only.
7. Sample rate converter
⋅ Converts all support sample rates to 44.1 kHz based on the polyphase calculation.
8. System controller
⋅ Control all operations including interface control to the master microcomputer, USB device access, SD card access,
FAT analysis, sort function, decoding, encoding and audio output.
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9. FAT analysis
⋅ Supports FAT32, FAT16 and FAT12 file system.
⋅ Supports VFAT (long file name).
⋅ Supports multi-partition up to 1 partition.
⋅ Supports multi-drive up to 1 drive.
⋅ Supports playable folder hierarchies up to 16 hierarchies whose full path including the file name is within 260
characters.
⋅ Supports playable file extension of *.wav for WAV files.
⋅ Supports playable file extensions of *.m4a, *.3gp and *.mp4 for AAC files.
⋅ Supports playable file extensions of *.asf and *.wma for WMA files.
⋅ Supports playable file extensions of *.mp3, *.mp2 and*.mp1 for MP3 files. For *.mp2 and *.mp1, the function allows
you to select whether to play. Does not extinguish between upper case letters and lower case letters of file
extensions.
⋅ Up to 100 folders and 100 files can be sorted and played in the order of UNICODE when sorting functional effective.
⋅ Can obtain 5 file names ahead from current music file.
⋅ Can obtain a folder name or file name within 128 bytes.
⋅ Supports 512, 1024, 2048 and 4096 bytes per sector.
⋅ Playable file size up to 2G-1 byte. A file over 2Gbyte is recognized as a playable file, too. But, it is for 2Gbyte -1byte
that it can play.
⋅ Supports the device size up to FAT specification (2T byte).
10. Control from master microcomputer (little endian order)
⋅ Can control from the master microcomputer using the I2C interface. (This function is available in MODE2 only.)
⋅ Controllable using commands of play, pause, stop, tune skip, tune forward, folder move, device change, volume
setting, repeat change, random play, digital audio output setting, sound effect setting and direct tune selection and
etc.
⋅ Can read information on internal status during play or stop, folder number, file number within the folder, play time, total
number of folders, total number of files, name of folder being played, name of file being played and TAG (title, artist,
album, genre), and etc.
11. MP3 encoder (*3 BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.)
⋅ Supports MP3 format encode (MPEG1 Layer3).
⋅ Decoding operation cannot be performed during encoding operation.
⋅ Supports sample rate of 32 k, 44.1 k and 48 kHz.
⋅ Can select encoding bit rate from 32 kbps, 64 kbps, 128 kbps, 192 kbps, 256 kbps and 320 kbps (CBR).
⋅ Supports the writing of the encoded file to USB or SD card.
12. MP3 decoder
⋅ Supports MPEG audio 1, 2 and 2.5.
⋅ Supports Layer1, 2 and 3.
⋅ Supports sample rate of 8 k, 16 k, 32 k, 11.025 k, 22.05 k, 44.1 k, 12 k, 24 k and 48 kHz.
⋅ Supports bit rate of 8 to 320 kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate). *Excluding the free format
⋅ Supports ID3TAG V1.0, V1. 1, V2.2, V2.3 and V2.4.
(Up to 128 bytes can obtain for album, artist, title and genre, respectively.)
13. WMA decoder
⋅
⋅
⋅
⋅
⋅
Supports Windows Media Audio 9 standard.
Not supports DRM files.
Supports sample rate of 8 k, 16 k, 32 k, 11.025 k, 22.05 k, 44.1 k and 48 kHz.
Supports bit rate of 5 to 384 kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
Supports WMA-TAG.
(Up to 128 bytes can obtain for album, artist, title and genre, respectively.)
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14. AAC decoder
⋅ Supports MPEG4 AAC-LC (Audio stream).
⋅ Based on 3GPP TS 26.244 and iTunes.
⋅ Supports File Type of m4a, mp42 and 3gpX. (X stands for any numeric value.)
⋅ Not supports DRM files. Not supports CD-ROM playing.
⋅ Supports sample rate of 8 k, 16 k, 32 k, 11.025 k, 22.05 k, 44.1 k, 12 k, 24 k and 48 kHz.
⋅ Supports bit rate of 8 to 320kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
⋅ Supports AACTAG (iTunes Meta-data and 3GP Meta-data).
(Up to 128 bytes can obtain for album, artist, title and genre, respectively.)
*For files other than those encoded by iTunes, sound interruption may occur when skipping or forwarding to the next
tune if streams such as gaps and video data are contained in the file.
15. WAV play
⋅ Supports WAV format.
⋅ Supports sample rate of 8 k, 16 k, 32 k, 11.025 k, 22.05 k, 44.1 k, 12 k, 24 k and 48 kHz.
⋅ Supports 16-bit PCM data.
⋅ Not supports CD-ROM playing.
⋅ Supports RIFF TAG.
(Up to 128 bytes can obtain for album, artist, title and genre, respectively.)
16. Browsing and direct tune selection
⋅ Can analyzes and read other file name in memory while playing the current music.
⋅ Up to 64 bytes can obtain for file name, folder name respectively.
⋅ Supports direct music selection using the analysis data.
17. Repeat and random play
⋅ Supports repeat within the memory, repeat within folder and repeat with single tune.
⋅ Supports random play within the area of ±128 files.
⋅ Can select auto-play of next music or stop playing at the end of current music playing.
18. Play according to play list
⋅ Supports play in the order given in the specified play list within the specified folder.
⋅ Supports extensions of *.m3u and *.pls.
⋅ Supports play lists described in full path of ASCII or SHIFT-JIS.
19. CD-ROM Decoder
⋅ Supports CD-ROM Mode1, Mode2 form1, and Mode2 form2 format.
⋅ Supports CD-ROM ECC and CD-ROM EDC function.
⋅ Supports ISO9660 level 1 and level 2 file systems.
⋅ Supports Remeo and Joliet extension.
⋅ Supports playable folder hierarchies up to 8 hierarchies.
⋅ Supports playable file extension of *. asf, wma for WMA files, mp3, mp2, mp1 for MP3 files.
⋅ Output the interruption signal and status of the required LBN for seeking operation.
⋅ Build in the input data buffer of about 100 kByte. (include file system analysis data)
⋅ Up to 48bytes can obtain for file name, folder name respectively.
20. Read/Write from/to files within memory
⋅ Can read the data from specified file stored in the specified folder within the memory.
⋅ Can write the data to specified file in the specified folder within the memory.
21. IPL (Initial Program Download)
⋅ Communicates with a serial FLASH ROM using a SD interface (SPI master I/F).
⋅ Downloads the program data to the internal Program RAM at power ON.
⋅ Serial FLASH ROM supports to 8 bit-Command, 24 bit-ADDRESS, and clock MIN=15MHz by minimum size 2Mbit.
⋅ In the IPL write mode, writes the specified data in USB or SD memory to a serial FLASH ROM.
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●Absolute maximum ratings
Parameter
(Ta = 25℃)
Symbol
Limits
Unit
Supply voltage(Analog, I/O)
VDD1MAX
-0.3 to 4.5
V
Input voltage
Storage temperature range
VIN
TSTG
-0.3 to VDD1 + 0.3
-55 to 125
V
〬C
Operating temperature range
TOPR
-40 to 85
〬C
PD1
900
Power dissipation *1
Comment
DVDDIO, VDD_PLL,
DAVDD, AVDDC
mW
*1:In the case of use at Ta=25℃ or more, 9mW should be reduced per 1℃.
Radiation resistance design is not arranged.
●Operating conditions (Ta = 25℃)
Parameter
Symbol
Supply voltage(Analog, I/O)
VDD1
Limits
Unit
3.0 to 3.6
V
Comment
DVDDIO, VDD_PLL,
DAVDD, AVDDC
●Electrical characteristics
(Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, DVSS=AVSSC=VSS_PLL=DAVSS=0V, XIN_PLL=16.9344MHz)
Limits
Parameter
Symbol
Unit Condition
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
<Total >
Circuit current
IDD1USB
51.0
75.0
mA
*1 When USB memory is played.
(VDD1 USB1)
1
Circuit current (VDD1 SD1)
IDD1SD1
26.0
45.0
mA
*1 When SD card is played.
<Digital block>
-
H-Level input voltage
VIH
VDD1*0.7
VDD1
V
*2
L-Level input voltage
VIL
DVSS
-
VDD1*0.3
V
*2
H-Level output voltage1
VOH1
VDD1-0.4
-
VDD1
V
IOH=-1.6mA, *3
-
L-Level output voltage1
VOL1
0
0.4
V
IOL=1.6mA. *3
L-Level output voltage2
VOL2
0
-
0.4
V
IOL=3.6mA, *4
H-Level output voltage3
VOH3
VDD1-0.4
-
VDD1
V
IOH=-0.6mA, *5
-
L-Level output voltage3
VOL3
0
0.4
V
IOL=0.6mA, *5
H-Level output voltage4
VOH4
VDD1-1.0
-
VDD1
V
IOH=-1.6mA, *6
L-Level output voltage4
VOL4
0
-
1.0
V
IOL=1.6mA, *6
<USB-HOST >
H-Level input voltage
VIHUSB VDD1*0.6
-
VDD1
V
*7
L-Level input voltage
VILUSB
AVSSC
-
VDD1*0.3
V
*7
Output impedance(H)
ZOH
22.0
45.0
60.0
Ω
*7
Output impedance(L)
ZOL
22.0
45.0
60.0
Ω
*7
H-Level output voltage
VOHUSB VDD1-0.5
-
VDD1
V
*7
L-Level output voltage
VOLUSB
0
-
0.3
V
*7
Rise/Fall time
Tr/Tf
-
11
-
ns
*7, Output capacity 50pF
Voltage of crossing point
VCRS
-
VDD1/2
-
V
*7, Output capacity 50pF
Range of differential input
VDIFF
0.8
-
2.5
V
*7
Differential input sensitivity
VSENS
0.2
-
-
V
*7
Pull-down resistance
RPD
14.25
20.0
24.8
kΩ
*7
<Audio DAC>
Distortion rate
THD
-
0.005
0.05
%
1kHz, 0dB, sine, *8
Dynamic range
DR
-
90
-
dB
1kHz, -60dB, sine, *8
S/N ratio
S/N
66
96
-
dB
1kHz, 0dB, A-weighted, *8
Max output level
VSMAX
0.60
0.75
-
Vrms 1kHz, 0dB, sine, *8
*1 3.3V system I/O, Analog Power supply (VDD1), 1kHz, 0dB, sine-wave playing
*2 1, 3, 4-9, 14-23, 29, 31-32, 34-35, 61-63, 71-76 pin
*3 9, 11-12, 14-15, 18-20, 30, 36, 58-60, 61-67, 69-70 pin
*4 2, 3, 17 pin
*5 24-26, 28, 29 pin
*6 49 pin
*7 41, 42 pin
*8 53, 55 pin output no-load
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●Application Information
1. Clock and Reset
Clock
Clock name
I/O
XIN_PLL
I
XOUT_PLL
O
Reset
Signal name
RESETX
I/O
I
Function
X'tal (16.9344MHz) connection input terminal
X'tal (16.9344MHz) connection terminal
Function
Function
System reset input terminal
Remarks
Please release the reset signal continue L input for more than 100 us after clock input from the oscillation I/O terminal
becomes stable. (See Figure 4)
W a itin g tim e fo r
o s c illa tio n s ta b iliz a tio n
f c lk
Pow er
s u p p ly
X IN _ P L L
RESETX
tR S T X
Figure 4. Reset Timing
Table 1. Timing
Item
Symbol
min
Rating
typ
max
Unit
Clock frequency
fCLK
16.9302
16.9344
16.9386
MHz
Reset L interval
tRSTX
100
-
-
us
2. USB I/F
USB I/O interface
Signal name
I/O
USB_DP
I/O
USB_DM
I/O
Function
USB D+ I/O terminal
USB D- I/O terminal
REXTI
USB bias resistor connection terminal
O
Remarks
Remarks
Connect a resistor of 12 kΩ±1%
to GND.
This interface communicates with the USB device using USB_DP and USB_DM differential signals.
REXTI terminal is used to connect to the bias resistor in the USB-PHY block.
Builds in the USB Full speed (12Mbps) HOST control function.
Supports the USB mass storage class.
Doesn’t support external HUB.
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3. SD I/F
SD memory card SPI interface
Signal name
I/O
Function
FL_CS
O
Serial flash ROM chip select
SD_CS
O
SD chip select
SD_CLK
O
SPI clock
SD_DI
O
SPI data input
SD_DO
I
SPI data output
Remarks
SD_CON
I
SD card connect detection terminal
SD_WP
I
SD card write-protect detection terminal
H: Do not detect SD card connect,
L: Detect SD card connect
H: SD write-protect valid,
L: SD write-protect invalid
This interface connects to the SD memory card slot to communicate with the SD memory device.
Supports the SPI mode.
Supports SD, SDHC memory cards and MMC, mini-SD and micro-SD cards.
Does not support CPRM.
Since the SD memory card slot needs to detect the insertion status of the SD memory device and the write-protect status,
be sure to use the slot having the SD memory card insertion status detection terminal and the WP terminal and connect it
to the terminals. The SD_CON terminal is pulled up within the device and detects “SD card connect” when L is input.
The SD_WP terminal is pulled up within the device and detects “SD card no-write-protect” when L is input.
SD I/F is also used as an external serial flash ROM I/F.
3.1 Timing
Table 2. Timing
(Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, Load=20pF, 10kΩ)
Item
Symbol
min
Rating
typ
Unit
max
SD_CS Setup time
Tcss
-
5
-
us
SD_CS Hold time
Tcsh
-
15
-
us
SD_CLK Clock Frequency
Tclk
-
13.5
-
MHz
SD_DI Output delay
Tod
-20
-
20
ns
SD_DO Data in Setup time
Tds
18
-
-
ns
SD_DO Data in Hold time
Tdh
5
-
-
ns
Output High Voltage
Voh
0.625*VDD1
-
-
V
Output Low Voltage
Vol
-
-
0.25*VDD1
V
Remarks
Figure 5. SPI I/F Timing
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4. Audio line output
Audio line output
Signal name
I/O
LDACO
O
RDACO
O
Function
Lch audio line output
Rch audio line output
Function
Supports Audio line outputs from built-in 1bit-DAC.
Builds in the digital soft mute function.
Builds in sound effects including POPS, JAZZ, ROCK, CLASSIC, R&B and BassBoost.
It turns ON when line output is selected by a command.
The data of the sample rate 48 kHz and 32 kHz is converted into 44.1 kHz and output.
4.1 Volume
Figure 6 shows the relationship between audio outputs and volume steps.
The initial value is step=6=–24.1dB at power ON.
Audio output(dB)
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
Figure 6. Volume Step Function
4.2 Equalizers
You can select audio line output from 5 types of equalizers and 2 types of bus boosts, using commands. You can use a
combination of an equalizer and bus boost 1.
Even when line output is not selected, the equalizer setting is valid. However, for digital output, the equalizer cannot
change the sound quality.
Clipping may occur by the combination of volume and equalizer setting.
Figures 7 to 12 show frequency characteristics of each filter.
POPS
20
15
POPS(0x52, 0x01)
POPS+BassBoost1(0x52, 0x09)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 7. POPS Frequency Characteristics
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JAZZ
20
15
JAZZ(0x52, 0x02)
JAZZ+BassBoost1(0x52, 0x0A)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 8. JAZZ Frequency Characteristics
Rock
20
15
ROCK(0x52, 0x03)
ROCK+BassBoost1(0x52, 0x0B)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 9. ROCK Frequency Characteristics
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Classic
20
15
CLASSIC(0x52, 0x04)
CLASSIC+BassBoost1(0x52, 0x0C)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 10. CLASSIC Frequency Characteristics
R&B
20
15
R&B(0x52, 0x05)
R&B+BassBoost1(0x52, 0x0D)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 11. R&B
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BassBoost
20
15
BassBoost1(0x52, 0x08)
BassBoost2(0x52, 0x0F)
Mag.(dB)
10
5
0
-5
-10
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Freq.(Hz)
Figure 12. Bass Boost
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5. MUTE control output
Audio MUTE
Signal name
I/O
AMUTE
O
Function
Audio mute control terminal
Remarks
H: At audio output , L: At mute
It outputs H at audio output and L at mute.
It is possible to use it as a flag to do the mute with the amplifier etc. of latter part at no sounds such as power supplies
ON and FF and FB.
Figure 13 shows the operation waveforms.
Figure 13. Waveform at Audio Mute
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6. Digital Audio output
Three-line serial Digital audio interface
Signal name
I/O
Function
LRCKO
O
LR clock output (fs=44.1kHz)
BCKO
O
Bit clock output
DATAO
O
Data output
Remarks
This is a Digital audio output interface terminal. It becomes enabled by using the appropriate command.
The output format can be selected from the EIAJ format or I2S format of 32fs, 48fs or 64fs.
The data of the sample rate 48 kHz and 32 kHz is converted into 44.1 kHz and output.
6.1 Output Format
Figures 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 show the output formats.
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(32fs)
1
DATA
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15
2
Figure 14. I S Output Timing (32fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(48fs)
15 14 13 12 11 10
DATA
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15 14
Figure 15. I2S Output Timing (48fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(64fs)
DATA
15 14 13 12 11 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15 14 13 12
Figure 16. I2S Output Timing (64fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(32fs)
0
DATA
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15
14
Figure 17. EIAJ Output Timing (32fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(48fs)
1
DATA
0
15 14 13 12 11 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Figure 18. EIAJ Output Timing (48fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(64fs)
DATA
2
1
0
15 14 13 12 11 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Figure 19. EIAJ Output Timing (64fs)
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6.2 Timing
Table 3. Timing
2
48fs I S format (Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, Load=20pF )
Rating
Item
Symbol
min
typ
max
Unit
BCK Clock Frequency
Tbck
-
472.4
-
ns
BCK Low time
Tbck1
216
236
-
ns
BCK High time
Tbck2
216
236
-
ns
kHz
LRCK Clock Frequency
Tlrck
-
44.1
-
LRCK Output delay
Tlrck1
-20
0
20
ns
DATA Output delay
Tda1
-20
0
20
ns
Output High Voltage
Toh
VDD1-0.4
-
-
V
Output Low Voltage
Vol
-
-
0.4
V
LRCK
Remarks
Left Channel
Vol
Tlrck1
Tbck1
Tbck2
Voh
BCK
Vol
Vol
Tda1
DATA
MSB
Figure 20. Output Timing
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7. SPDIF output
SPDIF interface
Signal Name
SPDIF
I/O
O
Function
Remarks
SPDIF output
SPDIF output become enabled by setting it using the appropriate command.
The data of the sample rate 48 kHz and 32 kHz is converted into 44.1 kHz and output.
7.1 Format
Figure 21. shows the SPDIF signal output format.
0
34
11 12
Synchronous
preamble
Source code
all 0
27 28 29 30 31
Audio data(16bit)
LSB
MSB V
U
C
P
(B pattern)
Synchronous
preamble
(M pattern)
(W pattern)
Source code(4-31)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
Synchronous
preamble
SPDIF output
Figure 21. SPDIF Output Format
One sub frame of SPDIF consists of synchronous preambles, 16-bit audio data, V bit (validity flag), U bit (user data), C
bit (channel status) and P bit (parity bit).
Output rate is fixed to 1X speed (44.1 kHz).
SPDIF outputs synchronous preambles (source code 0-3) as they are, and other elements (source code 4-31) as the
biphase output. While the operation stops, L output is enabled.
Synchronous preambles and C bit use 32 frames (≈4.4 ms) for one cycle. The data formats are shown in Table 4 and
Table 5 V bit is fixed to L. U bit uses 98 frames (≈13.3 ms) for one cycle.
L0
R0
Table 4. Synchronous Preamble Pattern
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
0
B
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
1
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
31
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
M
W
L0
R0
L1
R1
Table 5. C Bit Format
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
0
0
0
Copy
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Lbit
0
0
1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Table 6. U Bit Format
L2
R2
L3
R3
L0
R0
L1
R1
L4
R4
L5
R5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
97
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
P bit is set to 1 if the number of “1” contained in source codes 4-30 is odd, and set to 0 if the number is even.
Therefore, the number of source codes to be set to 1 for one data must be even, SPDIF ends with L output, and
preamble output always starts in the same direction.
7.2 Timing
,
Table 7. Timing
(Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, Load=20pF )
Item
Symbol
min
Rating
typ
max
Unit
SPDIF Clock Frequency
Tck
-
2.822
-
MHz
SPDIF Clock High time
Tck1
157
177
-
ns
SPDIF Clock Low time
Tck2
157
177
-
ns
Output High Voltage
Voh
VDD1-0.4
-
-
V
Output Low Voltage
Vol
-
-
0.4
V
Remarks
Figure 22. SPDIF Output Timing
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8. I2C command interface
Slave I2C serial interface
Signal name
I/O
SCL
I
SDA
I/O
A0
I
A1
I
Function
I2C interface clock input
I2C interface data I/O
Slave address selection terminal
Slave address selection terminal
Remarks
External pull-up resistor is required.
External pull-up resistor is required.
Slave address [0] bit setting terminal
Slave address [1] bit setting terminal
This is an I2C serial interface terminal to communicate with the microcomputer (master).
It supports slave I2C operations.
Supports the standard mode (100kbps) and the fast mode (400kbps).
Supports 7-bit addresses.
8.1 I2C protocol
When the I2C bus is in the IDLE state, SDA and SCL are set to H by the external Pull-up resistor.
To start communications, the master sets SDA to L while SCL set to H (Start condition). To finish communications, the
master sets SDA to H while SCL set to H (Stop condition). During transfer, the master changes SDA only while SCL is L.
Figure 23 shows Start condition, Stop condition of I2C.
Figure 23. I2C Start and Stop Conditions
8.2 Slave address
2
I C bus slave addresses support the 7-bit addressing mode. By inputting to terminals A0 and A1, the bus slave address
can be selected as shown in Table 8. Figure 24 shows the slave address transfer format.
S
A6
A5
A4
Start
condition
A3
A2
A1
A0
R/W
ACK
sent by
slave
Slave Address
R / W = Read / Write Pulse
ACK = Acknowledge
Figure 24. Slave Address Transfer Format
Table 8. Settable Slave Addresses
MSB
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
terminal
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
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8.3 Protocol to write from the master
When sending commands from the master using the I2C bus, be sure to conform to the transfer protocol shown in
Figure 25 after BUSY PIN confirms the state of L, for details on each command, see Chapter 26.
S
Slave Address
R/W
A
Data(8bit)
A
Data(8bit)
A
Data(8bit)
A/A
P
"0"(write)
From Master to Slave
A = Acknowledge(SDA low)
A = No Acknowledge(SDA high)
S = Start Condition
P = Stop condition
From Slave to Master
Figure 25. Command Send Protocol
8.4 Protocol to read to the master
When sending the received data from the slave to the master using the I2C bus, be sure to conform to the transfer
protocol shown in Figure 26. First, transfer the status read command (step1). Then, input SCL clock of required bytes
in step2 to read the status after BUSY PIN confirms the state of L.
When BUSY PIN is H, correct data is not transmitted.
The first byte of the transferred data (step2) outputs the status shown in Table 9. Data is output from the second byte.
Figure 27 shows the relationship between the transferred data and BUSY.
* For details on BUSY, see Chapter 9.
Table 9. BUSY Byte Structure
bit
STATUS
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PRECOM
IRPTO
SEARCH
MCHNG
BUSY
Step1
S
Slave Address
R/W
A
Data(8bit)
A
A
BUSY(8bit)
A
Data(8bit)
A/A
P
"0"(write)
Step2
S
Slave Address
R/W
Data(8bit)
A
Data(8bit)
A
P
"1"(read)
From Master to Slave
A = Acknowledge(SDA low)
A = No Acknowledge(SDA high)
From Slave to Master
S = Start Condition
P = Stop condition
Figure 26. Status Reception Protocol
Figure 27. Relationship between Transferred Data and BUSY
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8.5 I2C Bus line timing
Table 10. Timing
SDA and SCL bus-line characteristic (Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V)
Rating
Item
Symbol
min
typ
max
Unit
SDA, SCL H input voltage
VIH
VDD1*0.7
-
VDD1
V
SDA, SCL L input voltage
VIL
DVSS
-
VDD1*0.3
V
SDA H output voltage
VOH
VDD1-0.4
-
VDD1
V
SDA L output voltage
VOL
0
-
0.4
V
SCL clock frequency
fSCL
0
-
400
kHz
tBUF
1.3
-
-
us
tHD;DAT
0.6
-
-
us
tLOW
1.3
-
-
us
tHIGH
0.6
-
-
us
Data-hold-time
tHD;DAT
0*
-
-
us
Date-setup-time
tSU;DAT
100
-
-
ns
tR
20+0.1*Cb
-
300
ns
tF
20+0.1*Cb
-
300
ns
tSU;STO
0.6
-
-
us
Cb
-
-
400
pF
Bus-free-time between "Stop"
Remarks
condition and "Start" condition
Hold time for "Start" condition
After this, the first clock pulse is
generated.
LOW status hold-time of
SCL clock
HIGH status hold-time of
SCL clock
Rising time of SDA and
SCL signal
Fall time of SDA and SCL signal
Setup time of "Stop" condition
Capacitive load of each bus-line
The above-mentioned numerical values are all the values corresponding to VIH min and VIL max level.
*To exceed an undefined area on falling edged of SCL, transmission device should internally offer the hold-time of
300ns or more for SDA signal (VIH min of SCL signal).
Because the "Repeated Start" condition to send "Start" condition without sending "Stop" condition doesn't correspond,
after sending "Start" condition, always send "Stop" condition.
Neither terminal SCL nor terminal SDA correspond to 5V tolerant.
SDA
tBUF
tF
tLOW
tR
SCL
tHD;STA
P
tHD;DAT
tHIGH
tSU;DAT
S
tSU;STO
P
Figure 28. I2C Bus line timing
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9. Interrupt terminal to microcomputer
9.1 BUSY
BUSY status detection output
Signal name
I/O
Function
BUSY
O
BUSY status detection output signal
Remarks
H: Busy, L: Not Busy
This is output to indicate that the LSI is in the BUSY status.
A BUSY signal outputs H until analyzing a command from the master and starting the command operation.
This LSI ignores command input during BUSY. Please connect it with the PIO port of the microcomputer.
9.2 MCHNG
Tune number change detection output
Signal name
I/O
MCHNG
O
Function
Tune number change detection output signal
Remarks
H: During playing,
L: At the end or stop of tune
This signal outputs the information which tells that the file within the memory is being played or the file to be played is
changed.
Precisely, the signal outputs H during the internal decode sequence operation, and L at stop of the operation.
Please connect it with the interrupt port of the microcomputer.
9.3 SEARCH
SEARCH status detection output
Signal name
I/O
Function
SEARCH
O
SEARCH status detection output signal
Remarks
H: SEARCH, L: Not SEARCH
This is output to indicate that the LSI is in the SEARCH status.
A SEARCH signal becomes H at the time of memory mount, file search, TAG analysis and TOC analysis.
The LSI ignores command input during SEARCH.
However, it can accept only ABORT, STOP and status read commands even during SEARCH and can execute them
command.
Please connect it with the PIO port of the microcomputer.
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9.4 IRPTO
Interrupt output to microcomputer
Signal name
I/O
Function
IRPTO
O
Interrupt output to microcomputer
Remarks
H: Interrupt, L: Not Interrupt
This is output to indicate that the LSI is now requiring interruption to the microcomputer.
Change from L to H shows that an interruption has occurred.
The contents of interruption change with the states where it is operating mode. The contents are shown below.
Please connect it with the interrupt port of the microcomputer.
Table 11. Interruption
State
Interruption
Contents
An interrupt occurs
communication error.
PLAYER MODE
when
memory connection
error
or
ERROR
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by extraction and
insertion of a memory.
FILE RW MODE
File read
An interrupt occurs when a specification file is searched and
read-out is ready.
FRDREADY
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by data are read (block
unit).
An interrupt occurs when read-in is ready with memory.
FILE RW MODE
File write
FWRREADY
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by data are write (block
unit).
An interrupt occurs
communication error.
PLAY LIST MODE
when
memory connection
error
or
ERROR
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by extraction and
insertion of a memory.
An interrupt occurs when encoding is completed and a file is
CLOSE(ed).
CD-DA MODE
ENCEND
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by file OPEN is carried
out.
An interrupt occurs when requiring necessary data (LBN).
CD-ROM MODE
SEEK
IPL WRITE MODE
IPLMODEEND
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by required data are
inputted.
An interrupt occurs when FLASH ROM rewriting end.
Clear conditions; interruption is cleared by reset.
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10. CD INPUT interface
Three-line Digital audio input interface
Signal name
I/O
Function
LR clock input
LRCKI
I
BIT clock input
BCKI
I
Data input
SDATAI
I
Input data valid
INREQI
I
Internal buffer FULL output
BFULLO
O
Remarks
H: Input data valid, L: Input data invalid
H: Internal buffer FULL, L: Not FULL
This is a three-line Digital audio input interface terminal from a CD.
The data input from the interface is encoded in the MP3 or WAV format and written to the memory.
* BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.
Input LRCK speed supports 2X max.
Builds in the CD-ROM decoder function.
10.1 Input format
2
You can select the input format from the EIAJ format and I S format of 16 bits.
You can select the BIT clock from 32fs, 48fs and 64fs.
You can select the input sample frequency from 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
Tlrck1
Tlrck2
Left Channel
LRCK
Tbck1 Tbck2
Right Channel
Tbck
BCK(48fs)
Tda2
Tda1
15 14 13 12 11 10
DATA
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15 14
Tinreqi1
INREQI
2
Figure 29. I S Input format (48fs)
LRCK
Left Channel
Right Channel
BCK(48fs)
DATA
1
0
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Figure 30. EIAJ Input format (48fs)
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10.2 Timing
Load=20pF
Table 12. Timing
(Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, Load=20pF)
Rating
Item
Symbol
min
typ
Unit
max
BCKI Low time
Tbck1
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
BCKI High time
Tbck2
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
LRCKI Setup time
Tlrck1
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
LRCKI Hold time
Tlrck2
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
SDATAI Setup time
Tda1
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
SDATAI Hold time
Tda2
41
Tbck/2
-
ns
INREQI Setup time
Tinreqi1
200
-
-
ns
Input High Voltage
Vih
VDD1*0.7
-
-
V
Input Low Voltage
Vil
-
-
VDD1*0.3
V
Tlrck1
Remarks
Tlrck2
Left Channel
LRCKI
Vil
Vil
Tbck1
BCKI
Tbck2
Vih
Vih
Vih
Vil
Tda1
DATAI
Tda2
MSB
Tinreqi1
Vih
INREQI
Figure 31. CD I/F Timing
10.3 INREQI
INREQI inputs H from the microcomputer when the input data is valid.
When INREQI=H and BFULLO=L, the IC fetches the input data to the internal buffer.
10.4 BFULLO
BFULLO outputs H when the internal buffer becomes FULL.
When INREQI=L and it is possible to become empty in an internal buffer, BFULLO outputs L.
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11. Serial interface
Slave SPI serial interface
Signal name
I/O
Function
I
Slave SPI chip select input
SS_CS
I
Slave SPI clock input
SS_CLK
I
Slave SPI data input
SS_DI
O
Slave SPI data output
SS_DO
Remarks
This is a slave serial SPI interface terminal.
It supports the SPI format (MODE0, 1, 2 and 3).
You can select the data width from 8, 16 and 32 bit.
An input clock is 2MHz at the maximum.
The interface is available to read and write the specific file data from/to the memory.
11.1 Format
It supports the SPI format (MODE0, 1, 2 and 3).
Figure 32. SPI MODE0 Serial format
Figure 33. SPI MODE1 Serial Timing
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11.2 Timing
Table 13. Timing
(Unless specified, Ta=25℃, VDD1=3.3V, Load=20pF)
Rating
Item
Symbol
min
typ
Unit
max
SS_CLK Low time
Tclk1
250
-
-
ns
SS_CLK High time
Tclk2
250
-
-
ns
pulse width controlled
-
-
-
100
ns
SS_CS Setup time
Tcs1
500
-
-
ns
SS_CS Hold time
Tcs2
250
-
-
ns
SS_CS High time
Tcsh
0
-
-
ns
SS_DI Setup time
Tdi1
100
-
-
ns
SS_DI Hold time
Tdi2
100
-
-
ns
SS_DO Output delay
Tdo1
-
150
-
ns
SS_DO Output delay
ns
Tdo2
-
150
-
Input High Voltage
Vih
VDD1*0.7
-
-
V
Input Low Voltage
Vil
-
-
VDD1*0.3
V
Remarks
Figure 34. SPI Timing (MODE0 format)
12. SEL_USB
Preference device detection selection signal
Signal name
I/O
Function
I
Preference device detection selection signal
SEL_USB
Remarks
H: USB, L: SD
The signal selects which device should be detected with the highest priority at power ON.
When SEL_USB=H, the microcomputer detects the preference device from USB. When SEL_USB=L, it detects the
preference device from SD.
SEL_USB is set only at power ON only. Note that selection change will be ignored after power ON.
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13. System Operation MODE
The LSI starts operation by setting up System Operation MODE after download of the program by IPL after a power
supply and reset release.
Possible operation changes with each modes of operation.
Only the one mode can set up mode of operation with a command.
The mode which is simultaneously different cannot be set up.
A microcomputer sets up the change in System Operation MODE with a command.
It must change via the CONFIG mode when you change the operation mode.
The settlement of the following command is to do a re-setup because it is returned in the initial value when it passes
through the CONFIG mode.
REPEAT, RANDOM, SET_EQ, SET_NEXT, SET_REPRAND, SET_TAG, SET_PRM
Command CHG_SYSTEM_MODE
N
MODE
Table 14. System Operation MODE
Explanation
0x00
CONFIG
It is in the state which changes after a power supply and download of the program
by IPL.
It is the mode which performs initial setting of a system.
Please change to the mode of other operation after setting up with an
initial-setting command.
In this mode, even if it detects insertion of a memory, mount of a memory is not
performed.
The mount of a memory carried out behind each mode changes.
0x01
PLAYER
It is the mode which performs decoding play of the file in a memory.
File browsing (structural analysis in a memory) can be performed.
0x02
FILE RW
It is the mode which Reading/Writing can perform about the specific file in a
memory.
A specific file can be deleted.
File browsing (structural analysis in a memory) can be performed.
0x03
PLAY LIST
0x04
CD-DA
0x05
CD-ROM
0x07
IPL WRITE
It is the mode which plays according to the specific playlist file in a memory.
It is the mode which encodes the input from CD-DA to MP3 (WAV) file, and writes
it in a memory.
*BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.
It is the mode which analyzes and play(decoding) the input from CD-ROM.
It is the mode which uploads to outside serial Flash ROM from the specific data in
a memory.
A data file is offered from ROHM.
The reset to the LSI is required for after data rewriting.
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14. File search
14.1 Function
⋅ The file search function supports file system of FAT32, FAT16 and FAT12. (NTFS is not supported.)
⋅ The number of maximum playable files per folder.
Table 15. Maximum Playable Files per Folder
FAT12
FAT16
FAT32
Root folder
Sub folder
512
512
65535
65534
65534
65534
The number of files described above includes folders and files other than playable files (WAV/AAC/WMA/MP3). Thus, if
non-playable files or folders contain in the above folders and the number of total files exceeds the maximum limit, all
the playable files may not be played.
⋅ Less than 100 files in the order of FAT within each folder are sorted according to UNICODE. More than 100 files, if
any, will be sorted in the FAT order. The same rule is applied when sorting sub-folders. More than 100 sub-folders, if
any, will be sorted in the FAT order. A sorting function can be selected valid or invalid with a command.
⋅ The folder hierarchies up to 16 hierarchies whose full path including the file name is within 260 characters can be
searched.
⋅ Supports the device size up to FAT specification (2T byte).
⋅ Supports 512, 1024, 2048 and 4096 bytes per sector.
14.2 Playable file
The playable file extension is *.WAV for the WAV file, *.M4A, *.3GP and *.MP4 for the AAC file, *.ASF and *.WMA for
the WMA file, and *.MP3, *.MP2 and *.MP1 for the MP3 file. (There is no distinction between upper case letters and
lower case letters.) Note that the file operation differs in the following cases
⋅ SET_MP3 : For details, see SET_MP3 command.
⋅ Attribute : Files with hidden attributes are also playable. Files with system attributes cannot be played.
⋅ File name : The file name, including its size, does not depend on playability.
⋅ File size : A file with file size "0" is not recognized as a playable file. Playable file size up to 2G-1 byte. A file over
2Gbyte is recognized as a playable file, too. But, it is for 2Gbyte -1byte that it can play.
14.3 File playing sequence
The file playing sequence depends on the following rules when sort function valid. See Figure 35.
[1] Files of 1 to 100, in the order written to FAT (FAT order) in each folder, are sorted in the order of UNICODE.
Files more than 100 are played in the FAT order. The same rule is applied when sorting sub-folders.
MP3 files are sorted for MP3 which conforms to SEL_MP3. All the folders including null ones and those to which
no playable file is written are sorted. If over 100 playable files or sub-folders are contained in the folder, they are
played in the order written to the FAT directory entries.
The writing method of directory entries will not help understand the file play order because the method depends
on the OS operation at writing.
[2] When a playable file exists in the root folder (the top hierarchy), the file is to be played first.
[3] After all the playable files within the root folder have been played, playable files in the folder in the lower hierarchy,
if any, are played.
[4] If another folder exists in the lower hierarchy, playable files within this folder are played. If not, the LSI searches
other folders in the same hierarchy. If another folder exists there, the LSI plays that folder.
[5] After playing all the files, the LSI returns to the root folder as in [2] and play the files starting with the top sorted
one.
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14.4 Folder/File sort
The LSI sorts the sub-folders and files in the following sequence:
[1] Obtain up to 100 sub-folders and files each in the order written to FAT within selected folder.
[2] Compare the obtained folder/file names for 14 characters (28 bytes) from the beginning in UNICODE (2-byte
character) and sort them in the ascending order. *
[3] If there are files/folders with same character strings: follow the order of MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV when the
extension is different; and, otherwise, follow the order written to FAT.
[4] 101 or more files or sub-folders follow the order written to FAT.
* The processing of the file name and the folder name is shown in the following.
1)
When a LFN (long file name) entry exists, 2 bytes are treated as one character.
2)
When no LFN entry exists, the SFN (short file name) entry is processed as follows.
2-a) When the first appeared character code is within the range of 0x00-0x7F (US-ASCII), the LSI treats one byte
as one character, and adds '0x00' to the upper of the character to expand the entire character to an
UNICODE.
2-b) For a case other than 2-a), practically, the LSI treats these 2 bytes as one character.
*For details on LFN and SFN, see the FAT file system specifications.
[Root
Folder]
A.mp3
B.mp3
C.mp3
A_FOLDER
D_FOLDER
D.mp3
E.mp3
F.mp3
G.mp3
H.mp3
B_FODER
I.mp3
J.mp3
C_FOLDER
K.mp3
L.mp3
M.mp3
N.mp3
O.doc
P.xls
Q.mp3
E_FOLDER
U.mp3
V.mp3
W.mp3
X.mp3
Y.mp3
Z.mp3
R.txt
S.txt
T.txt
Figure 35. Example of Folder/File Structure within the Memory Device
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Table 16. File Play Sequence for Folder/File Structure in Figure 35
1
2
File to be
played
A.mp3
B.mp3
3
C.mp3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
D.mp3
E.mp3
F.mp3
G.mp3
H.mp3
I.mp3
J.mp3
K.mp3
L.mp3
M.mp3
N.mp3
Q.mp3
U.mp3
V.mp3
W.mp3
X.mp3
Y.mp3
21
Z.mp3
Play order
Remarks
-The LSI first starts playing the playable
files in the root folder, if any.
-The files are played in the ascending
order of UNICODE given to each file
name.
-After playing all the playable files in the
root folder, the LSI searches folders in
the lower hierarchy.
-The folders are searched in the
ascending order of UNICODE given to
each folder name.
-Unplayable files are ignored.
-After playing all the playable files
including those in A_FOLDER and in its
lower hierarchy, the LSI moves to the
hierarchy in which A FOLDER exists and
searches files.
-In this case, since no playable file exists
in D FOLDER, which is in the same
hierarchy of A_FOLDER, the LSI plays
the playable files in E FOLDER in the
further lower hierarchy.
14.5 Search within multi-drive and multi-partition
If a device is a multi-drive type, the LSI recognizes the drive having the smaller LUN (Logical Unit Number) for the
supporting FAT.
Only one drive is recognized and the other drive is not.
For the multi-partition, the LSI recognizes only the first read FAT-supported partition.
Files in other partitions cannot be read.
14.6 External HUB search
When the USB connector is connected to a HUB, and a FAT-supported drive is connected ahead of the HUB at
mounting the USB for this LSI, only one drive is recognized.
The LSI does not support external HUBs, it cannot detect plugging/unplugging of the drive ahead of the HUB after the
USB is mounted.
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15. Playing files
15.1 Function
For the files judged to be playable through the file search function, the LSI automatically switches the decoder using
the file extension and decodes these files.
Fast forward play and rewinding play operations are available.
Also, repeat play and random play are available.
When the sample rate of the input file is not 44.1 kHz, the sample after the decode is converted into 44.1 kHz with
sample rate converter (SRC) of building into and output.
15.2 Playable file formats
15.2.1 MP3 file format
This format supports MPEG Audio 1, 2, 2.5 and Layer 1, 2, 3.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz and , 12 kHz, 24 kHz and 48
kHz.
It supports bit rates of 8 to 320kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
15.2.2 WMA file format
This format supports WMA Ver.9 Standard.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
It supports bit rates of 5 to 384kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
It does not support DRM.
It supports ASF files including audio streams only.
15.2.3 AAC file format
This format supports MPEG4 AAC-LC.
It conforms to ITunes and 3GPP TS 26.244.
It supports file types of m4a, mp4 and 3gpX. (X is an arbitrary numeric value.)
ITunes is validated in the following versions: 4.*, 5.*, 6.* and 7.0-7.5.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 12 kHz, 24 kHz and 48 kHz.
It supports bit rates of 8 to 320kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
It does not support DRM. It does not support CD-ROM playing.
15.2.4 WAV file format
This format supports RIFF WAVE.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 12 kHz, 24 kHz and 48k Hz.
It does not support CD-ROM playing.
15.3 Playing files having damaged data
Operation to the file of all non-correspondence formats is not warrantable. Operation when abnormality of the file is
detected with this LSI is as follows.
If the data section of the MP3 file is damaged, the LSI plays the music data in the possible range instead of ceasing to
play the entire file. It mutes the unplayable section. However, AMUTE terminal remains H output.
If the data section of the WAV file is damaged, noises are output.
The LSI executes other files within the playable range and stops playing. Then, it skips to the next tune.
If a part of the data header is damaged, the LSI immediately terminates playing and skips to the next tune.
If the file’s extension is playable but its file’s data does not have a format supporting to the extension, the LSI
immediately terminates playing and skips to the next tune.
If the file does not have a file format, the LSI immediately terminates playing and skips to the next tune.
However, when the file data is structured in a format other than MP3 and its file extension is *.MP3, *.MP2 or *.MP1,
the LSI plays it in the silence mode basically. However, if the LSI can read any playable data, it plays the file partially.
In this case, the time information which is output as the serial status also becomes unstable. The time information is
then partially output but you cannot obtain the correct information.
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15.4 NEXT playing mode and Repeat playing mode
You can select the operation as shown below depending on the next playing mode, repeat mode and random mode.
Next playing mode
[1] PLAY_NEXT
[2]
PLAY_ALL_STOP
[3]
PLAY_FOL_STOP
[4]
PLAY_TUN_STOP
Repeat mode
[1] REPEAT_ALL
the
[2] REPEAT_FOL
[3] REPEAT_TUN
[4]
[5]
: Automatically searches the next tune after the tune being played ends and starts
playing the next tune.
: After the last tune being played within the memory ends, stops upon completion of
search for the next tune. Starts playing the next tune by the play command issued
subsequently.
: After the last tune being played within the folder ends, stops upon completion of
search for the next tune.
Starts playing the next tune by the play command issued subsequently.
: After the tune being played ends, stops upon completion of search for the next tune.
Starts playing the next tune by the play command issued subsequently.
: After playing all the tunes within the memory in process, starts playing them from
beginning of the memory.
: Repeats playing tunes within the folder in process.
: Repeats playing the tune in process.
The operation when the FF and FB command is received follows the setting of the
SET_REPRAND command.
: Plays the range of ±128 files from the current tune being played at random within
memory.
: Plays the range of ±128 files from the current tune being played at random within
older in process.
RANDOM_ALL
the
RANDOM_FOL
the
Random operation is a specification that doesn't continuously play the immediately played tune not the shuffle
operation that doesn't play the played tune before.
Select one operation from next play mode and repeat mode respectively to determine the operation.
When repeat mode is REPEAT_FOL, the PLAY_ALL_STOP becomes invalid, and serves as PLAY_NEXT.
When repeat mode is [3] [4] [5], the PLAY_ALL_STOP and PLAY_FOL_STOP becomes invalid, and serves as
PLAY_NEXT.
Table 17. Next play mode and repeat mode
REPEAT_ALL
REPEAT_FOL
REPEAT_TUN RANDOM_ALL RANDOM_FOL
○
○
○
○
○
PLAY_NEXT
○
×
×
×
×
PLAY_ALL_STOP
○
○
×
×
×
PLAY_FOL_STOP
○
○
○
○
○
PLAY_TUN_STOP
15.5 Resume playing function
The LSI can read the resume information to the microcomputer, the resume playing will be enabled using this
information.
Table 18. Resume information register structure
The
Status
number
NAME
Contents
OFFSET
of bytes
0x38-0x61 42
Resume
information data
This data shows the information on the file being played and on
the play position.
The data has a LSI-unique structure.
The resume information data is data of 42 bytes.
It outputs with a little endian.
The above resume information has a LSI-unique structure and is used when executing resume play. Therefore, you
should use the data contents as they are without rewriting.
The resume function is implemented by writing the resume information read by READ_RESUME_INFO command to
PLAY_RESUME command. After writing to PLAY_RESUME, the LSI automatically searches the resume file and plays
it.
After reading READ_RESUME_INFO command during file play, the LSI resumes the file from the time
READ_RESUME_INFO has been read.
The data contents read by READ_RESUME_INFO command cannot assure the operations when executing
PLAY_RESUME which has been rewritten due to the positional information within the memory. If the resume
information does not match because of change of memory, the LSI starts playing the first tune.
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15.6 File Name, Folder Name, TAG Information
A file name, a folder name, and TAG information are outputted to a status register.
The first 2 bytes to be output indicate file data ID information.
The target data is outputted from the 3rd byte.
A file name, a folder name, and TAG information status register structure are shown in Table 19.
Table 19. File (folder, TAG) information register structure
Status
OFFSET
The
number of NAME
bytes
Contents
0x38
1
The type of data is outputted.
0x00; TEXT- NUL (0x00) Terminated character string
0x01; BYTE- Unsigned 1 byte integer
0x39
Data type
1
0x3A-0xB9 128
Encoding of a character string is outputted.
0x00 ; ISO8859-1(Latin1)
0x01 : UTF-16(with BOM)
0x02 : UTF-16BE
Encoding
0x03 : UTF-8
0x49 : UTF-16LE
When a data type is except 0x00: TEXT, data length (byte unit) is
outputted.
A file name (or a folder name, TAG) is outputted by left fitting.
File name
Up to 128 bytes can be output.
(Folder name, TAG)
If the data is less than 128 bytes, it terminates with 0x00.
The full path within the memory to which a file exists is outputted to a status register.
Table 20. File path information register structure
Status
OFFSET
The
number of NAME
bytes
Contents
0x38
1
The type of data is outputted.
0x00; TEXT- NUL (0x00) Terminated character string
0x01; BYTE- Unsigned 1 byte integer
0x39
Data type
1
Encoding of a character string is outputted.
0x00 ; ISO8859-1(Latin1)
0x01 : UTF-16(with BOM)
0x02 : UTF-16BE
0x03 : UTF-8
0x49 : UTF-16LE
When a data type is except 0x00: TEXT, data length (byte unit) is
outputted.
A file path is outputted.
The delimiter between folder layers is ”¥” (0x5C).
Up to 256 bytes can be output.
If the data is less than 256 bytes, it terminates with 0x00.
For USB, the data starts with”A:¥”; for SD, with”B:¥”.
Encoding
0x3A-0x13
256
9
File path
The character code information on TAG information is outputted to a status register.
Table 21. Character code information register structure
LANGH
OFFSET=0x11
LANGL
OFFSET=0x10
Language Code
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x49
ID3V1 TAG or ISO8859-1(ID3V2 TAG)
UTF-16 (ID3V2 TAG)
UTF-16BE (ID3V2 TAG
UTF-8 (ID3V2 TAG or AAC TAG iTunes Meta-data)
UTF-16LE (WMA TAG)
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16. File browsing within memory
The LSI can analyzing and reading of the entry information of files and subfolders within a folder which is different from
the one having the current tune while the current tune is being played or stopped. Since the read information contains
access data to be used to select tunes, the LSI enables to directly select and play tunes using this data.
The file browsing in the memory operates the cursor (operated position) that can be operated.
When sending the command to move the cursor, the LSI can analyze and read the information of 10 entries (files or
folders) from the move destination. (The number of entries can be changed by the setting of SET_BROWSE_NUM.)
The cursor movement conforms to the sort order determined by the sort function. If the sort function is enabled, the
system first reads the files, and then the subfolders, in the sort order. If the sort function is disabled, the LSI reads the
files and subfolders in the order that they are written to FAT.
A file browsing function becomes effective after ANALYSE_ROOT command is send, and starts the analysis in a root
folder.
When you select music directly by using the access data or cursor position, the following status doesn't return a normal
value because it doesn't understand the number in the whole in the memory.
Playing folder number status in memory, Playing file number status in the memory.
The file information status register structure which can be read by the file browsing function in a memory is shown in
Table 22.
Table 22. File (folder) information register structure
Status
OFFSET
The
number of NAME
bytes
Contents
The position in the memory in which a file and folder information
is written is shown.
Direct song selection is possible from a microcomputer using this
data.
The type of file is outputted.
0x0Y= file-native (LFN, SFN), 0x1Y= folder-native (LFN, SFN)
0x8Y= file-UTF16LE (LFN),
0x9Y= folder-UTF16LE (LFN)
Y becomes the following cases.
0x1=MP3, 0x2=WMA,
0x3=AAC, 0x4=WAV , 0x5=PLAY LIST,
0x6-0xE=reserve, 0xF,0x0=other file
0x38-0x3D 6
Access data
0x3E
1
Entry type
0x3F
1
-
0x00
0x40-0x43 4
Cluster number
The cluster number in the memory in which a file and folder
information is written is shown.
0x44-0x84 64
File name
(Folder name)
A file name (folder name) is outputted by left fitting.
Cautions)
If browsing operation is frequently performed during music plaing, music skipping may occur by the memory with a slow
access speed.
17. Play list play
When PLAY LIST MODE of the system operation mode has been selected, this function is effective.
The LSI can search the play list in the specified folder within the memory and output the play list information.
When the microcomputer selects the play list, the LSI plays the selected tunes in the order written to the play list.
Also, the LSI can output the file information in the selected play list.
Available playlist file should have an extension of M3U or PLS and be described in full path using ASCII or the
SET_LANG command setting.
The full path of a file described in the playlist should be within 256 bytes and within 16 hierarchies.
If the play list format is other than the above or the path does not match, the LSI skip playing tunes.
While playing the tunes in the playlist, PLAY, STOP, PAUSE, FF and FB commands can be used to control the list.
The music file described during the play list is treated as what exists in the flat of one class (only root folder) within a
memory irrespective of the place (path) where the file exists really. For this reason, it becomes invalid a folder repeat and
a folder random command, and it becomes effective the repeat in a memory, one music repeat, and random in a memory
setting up a repeat setup by the SET_REPRAND command.
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18. File data write and File data read
When FILE RW MODE of the system operation mode has been selected, this function is effective.
It is possible to read the contents of data of the specification file in a memory.
It is possible to create a data file in a memory.
The full path including a file name and an extension supports to 16 classes within 256 bytes.
The full path is acquirable with browsing operation.
Deletion of a file is possible at the time of browsing operation.
19. CD data ripping
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When CD-DA MODE of the system operation mode has been selected, this function is effective.
This function encodes a three-line Digital audio input data from a CD to MP3 (or WAV) format and writes it to the memory.
The full path of file supports to 16 classes within 256 bytes.
The LSI can also write TAG data of TITLE, ARTIST, ALBUM, and GENRE of up to 64 bytes each to the encoded file.
19.1 Input supporting formats
16-bit EIAJ format or 16-bit I2S format
Sample rate: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bit clock: 32 fs, 48 fs, 64 fs LRCK
LRCK input speed: MAX=2 X speed
19.2 Encode format
MPEG1 Audio Layer3 (extension: MP3) stereo
Bit rate: Selectable from 32 kbps, 64 kbps, 128 kbps, 192 kbps, 256kbps and 320 kbps
Sample rate: Input sample rate
WAV 16bit PCM stereo
Bit rate: 1411.2kbps
Sample rate: Input sample rate
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19.3 Valid data to be encoded
When LRCK is switched from Rch to Lch and all of the following conditions are met, input data is written to the internal
buffer as valid data and encoded to MP3.
[1] The command to enable the encode function turns ON.
[2] BFULLO output terminal is set to L. (The internal buffer is not FULL.)
[3] INREQI input terminal is set to H. (The microcomputer tells that this data is valid.)
When the internal buffer becomes FULL and cannot receive the data, BFULLO terminal output H. Then, data writing to
the internal buffer will stop.
When the internal buffer generates space after processing data and INREQI input terminal is set to L, BFULLO output
terminal is set to L.
Valid data
INREQI
Input data
BFULLO
Internal buffer
FULL
Internal buffer
Internal encoding flag
Start of encode
End of encode for buffer
Figure 36. Valid data to be encoded
19.4 Data comparison connection function
When you assume the comparison connection operation to be effective, the data newly input as the last 3 samples of
the valid data input before the comparison connection operation is set is compared.
LSI restarts the input from the following data to an internal buffer when 3 consecutive samples are corresponding
everything.
As a result, it becomes consecutive data before and after doing connected operation.
When you assume the comparison connection operation to be invalid, encode can be restarted by connecting it directly
by controlling the INREQI input.
19.5 Encode speed
The data writing speed to the memory depends on the state of the fragmentation and the usage condition in the
memory, response time from the memory.
Therefore, the encode speed that BFULLO doesn't become H for all media cannot be guaranteed.
BFULLO both becomes H while recording MP3 and WAV, and the memory that cannot be in real time recorded exists.
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20. CD-ROM Decoder
When CD-ROM MODE of the system operation mode has been selected, this function is effective.
File system analysis and decoding of data are performed to 3 line serial input data from CD-ROM format.
CD-ROM ECC and the EDC function are supported.
20.1 Support File System
CD-ROM Mode1, Mode2 form1, and Mode2 form2 are supported.
The file system supports ISO9660 level 1 and 2. Remeo and Joliet extension are supported.
The folder class which can be searched support by 8 classes.
A folder name and a file name are acquirable to 48 bytes.
20.2 File system analysis
The number of entries that can be maintained in the buffer for the analysis becomes
3*(File_Number)+ 4*(Folder_Number)=1200.
It depends on the content of the composition of each CD-ROM.
It becomes a 266 files when number (Folder_Number) of folders is 100 and it becomes 366 entries in total (file or
folder).
The entry which was not able to be held to the buffer domain for analysis cannot be played after file system analysis.
The result of the file system analysis can be read by the status output.
20.3 Playable file
20.3.1 MP3 file format
This format supports MPEG Audio 1, 2, 2.5 and Layer 1, 2, 3.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz and , 12 kHz, 24 kHz and 48
kHz.
It supports bit rates of 8 to 320kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
20.3.2 WMA file format
This format supports WMA Ver.9 Standard.
It supports sample rates of 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 32 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
It supports bit rates of 5 to 384kbps and VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
It does not support DRM.
It supports ASF files including audio streams only.
20.3.3 CD-ROM play
Data is required for the CD-ROM reproduction operation to be input so that the internal data buffer should not empty.
Therefore, when the data input from CD is not in time, and the internal data buffer empties, the music skip is
generated.
The voice is not output while the microcomputer from the SEEK demand interrupt to the input of the demanded data
is controlling the CD data input when fast-forwarding, rewinding by the CD-ROM playing.
20.4 SEEK request
The status of the LBN of required data is outputted when a file analysis start and file selection.
Furthermore, SEEK request interruption is outputted from an IRPTO terminal to a microcomputer at this time.
If a request sector is inputted, it will be automatic, connection operation will be performed and subsequent data will be
processed.
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20.5 File, Folder, CD Volume Information
The status of the CD file system analysis result is outputted by READ_CD_FOL and a READ_CD_FILE command.
If the 0th is specified by the READ_CD_FOL command, the volume information on CD will be outputted.
A file, a folder, and volume information status register structure are shown below.
Table 23. CD files information register structure
Status
OFFSET
The
number
of bytes
NAME
Contents
0x38-0x39
2
Parent folder number
A parent folder number is outputted.
A route becomes No. 1.
0x3A-0x3B
2
File number
A file number is outputted.
0x3C-0x3F
4
File size
File size is outputted.
0x40-0x43
4
File LBN
LBN of the file head is outputted.
0x44
1
Extension type
An extension (file kind) is outputted.
0x01 : MP 3
0x02 : WMA
0x03-0x0E : Reserved
0x00 and 0x0F : Other files
0x45
0x46
1
1
Identifier length
-
The identifier length (byte) recorded on DISC is outputted.
0x01
0x47
1
Data length
Data length is outputted.
0x48-0x77
48
File name
A file name is outputted by left fitted.
Up to 48 bytes can be output.
A data type is outputted as BYTE.
Table 24. CD folder information register structure
Status
OFFSET
The
number
of bytes
0x38-0x39
2
0x3A-0x3B
2
0x3C-0x3D
2
Parent folder
number
A parent folder number is outputted.
A route becomes No. 1.
0x3E-0x3F
2
Folder number
The present folder number is outputted.
0x40-0x43
4
Folder LBN
LBN of the folder head is outputted.
0x44
1
-
0x45
1
Identifier length
0x46
1
-
0x47
1
Data length
Data length is outputted.
0x48-0x77
48
Folder name
A folder name is outputted by left stuffing.
Up to 48 bytes can be output.
A data type is outputted as BYTE.
NAME
Contents
The number
of subfolders
The number of
playable files
The number of subfolders is outputted.
The number of playable files is outputted.
reserve
The identifier length (byte) recorded on DISC is outputted.
0x01
Table 25. CD volume information register structure
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Status
OFFSET
The
number
of bytes
NAME
Contents
0x38-0x39
2
The number
of total folders
The number of total folders is outputted.
0x3A-0x3B
2
The number of
total playable files
The number of total playable files is outputted.
0x3C-0x3F
4
Path table LBN
LBN of the path table (L type) currently recorded on effective VD
is outputted
0x40-0x43
4
Root folder LBN
LBN of the root folder head is outputted.
0x44
1
VD type
VD type is outputted.
0x00 : PVD
0x01 : SVD
0x45
1
Identifier length
The identifier length (byte) recorded on DISC is outputted.
0x46
1
-
0x47
1
Data length
Data length is outputted.
0x48-0x67
32
Volume name
A volume name is outputted by left stuffing.
Up to 32bytes can be output.
A data type is outputted as BYTE.
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21. Previous Command Processing Situation
The previous command processing situation is outputted as status register STATUS6 (OFFSET=0x05) PRECOMSTAT.
Bit0 of STATUS6 (OFFSET=0x05) and Bit2 of STATUS2 (OFFSET=0x01) is the same value. When Bit2 of STATUS2 set
to "0", the previous command is normally processed. When Bit2 of STATUS2 set to "1", the previous command is not
processed.
The following shows the value descriptions.
Value
0x01
0x03
0x05
0x07
0x09
0x0B
0x0F
0x11
0x13
0x15
Table 26. Previous command processing
NAME
Cause of being unprocessed
UNCLASSIFIED
Non classification error
UNKNOWN CMD
Undefined command
SEARCH
Searching now
INVALID ARG
Invalid parameter is detected.
WRONG MODE
Invalid command in the current system operation mode
NOT READY
Initialization is not completed.
NOT IMPLEMENTED
The function is not mounted.
WRITE PROTECTED
The device is write-protected.
DISK FULL
The memory has no free space.
DEVICE ERROR
Device error
22. Selected memory information
The kind and information on a device which are selected now are outputted by the READ_MEMINFO command.
The details of an output value are shown below.
Value[7:4]
0x0
0x1
0x2
0x3
0x4
0x5
0x6
0x7
0x8-0xF
Table 27. Selected memory information
Contents
Mounted USB device (playable device)
NO-Mounted USB device (file system un-support, etc)
USB LOW SPEED device
USB device with two or more DEVICE CONFIGRATION
USB device which cannot be recognized
SD Card
It means that there is HUB, when Bit7 is H.
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23. Process information when a media mount error
The information on in which stage of media mount it failed with the READ_MOUNT_ERROR command is outputted. After
being set to ERROR=1, by reading this command shows in detail whether the error has occurred during which process
execution.
For example, when ERROR=1 and 1st byte=0x08 or 0x09 of READ_MOUNT_ERROR command, since a response
mistake is made from the device in the process of TEST UNIT READY or REQUEST SENSE, it becomes a mount error.
The details of an output value are shown below.
1st byte (offset=0) of a read value outputs the process state at the time of USB mount.
Table 28. The process state at the time of USB mount
Read value
Process state
Read value
Process state
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
0x08
0x09
0x0A
Before a start of operation
Device descriptor
SET_ADDRESS
Configuration descriptor
End Point connect
SET_Configuration
GET MAX LUN
CLEAR_FEATURE
INQUARY
TEST UNIT READY
REQUEST SENSE
0x10
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x14
0x15
0x16
0x17
0x18
0x19
-
GET_DEVSTATUS
Sector read command send
Sector read command receive
Sector read status receive
Sector write command send
Sector write command receive
Sector write status receive
Not-supported Device Subclass
HUB only
LOW DEVICE detect
-
0x0B
0x0C
0x0D
0x0E
0x0F
READ_CAPACITY
CLEAR_PORT_FEATURE
GET_PORT_STATUS
SET_PORT_FEATURE
HUB descriptor
-
-
2nd byte (offset=1) of a read-out value outputs the process state at the time of SD initialization.
Table 29. The process state at the time of SD initialization
Read value
Process state
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x04
0x08
0x10
0x20
Before a start of operation
CMD0 Response
CMD8 Response
CMD55 Response
CMD41 Response
CMD58 Response
CMD1 Response
10th byte (offset=9) of a read-out value outputs the process state at the time of FAT file system analysis.
Table 30 the process state at the time of FAT file system analysis
Read value
Process state
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
Before a start of operation
MBR read
MBR Analysis
BPB Analysis
FAT table check
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24. Watchdog Timer
The LSI incorporates Watchdog Timer, which monitors the system hang-up and resets whenever it occurs.
After resetting hang-up, WDT (Watchdog Timer) becomes available. You can disable WDT using DIS_WDT command.
Once WDT is disabled, it cannot be enabled until reset is input.
When WDT, in the valid status, detects a hang-up within the LSI regardless of external situations (on the microcomputer),
the LSI resets the system internally.
To monitor whether the LSI is reset by WDT from the master microcomputer (external), use SET_WDT command to write
H to STATUS WDT_RFLG and monitor this status. After reset, this status is read as L. This helps you judge that WDT
has reset the LSI by reading out L when reading the status regularly after writing H using SET_WDT command.
25. IPL support to external serial FLASH ROM
Once reset, the LSI needs to download the program to a part of the internal program area from the external serial FLASH
ROM.
However, it is also possible to write in data from a microcomputer without connecting external serial FLASH ROM.
The download function from the external serial FLASH ROM enables to add and change the system functions simply by
rewriting the external serial FLASH ROM.
The program is downloaded automatically after reset. After download is completed, it shifts to CONFIG mode.
This LSI supports to serial FLASH ROM to 8 bit-Command, 24 bit-ADDRESS, and clock MIN=15MHz by minimum size
2Mbit. This LSI cannot correspond to serial FLASH ROM that doesn't correspond to Page Program because the data
writing is done with Page Program (256 bytes). This LSI supports to serial FLASH ROM to Write Status Register cycle
time MAX. = 500msec, Page Program cycle time MAX. = 500msec and Chip Erase cycle time MAX. = 180sec.
The download time of the program from serial FLASH ROM is about 0.6 sec. This time changes with contents of the
program write in serial FLASH ROM.
The LSI supports a mode which enables to write the program data written to the memory (USB or SD) to the external
serial FLASH ROM. By executing the command to enable the FLASH ROM write mode, the LSI searches in the
memory and rewrites the external serial FLASH ROM. After rewriting the FLASH ROM, you should reset the LSI.
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26. Command
26.1 Control Command
The LSI allows command operations from an external microcomputer via a slave I2C serial interface.
The command length to be sent varies depending on the command.
Table 31 shows the command specifications.
Table 32 shows enabled/disabled state of each command.
Table 31. Command Operations
Command name
CONFIG
CHG_SYSTEM_M
ODE
Comm Command
and
length 1st 2nd 3rd
4
0x60 0x00
N
Explanation of operation
4th
0x00 ・Set up System Operation Mode.
・Please choose 3rd byte N from the following. The other setup does not
receive a command.
N= 0x00 ; CONFIG Mode
N= 0x01 ; PLAYER Mode
N= 0x02 ; FILE RW Mode
N= 0x03 ; PLAY LIST Mode
N= 0x04 ; CD-DA Mode (*1 BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.)
N= 0x05 ; CD-ROM Mode
N= 0x07 ; IPL WRITE Mode
The initial setting is N= 0x00.
0x60 0x01
-
2
・When receiving the STOP command, end the present processing and
shift to the initial state in each system operation mode.
・Playing of a file will be stopped when receiving the STOP command
during Playing, a stop, and file search.
・Playing of a file will be stopped when receiving the STOP command
during fast forward or fast back Playing.
・After stopping playing the file, the LSI restarts playing it from the tune
being stopped. However, if the memory is removed and new one is
inserted before restarting, the LSI returns to the top tune of the memory.
0x60 0x02 0x01 0x00 ・Suspends folder analysis. After suspend, the analysis state becomes
"not analyzed" and the cursor position becomes invalid. In order to reset
this status, it is necessary to transmit an ANALYZE_ROOT command,
and it is necessary to make the cursor position valid. After
ANALYZE_ROOT command, contents acquisition of a desired folder can
be performed. It is not necessary to analyze intermediate folders one by
one from a route folder.
・The LSI suspends analysis only and continues playing the file when
receiving the ABORT command.
0x60 0x03
- ・This command select device between USB memory and SD memory
card.
To do this, both devices must be connected or one device is provided
against the other (USB memory against SD memory card, and vice
versa). Any other cases will be ignored.
・After the device is selected, the system operation mode remains the
previous mode (before selecting) and goes to the initial state.
・The setting values of the individual commands remain as they are.
However, those of the REPEAT and RANDOM commands return to the
initial values
0x60 0x04
- ・This command disables Watchdog Timer.
・Initial setting is that Watchdog Timer function is effective.
0x60 0x05
- ・This command writes “1” to STATUS WDT_RFLG when it is executed.
4
0x60 0x06
N
STOP
2
ABORT
4
CHG_DEV
2
DIS_WDT
2
SET_WDT
SET_SORT
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0x00 ・Set up file sorting operation in a memory.
・Select N at the 3rd byte from the following. Any setting other than
N=0x00 is considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Disables sorting of files/folders.
Data is read out in the order that is written to FAT.
N=0x01: Enables sorting of files/folders.
・Initial setting is N= 0x01. A sorting function is effective.
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SET_12MOUT
4
0x60 0x07
SET_LANG
4
0x60 0x08
SET_MP3
4
0x60 0x09
SET_BROWSE_N
UM
4
0x60 0x0A
SET_PLAYINFO_
NUM
4
0x60 0x0B
SET_LBIT
4
0x60 0x0D
SET_UTPKT
4
0x60 0x0F
GET_DEV_FREE
4
0x60 0x10
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・Set up CLKOUT12 terminal and a TEST12 terminal output.
・Select N at the 3rd byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: Disables 12 MHz clock output from the CLKOUT12 terminal.
N=0x01: Enables 12 MHz clock output from the CLKOUT12 terminal.
th
・Select M at the 4 byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
M=0x00: Disables 16.9344 MHz clock output from the TEST12
terminal.
M=0x01: Enables 16.9344 MHz clock output from the TEST12 terminal.
・The 16.9344 MHz clock is a clock which buffers the input from the
XIN_PLL terminal.
・initial setting is N= 0x00 and M= 0x00. Output is invalid.
N
M ・Set up a NATIVE language.
・Select N and M at the 3rd and 4th bytes from the following. Any other
setting is considered to specify {M, N}={0x00,0x00}: ASCII.
{ M, N }= { 0x03, 0xA4 }: SHIFT-JIS(CP932)
{ M, N }= { 0x03, 0x52 }: OEM_850
・Initial setting is {M , N} = {0x03, 0xA4} ; SHIFT JIS(CP932).
N 0x00 ・Select the layer of the MPEG audio to play.
・Select N at the 3rd byte from the following. Any setting other than
N=0x00 is considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Plays all the files having extension mp1, mp2, and mp3.
N=0x01: Plays the files having extension mp3 only.
・Initial setting is N= 0x00. All the files of mp1, mp2, and mp3 are
reproduced.
N 0x00 ・Specify the number of entries (a file or folder) when enabling a browsing
function which carries out prediction analysis.
rd
・Specify N at the 3 byte within the range from 0x00 to 0x14(20). Any
other settings will not accept the command.
・The LSI analyzes entries in the number specified by N.
・Since even (0-N) can specify with the parameter of
'READ_BROWSE_INFO', N+1 entry information can be acquired at the
maximum.
・Initial setting is N=0x0A=10 entry prediction analysis.
N 0x00 ・Specify the number of files predicted by the READ_PFILE_NAME
command.
・A READ_PFILE_NAME command can be predicted only within the same
folder.
rd
・Specify N at the 3 byte within the range from 0x00 to 0x5. Any other
settings will not accept the command. The LSI looks ahead files in the
number specified by N.
・Since READ_PFILE_NAME allows you to specify in a range of 0 to N,
you can obtain the information of up to N+1 files.
・Initial setting is N=0x03 file prediction analysis.
N 0x00 ・Set up LBIT and a copy bit when SPDIF output.
・Select N at the 3rd byte from the following. Any setting other than
N=0x01 is considered to specify N=0x00.
N=0x00: SPDIF LBIT=1, copy bit = 0 (copy disabled).
N=0x01: SPDIF LBIT=0, copy bit = 1 (copy enabled).
・Initial value is N= 0x00, (ban on a copy).
N 0x00 ・Set up a USB terminal output.
・Select N at the 3rd byte from the following. Any other setting is
considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Normally operating terminal
N=0x01: Outputs a test packet from the USB terminal.
・Initial value is N= 0x00.
0x00 0x00 ・Analyze the availability of the media selected now.
・The LSI starts analyzing the free space after receiving the command.
During analysis, SEARCH=0x1 is set. Upon completion of analysis,
SEARCH=0x0 is set.
・After analyzing the free space, you can use the READ_DEV_FREE
command to obtain the current free space.
・The LSI does not monitor the free space automatically. Whenever
changing the system operation mode or the selected media, you should
N
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restart analysis.
SET_LANG2
4
0x60 0x11 0x00
SET_OUTLANG
4
0x60 0x12 0x00
SET_TOUT_TUR
4
0x60 0x18 0x01
SET_IDL_TIME
6
0x60 0x18 0x02
SET_TUR_PASS
4
0x60 0x18 0x0B
SET_THR1
12
0x6F 0x00 0x00
SET_THR2
12
0x6F 0x00 0x00
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・Set up the character encoding conversion mode inside a file system.
・Please choose N from the following values. The other setup is not
received.
N= 0x00 : Character encoding conversion is performed inside a file
system.
N= 0x01 : Character encoding conversion is not performed inside a file
system.
・When N= 0x01 is set up, an action changes as follows.
the path information which Read(s) -- the data in media -- it becomes
binary data as it is
The other delimiter and reservation character of path information turns
into a character of UTF-16 encoding.
・After a receptionist, when this command performs changes in system
mode, it becomes effective.
・Please use it as N=0x00 when changing to the operation modes other
than the PLAYER mode.
・An initial value is N= 0x00.
N ・Set up whether UTF8/UTF16 conversion is performed when the
character string status output of a file and a folder name.
・Please choose N from the following values. The other setup is not
received.
N= 0x00 : With a setup of SET_LANG, it outputs without changing.
N= 0x01 : It changes and outputs to UTF-8 at the time of an output.
N= 0x02 : It changes and outputs to UTF-16 at the time of an output.
・An initial value is N= 0x00.
N ・Set up the wait time after Test Unit Ready command transmission at the
time of USB memory recognition.
・When the response to Test Unit Ready is failure, re-try of Test Unit
Ready is performed after the setting value Nx2 (msec).
・Re-try is performed to 375 times.
・A timeout occurs after the setting value Nx750 (msec).
・An initial value is 191sec (setting value N=0xFF).
0x00 ・Set up the idle time after USB memory bus reset.
・Set a setup as the 5 - 6th byte with a little endian.
・Setting value {6th=M, 5th=N} x0.167 (usec) becomes wait time.
・As for an initial value, 220usec (setting value N=1325= {M=x05, N=x2D})
is set up.
・Please set a setting value as the range of 300 (50usec)-9000 (1.5msec).
N ・Operation after timeout generating with the Test Unit Ready command is
set up at the time of USB memory recognition.
・Please choose 4th byte N from the following. A setup of those other than
the following operates as that to which 0x01 was set.
N= 0x00: It is referred to as ERROR as memory recognition failure after
a timeout.
N= 0x01: When the number of effective LUN is one, after a timeout, the
response of Test Unit Ready is disregarded and the next memory
recognition processing is performed.
・An initial value is N= 0x00.
0x00 ・Setup which performs the through output to I2S output from I2S input.
・Please set up 8 bytes from the 5th byte of following.
0x00 0x00 0x30 0xD0 0x1E 0x00 0x00 0x00
・When you perform a through output, please set up SET_THR1,
SET_THR2, and SET_THR3.
・When the operation mode was changed from the CD-DA mode and the
START_ENCODE command are issued, this setting is released.
0x00 ・Setup which performs the through output to I2S output from I2S input.
・Please set up 8 bytes from the 5th byte of following.
Through output invalidity; 0x00 0x00 0xB0 0xD0 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00
Through output effective; 0x00 0x00 0xB0 0xD0 0x05 0x00 0x00 0x00
・When you perform a through output, please set up SET_THR1,
SET_THR2, and SET_THR3.
・When the operation mode was changed from the CD-DA mode and the
START_ENCODE command are issued, this setting is released.
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SET_THR3
12
0x6F 0x00 0x00 0x00 ・Setup which performs the through output to I2S output from I2S input.
・Please set up 8 bytes from the 5th byte of following.
EIAJ input; 0x00 0x00 0x40 0xE0 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00
I2S input; 0x00 0x00 0x40 0xE0 0x30 0x00 0x00 0x00
・When you perform a through output, please set up SET_THR1,
SET_THR2, and SET_THR3.
・When the operation mode was changed from the CD-DA mode and the
START_ENCODE command are issued, this setting is released.
PLAY control
PLAY
2
0x61 0x01
-
PAUSE
2
0x61 0x02
-
HOME
4
0x61 0x03
N
PLAYMODE
4
0x61 0x04
N
VOL+
4
0x61 0x06 0x01
VOL-
4
0x61 0x06 0x02
REPEAT
4
0x61 0x06 0x03
RANDOM
4
0x61 0x06 0x04
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・When receiving the PLAY command during stop, the LSI starts playing
the file currently selected.
・When receiving the PLAY command during pause, the LSI starts playing
the file at the paused time.
・When receiving the PAUSE command during play, the LSI pauses
playing of the file
0x00 ・When receiving the HOME command, the LSI searches files of the first
tune within the memory.
・TAG analysis, if it is enabled, is performed.
・It is not the first tune in the memory at the time of the random setup, but
it is moved for the tune chosen at random.
rd
・Select N at the 3 byte from the following. Any setting other than
N=0x00 is considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Stops after search is completed.
N=0x01: Starts playing after search is completed.
0x00 ・When receiving the PLAYMODE command, the LSI changes play mode
in accordance with the setting of N in the 3rd byte.
・During stop, this command cannot start playing the file.
rd
・Select N at the 3 byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: Changes to normal play.
N=0x01: Changes to fast forward.
N=0x02: Changes to rewind.
・Initial setting is N= 0x00. It is normal Playing.
0x00 ・When receiving the VOL+ command, the LSI controls the sound volume
step by incrementing by 1.
・The sound volume is controlled in 32 steps from -∞ (minimum volume) to
0 dB (maximum volume).
0x00 ・When receiving the VOL- command, the LSI controls the volume step by
decrementing by 1.
・The sound volume is controlled in 32 steps from -∞ (minimum volume) to
0 dB (maximum volume).
0x00 ・This command changes the mode for repeat.
・REPEAT command toggles as: memory repeat ->1 music repeat ->
folder repeat.
・For the settings of the REPEAT, RANDOM, and SET_REPRAND
commands, the one finally set becomes enabled.
・Initial setting is the all-songs repeat in a memory.
0x00 ・This command changes the mode for random play.
・If random play is enabled, the LSI plays the currently-played file at
random in the area of ±128 files in the sort order.
・The RANDOM command toggles as: Normal play->Repeat all the tunes
within the memory.
・For the settings of the REPEAT, RANDOM and SET_REPRAND
commands, the one finally set becomes enabled.
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4
0x61 0x07
M
FB
4
0x61 0x08
M
FOL+
4
0x61 0x09
M
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・When receiving the FF command during play, pause, or stop, the LSI
searches the file N tunes ahead from the file being played or paused in
the sort order.
・If the number of remaining files is less than N in the sort order, the LSI
searches back to the first file.
・If N=0, the LSI searches the current file.
・If REPEAT or RANDOM is set, the LSI searches the next file in
accordance with the setting. However, if “repeat 1 tune” is set, the LSI
searches the next file in accordance with the repeat setting within the
memory.
・If TAG analysis is enabled, the LSI also performs that analysis.
rd
・After searching, the LSI operates in accordance with the setting in the 3
byte.
Select M at the 3rd byte from the following. Any setting other than
M=0x00 is considered to specify M=0x01.
M=0x00: Stops after search is completed.
M=0x01: Starts playing after search is completed.
・The number of tunes to be searched depends on the setting of N in the
4th byte.
N ・When receiving the FB command during play, pause, or stop, the LSI
searches the file, N tunes back from the file being played, paused or
stopped, in the sort order.
・When the LSI play is playing a tune in less than N files from the top in
the sort order, it searches the first tune. However, only when the file to
be searched is the first tune within the memory in the “repeat within the
memory” setting, the LSI searches the file across the last tune within the
memory to the first one. If the file to be searched is the first file within
the folder in the “repeat within the folder” setting, the LSI searches the file
within the same folder.
・If N=0, the LSI searches the top of the current file. However if it
receives the FB command with N=0 when the play time is within 1
second, the LSI searches the top of the previous tune.
・If REPEAT or RANDOM is set, the LSI searches files in accordance with
the setting. However, if “repeat one tune” is set, the LSI searches files
in accordance with the “repeat within the memory” setting.
・If TAG analysis is enabled, the LSI also performs that analysis.
rd
・After searching, the LSI operates in accordance with the setting in the 3
rd
byte. Select M at the 3 byte from the following. Any setting other
than M=0x00 is considered to specify M=0x01.
M=0x00: Stops after search is completed.
M=0x01: Starts playing after search is completed.
・The number of tunes to be searched depends on the setting of N in the
4th byte.
N ・When receiving the FOL+ command during play, pause, or stop, the LSI
searches the folder N tunes ahead from the one having the file being
played, paused or stopped in the sort order.
・If the remaining folders are less than N in the sort order, the LSI returns
to the first folder.
・Even if REPEAT or RANDOM is set, the LSI searches the file in the
status where repeat mode is set.
・Search the file chosen at random when RANDOM is set.
・If N=0, the LSI searches the top of the current folder.
・If TAG analysis is enabled, the LSI also performs that analysis.
rd
・After searching, the LSI operates in accordance with the setting in the 3
rd
byte. Select M at the 3 byte from the following. Any setting other
than M=0x00 is considered to specify M=0x01.
M=0x00: Stops after search is completed.
M=0x01: Starts playing after search is completed.
・The number of tunes to be searched depends on the setting of N in the
4th byte.
N
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・When receiving the FOL- command during play, pause, or stop, the LSI
searches the folder N tunes back from the one having the file being
played or paused in the sort order.
・When playing a tune less than N folders from the top in the sort order,
the LSI returns to the first folder. However, when playing a file within the
first folder, the LSI searches the folder across the last tune within the
memory.
・Even if REPEAT or RANDOM is set, the LSI searches the file in the
status where repeat mode is set.
・Search the file chosen at random when RANDOM is set.
・If N=0, the LSI searches the top of the current folder.
・If TAG analysis is enabled, the LSI also performs that analysis.
rd
・After searching, the LSI operates in accordance with the setting in the 3
rd
byte. Select M at the 3 byte from the following. Any setting other
than M=0x00 is considered to specify M=0x01.
M=0x00: Stops after search is completed.
M=0x01: Starts playing after search is completed.
・The number of folders to be searched depends on the setting of N in the
4th byte.
0x61 0x0B 0x00 0x00 ・This command sets 42-byte data obtained by the
READ_RESUME_INFO command to 5th-46th bytes.
・Set the data in ascending order of the offsets obtained by the
READ_RESUME_INFO command.
・After writing the command, the LSI starts resume play.
・If the resume target cannot be searched, the LSI searches the first tune
of in the device and plays.
FOL-
4
0x61 0x0A
PLAY_RESUME
46
PLAY Setting
SET_DOUT
4
0x61 0x10 0x00
N
SET_EQ
4
0x61 0x10 0x01
N
SET_VOL
4
0x61 0x10 0x02
N
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N
・This command sets audio output.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: Outputs via Audio line.
N=0x01: Outputs using the SPDIF interface
2
N=0x02: Outputs in I S (32fs) format.
N=0x03: Outputs in I2S (48fs) format.
2
N=0x04: Outputs in I S (64fs) format.
N=0x05: Outputs in EIAJ (32fs) format.
N=0x06: Outputs in EIAJ (48fs) format.
N=0x07: Outputs in EIAJ (64fs) format.
・By default, N=0x00: " Audio line output" is set.
・This command sets the equalizer.
・Set N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: EQ OFF
N=0x01: POPS
N=0x02: JAZZ
N=0x03: ROCK
N=0x04: CLASSIC
N=0x05: R&B
N=0x07: EQ OFF
N=0x08: BASS BOOST1
N=0x09: POPS + BASS BOOST1
N=0x0A: JAZZ + BASS BOOST1
N=0x0B: ROCK + BASS BOOST1
N=0x0C: CLASSIC + BASS BOOST1
N=0x0D: R&B + BASS BOOST1
N=0x0F: BASS BOOST2
・By default, N=0x00: EQ OFF is set.
・This command sets the sound volume with the value of N at the 4th byte
in 32 steps from 0x00 to 0x1F.
・Setting range outside 0x00 to 0x1F will not accept the command.
・By default, N=0x06 is set.
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SET_REPRAND
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・This command sets next tune play mode.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any settings other than
N=0x04 will not accept the command.
N=0x00: PLAY_NEXT:
After the tune being played is completed, the LSI automatically
searches the next tune and starts playing it.
N=0x01: PLAY_ALL_STOP:
After the last tune within the memory being played is completed, the
LSI reaches the next tune and stops.
When the play command is issued again, the LSI starts playing the
next tune.
N=0x02: PLAY_FOL_STOP:
After the last tune within the folder being played is completed, the LSI
searches the next tune and stops.
When the play command is issued again, the LSI starts playing the
next tune.
N=0x03: PLAY_TUN_STOP:
After the tune being played is completed, the LSI searches the next
tune and stops.
When the play command is issued again, the LSI starts playing the
next tune.
・By default, N=0x00 is set.
・If the repeat mode is set to “repeat within folder”, operation setting
N=0x01 will become disabled. The LSI searches the next tune and
then starts playing it.
・If the repeat mode is set to “repeat one tune”, operation settings N=0x01
and 0x02 will become disabled. The LSI searches the next tune and
then starts playing it.
・If the repeat mode is set to “random within memory” or “random within
folder”, the operation settings N=0x01 and 0x02 will become disabled.
The LSI searches the next tune and then starts playing it.
・When system operation mode is PLAYLIST mode, operation in a folder
of N= 0x02 setup becomes invalid, and does not receive a command.
・This command sets repeat mode.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: REPEAT_ALL: Repeats within the memory
Repeats all the tunes within the memory being played.
N=0x01: REPEAT_FOL: Repeats within the folder
Repeats the tunes within the folder being played.
N=0x02: REPEAT_TUN: Repeats one tune
Repeats the tune being played.
A setup of the repeat in the memory is followed when FF and FB
command.
N=0x03: REPEAT_TUN: Repeats one tune
Repeats the tune being played.
A setup of the repeat in the memory is followed when FF and FB
command.
N=0x04: RANDOM_ALL: Random within the memory
Plays tunes at random starting from the one being played, in a range
128 tunes ahead and back of the tune.
N=0x05: RANDOM_FOL: Random within the folder
Plays tunes at random within the folder starting from the one being
played, in a range 128 tunes ahead and back of the tune.
・By default, N=0x00 is set.
・For the settings of the REPEAT, RANDOM and SET_REPRAND
commands, the one finally set becomes enabled.
・When system operation mode is PLAYLIST mode, operation in a folder
of N= 0x01 and 0x05 setup becomes invalid, and does not receive a
command.
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・This command sets TAG analysis mode.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any settings other than
N=0x00 will be considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Does not perform TAG analysis.
N=0x01: Performs TAG analysis.
・TAG analysis is performed immediately before the LSI starts playing a
tune, and started from the file to be searched after the setting is enabled.
・After TAG analysis is completed, the LSI writes the result to the status
register.
・By default, N=0x01: "Performs TAG analysis" is set.
N ・This command sets TOC analysis mode.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any setting other than
N=0x00 will be considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Does not perform TOC analysis.
N=0x01: Performs TOC analysis.
・When receiving the command, inserting or changing the device, the LSI
analyzes the total number of folders within the device (all the folders
including root folders) and the total number of playable files. When
receiving a command, TOC analysis is performed only at change from
OFF to ON.
・The total number of files conforms to the SEL_MP3 command.
・After TOC analysis is completed, the LSI writes the result to the status
register, and stops at the first tune in the device.
・By default, N=0x00: "Does not perform TOC analysis" is set.
L ・This command sets play time (M) and skip time (N) for fast forward and
rewind.
・Play time is a period of time to make sound. Skip time is a period of time
to skip during search.
・For fast forward and rewind, a cycle of {play time (M) + skip time (N) +
error (O)} is repeated.
The error is determined by the difference between the minimum decode
unit and the rounding error between the play time and the real time
requiring to search the skip time. The error varies depending on the file
and memory structure.
・Play time is set to M[15:0]= [6th byte, 5th byte], and skip time to N[15:0]=
[8th byte, 7th byte].
The unit is msec. By default, play time is 300ms=M[15:0]= [6th
byte=x01,5th byte=x2C], and skip time is 2100ms=N[15:0]= [8th
byte=x08,7th byte=x34].
Specifying 0x0 sets the default.
Set play time to 300ms or more, and skip time to (play time×16) or less.
When it is moved by the fast rewind play in the front to the tune, the
regenerated time of the first period may become shorter than setup time.
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・0xL in the 4 byte sets the attenuation level during fast forward and
rewind. The allowable level is -6dB X[4th byte].
Allowable setting range is from 0x00 to 0x10.
By default, 0x02=-12dB is set. Setting of 0x10 is equivalent to MUTE.
SET_TAG
4
0x61 0x10 0x05
SET_TOC
4
0x61 0x10 0x06
SET_PRM
8
0x61 0x10 0x07
BROWSING
ANALYZE_ROOT
4
PLAY_CURSOR
4
GET_TAG_CURS
OR
4
0x62 0x00 0x00 0x00 ・The LSI starts analyzing the root folder immediately after receiving the
command.
・The analysis is performed for the information of the entries (files or
subfolders) set by the SET_BROWSE_NUM command.
・Upon completion of analysis, the cursor position for browsing within the
memory is set to the first entry (file or subfolder) within the root folder.
0x62 0x01 0x00 0x00 ・This command selects the file being pointed by the memory browsing
cursor.
・If a playable file is selected, the LSI starts playing it.
・If a folder or unplayable file is selected, this command will not be
accepted.
0x62 0x01 0x01 0x00 ・This command performs TAG analysis for the file being pointed by the
memory browsing cursor.
・When a file is pointed by the memory browsing cursor, the LSI
immediately starts TAG analysis through the file. Upon completion of
analysis, the LSI writes the result to the status register.
・When a folder is pointed by the memory browsing cursor, this command
will not be accepted.
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SOR
PLAY_DIRECT
4
10
MOV_NEXT
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MOV_PREV
4
MOV_UP
4
MOV_DOWN
4
MOV_HOME
4
MOV_PLAYING
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0x62 0x01 0x03 0x00 ・This command analyzes the full path (within the memory) of the entry
pointed by the memory browsing cursor.
0x62 0x01 0x04 0x00 ・This command starts playing the file specified by the access data.
・If the access data does not specify a playable file, the LSI searches the
first tune in the device and stops.
・The position of the memory browsing cursor does not change.
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・Set the access data at the 5 -10 bytes. *2
0x62 0x02 0x01 N ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor from the current
position to the position N ahead in the sort order.
・The analysis is performed for the information of the entries specified by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command, starting from the move destination.
After the analysis is completed, the LSI writes the result to the status
register.
・If there are less than N files after the current memory browsing cursor
position in the folder, the cursor position goes to the end of the folder.
・If the sort function (SET_SORT) is OFF, the cursor moves in the FAT
order.
0x62 0x02 0x02 N ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor from the current
position to the position N backward in the sort order.
・The analysis is performed for the information of the entries specified by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command, starting from the move destination.
After the analysis is completed, the LSI writes the result to the status
register.
・If there are less than N files from the top of the folder to the current
memory browsing cursor position, the cursor position goes to the top of
the folder.
・If the sort function (SET_SORT) is OFF, the cursor moves in the FAT
order.
0x62 0x02 0x03 0x00 ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor to a higher-level
folder.
・After moving, the LSI analyzes the folder.
・If the cursor is in the highest layer (root), nothing will be done.
0x62 0x02 0x04 0x00 ・This command selects the lower-level holder pointed by the memory
browsing cursor to move. After moving, the LSI analyzes the folder.
・When a folder is selected, the LSI starts analyzing it.
・When a file is selected, the LSI does not accept the command.
・If the cursor selects the folder in the lowest layer, nothing will be done.
0x62 0x02 0x05 0x00 ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor to the top of the root
folder.
・After moving, the LSI analyzes the folder.
0x62 0x02 0x06 0x00 ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor to the tune being
played.
・After moving, the LSI analyzes the folder.
・During stop or search, the LSI does not accept the command.
0x62 0x02 0x07 N ・This command moves the memory browsing cursor to the position
specified by the access data.
・After moving, the LSI starts analyzing at this position.
・Set the access data at the 5th-10th bytes. *2
・Select the operation after moving with N in the 4th byte. Select N from
the following. Any setting other than N=0x00 will be considered to
specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Only moves the cursor and analyzes.
N=0x01: If moving to a file, starts playing it.
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0x62 0x04 0x00
260
0x62 0x10 0x00
SET_PLAYLIST_D
IRECT
10
0x62 0x11 0x00
SET_PLAYLIST_C
URSOR
4
0x62 0x12 0x00
PLST_PLAY_CUR
SOR
4
0x62 0x13 0x00
PLST_GET_TAG_
CURSOR
4
0x62 0x13 0x01
PLST_MOV_NEX
T
4
0x62 0x14 0x00
PLAYLIST
SET_PLAYLIST
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・This command sets the type of file to be output to the status register
when browsing within the memory (analyzing the folder).
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: Playable file
N=0x01: Play list file
N=0x02: All files
N=0x03: Folder only (Does not browsing files.)
・The initial value depends on the mode.
In PLAYER mode: N=0x00: Playable file
In PLAYLIST mode: N=0x01: Play list file
In FILE RW: N=0x02: All files
In other cases: N=0x00: Playable file
・The setting of this command is reflected only when the
ANALYZE_ROOT command is executed. After setting the command
again, be sure to execute the ANALYZE_ROOT command.
・This command selects the play list file by full path and file name.
・The file name is set at the 5th-260th bytes. *3
・The setting for MUSIC/playlist/playlist.m3u will be: x4D 55 53 49 43 5C
70 6C 61 79 6C 69 73 74 5C 70 6C 61 79 6C 69 73 74 2E 6D 33 75 00.
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・The operation after search conforms to the setting of N in the 4 byte.
Select N from the following. Any setting other than N=0x00 will be
considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Searches the first tune and then stops.
N=0x01: Searches the first tune and then starts playing it.
・After executing this command, the position of the play list browsing
cursor is reset to the top.
N ・This command selects a play list file by access data.
・The LSI does nothing if the access data is other than play list file.
・Set the access data at the 5th-10th bytes. *2
・The operation after search conforms to the setting of N in the 4th byte.
Select N from the following. Any setting other than N=0x00 will be
considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Searches the first tune and then stops.
N=0x01: Searches the first tune and then starts playing it.
・After executing this command, the position of the play list browsing
cursor is reset to the top.
N ・This command specifies the entry pointed by the play list browsing
cursor as play list.
・The LSI does nothing if a file other than the play list is specified.
・The operation after search conforms to the setting of N in the 4th byte.
Select N from the following. Any setting other than N=0x00 will be
considered to specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Searches the first tune and then stops.
N=0x01: Searches the first tune and then starts playing it.
・After executing this command, the position of the play list browsing
cursor is reset to the top.
・When the full path of the entry that the cursor indicates is larger than that
of 256 bytes, Status1.ERROR becomes H.
0x00 ・This command plays the file pointed by the play list browsing cursor.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
・When the full path of the entry that the cursor indicates is larger than that
of 256 bytes, Status1.ERROR becomes H.
0x00 ・This command starts TAG analysis for the file pointed by the play list
browsing cursor.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
N ・This command moves the play list browsing cursor to the position N
ahead from the current position.
・The LSI analyzes the information as much as the files (or folders) set by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command. After analysis, the LSI writes the
result to the status register.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
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V
4
PLST_MOV_HOM
E
4
PLST_MOV_PLAY
ING
4
FILE RW
FOPEN_R
260
FOPEN_R_CURS
OR
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FOPEN_R_DIREC
T
10
FOPEN_W
266
FCLOSE
4
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・This command moves the play list browsing cursor to the position N
backward from the current position.
・The LSI analyzes the information as much as the files (or folders) set by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command. After analysis, the LSI writes the
result to the status register.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
0x62 0x14 0x02 0x00 ・This command moves the play list browsing cursor to the top.
・The LSI analyzes the information as much as the files (or folders) set by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command. After analysis, the LSI writes the
result to the status register.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
0x62 0x14 0x03 0x00 ・This command moves the play list browsing cursor to the tune being
played.
・The LSI analyzes the information as much as the files (or folders) set by
the SET_BROWSE_NUM command. After analysis, the LSI writes the
result to the status register.
・If any play list is not selected, the command will not be accepted.
0x62 0x14 0x01
N
0x63 0x01 0x00 0x00 ・This command specifies the full path and name of the file to be read
from the memory using the File Read function.
・If a file exists after receiving the command, open the specified file.
・The file name is set at the 5th-260th bytes. *3
0x63 0x01 0x01 0x00 ・This command specifies the file pointed by the memory browsing cursor
for the one to be read from the memory using the File Read function.
・If a file exists after receiving the command, open the specified file.
・When the full path of the entry that the cursor indicates is larger than that
of 256 bytes, Status1.ERROR becomes H.
0x63 0x01 0x02 0x00 ・This command specifies the access data of the file to be read from the
memory using the File Read function.
・The access data is 6 bytes. Set it at the 5th-10th bytes. *2
・If a file exists after receiving the command, open the specified file.
0x63 0x02 0x00 0x00 ・This command specifies the full path, name, and update date information
of the file to be written to the memory using the File Write function.
・After receiving the command, open the specified file.
・You can set the update date information in terms of year, month, day
and time.
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・Set the update date information at the 5 -10 bytes in BCD format in the
order of year (upper), year (lower), month, day, hour, and minute. If all
the data of the update date information is set to 0x00, the LSI considers
that 0x20, 0x09, 0x01, 0x01, 0x12, and 0x00 are specified when
processing the data.
th
th
・The file name is set at the 11 -266 bytes. *3
・If the specified file does not exist, it should be created.
・A file with the same name that already exists will be deleted.
・After creating a file, the structure of the file creation folder (including the
intermediate folders) is changed. Thus, when using the browsing
function, you should start over browsing analysis by ANALYZE_ROOT.
0x63 0x03 0x00 0x00 ・This command closes the file.
・After the File Read/Write function is completed, CLOSE the file.
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・This command selects the BUS to be used with the File Read/Write
function.
When selecting the I2C bus, data of up to 256 bytes can be read/written
at one transfer.
When selecting the SPI bus, data up to 4 Kbytes can be read/written at
one transfer.
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・Set the BUS type to be used with N at the 3 byte. Select N from the
following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: Uses the I2C bus.
N=0x01: Uses the 8-bit SPI bus.
N=0x02: Uses the 16-bit SPI bus.
N=0x03: Uses the 32-bit SPI bus.
・Set a SPI mode with M at the 4th byte. Select M at the 4th byte from the
following. If any other setting is specified, the LSI does nothing. If
N=0x00, the following M values will become disabled.
M=0x00: Uses SPI mode 0. M=0x01: Uses SPI mode 1.
M=0x02: Uses SPI mode 2.
M=0x03: Uses SPI mode 3.
・By default, N=0x00: "Uses the I2C bus" is set (M=0x00).
4/260 0x63 0x05 N
N ・This command specifies data size to be written and the data itself.
・At 0xN(16bit) in the 3rd and 4th bytes, specify the data size to be written
at one transfer in Little Endian format.
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・When using the I2C bus, set the data at the 5 -260 bytes. Data of up
to 256 bytes can be sent at one time.
・When using the SPI bus, the LSI waits until the FWRREADY bit turns 1
after this command is sent, and then starts transferring the data through
that bus. When the transferred data reaches the data size specified by
SPI transfer, the LSI starts writing the data to the memory. Data of up
to 4096 bytes can be sent at one time.
・If the specified data size does not match the data size actually sent, this
command is assumed to be an error.
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0x63 0x06 N
N ・This command specifies the position of data to be read from the file at
File Read.
・Specify the data position to be read in the 3rd to 6th bytes in Little Endian
format.
・When using the I2C bus, send this command and then check that the
FRDREADY bit turns 1. Then, send the READ_FR_DATA command.
Data of up to 256 bytes can be read at one time.
・When using the SPI bus, send this command and then check that the
FRDREADYA bit turns 1. Then, read the data from the SPI bus. Data
of up to 4096 bytes can be read at one time.
260 0x63 0x07 0x00 0x00 ・This command deletes the file or folder specified by the full path.
・The file name is set at the 5th-260th bytes. *3
・The command deletes a folder only when there is no file (or folder) in it.
・After deleting a file or folder, the structure of the folder where the deleted
file (or folder) existed is changed. Thus, when using the browsing
function, you should start over browsing analysis by ANALYZE_ROOT.
4
0x63 0x04
FDEL_CURSOR
4
SET_CLRPATH_C
UR
9
0x63 0x07 0x01 0x00 ・This function deletes the file or folder being pointed by the memory
browsing cursor.
・The command deletes a folder only when there is no file in it.
・After deletion, the cursor positions at the top of the folder where the
deleted file or folder existed. Then, the LSI analyzes the folder.
・When the full path of the entry that the cursor indicates is larger than that
of 256 bytes, FIOERROR becomes H.
0x6F 0x00 0x00 0x00 ・Please specify 0x4D 0x90 0x00 0x10 0x00 for 5byte to 9byte.
・The internal path get flag set by the FDEL_CURSOR command and the
FOPEN_R_CURSOR command execution is cleared.
・Please send this command before the GET_PATH_CURSOR command
send after FDEL_CURSOR command and FOPEN_R_CURSOR
command send.
FWRITE_DAT
FREAD_DAT
FDEL
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START_ENCODE
261
*1
STOP_ENCODE
0x64 0x01 0x00 0x00 ・This command specifies the full path, name and update date information
of the file to be written during encode, opens the file, and starts
encoding.
・After receiving the command and opening the file, the LSI brings the
data into the internal buffer and soon starts encoding it sequentially.
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th
・Set the update date information at the 5 -10 bytes in BCD format in the
order of year (upper), year (lower), month, day, hour, and minute. If all
the data of the update date information is set to 0x00, the LSI considers
that 0x20, 0x09, 0x01, 0x01, 0x12, and, 0x00 are specified when
processing the data.
・The file name is set at the 11th-261st bytes. *3
・If the external memory is set to “file write enabled”, and the file name is
not set (0x00), the LSI will not accept the command.
・If any files having the same name exist, the LSI append a number (1,
2….) to the end of each file name.
・By default, the file is not opened. The encode function is disabled.
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0x64 0x02 0x00
N
・This command terminates encoding and closes the file.
・Select the operation for closing files at the 4th byte. Select N at the 4th
byte from the following. Any other settings will not accept the
command.
N=0x00: Leaves the file and closes it.
N=0x01: Deletes the file and closes it.
・By default, N=0x00: "Leaves the file and closes it" is set.
4
0x64 0x03 0x00
N
4
0x64 0x04
M
・This command sets the 3 pair data comparison and connection function.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: Disables the 3 pair data comparison and connection function.
N=0x01: Enables the 3 pair data comparison and connection function.
・After receiving the command with “enabled” setting, the LSI compares
the data when the input data is valid, and brings the data into the internal
buffer when the 3 pair data is matched.
・After matching the data and starting fetching it into the internal buffer,
the LSI disables the comparison and connection function.
・When the command is set to “disabled”, the LSI brings the input data
into the internal buffer if it is valid.
・By default, the comparison and connection function is disabled.
・This command sets the encode format and the play status during
encode.
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・Set the encode format with N at the 3 byte. Select N from the
following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: Writes to MP3 external memory (USB, SD).
N=0x01: -(Not used)
N=0x02: Writes to WAV external memory (USB, SD).
N=0x03: -(Not used)
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・Set the play status during encode with M at the 4 byte. Select M at
th
the 4 byte from the following. Any other settings will not accept the
command.
M=0x00: Does not play.
M=0x01: - ,
M=0x02: M=0x03: Input through (Thins out pre-encoded input data internally by
44.1 kHz and outputs it to DAC.) The voice is not output while the
comparison connection is operating.
・By default, N=0x00: "Writes to MP3 external memory (USB,SD)", and
M=0x00: "Does not play" are set.
・Do this setting before opening the encode file (before
START_ENCODE). Any change made after opening the file will not be
accepted.
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・Set the format of the input from CD with N at the 3rd byte. Select N
from the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: Inputs in I2S (32 fs) format.
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N=0x01: Inputs in I S (48 fs) format.
N=0x02: Inputs in I2S (64 fs) format.
N=0x04: Inputs in EIAJ (32 fs) format.
N=0x05: Inputs in EIAJ (48 fs) format.
N=0x06: Inputs in EIAJ (64 fs) format.
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・Set the sample rate of the input from CD with M at the 4 byte. Select M
from the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
M=0x00: 32 kHz, M=0x01: 44.1 kHz, M=0x02: 48 kHz
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the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
L=0x00: 32 kbps, L=0x01: 64 kbps, L=0x02: 128 kbps
L=0x03: 192 kbps, L=0x04: 256 kbps, L=0x05: 320 kbps
・By default, N=0x05: "EIAJ (48 fs)", M=0x01: "44.1 kHz", and L=0x02:
"128 kbps" are set.
・Do this setting before opening the encode file (before START_ENC).
Any change after opening the file will not be accepted.
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M ・This command sets ID3 V2.3 TAG to be written during encode.
・Up to 64 bytes of TAG can be written to TITLE, ARTIST, ALBUM, and
GENRE.
・Set the TAG type with N at the 3rd byte. Select N from the following.
Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: TITLE,
N=0x01: ARTIST,
N=0x02: ALBUM, N=0x03: GENRE
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following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
M=0x00: ISO-8859-1 or no specification (Native [Shift-JIS etc.])
M=0x01: UTF-16 (Unicode with BOM)
・When specifying M=0x01, BOM(U+FEFF) is required to identify Endian.
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be written is less than 64 bytes, embed the empty bytes with 0x00s.
・Do this setting before opening the encode file (before
START_ENCODE). Any change after opening the file will not be
accepted.
・When closing the file (STOP_ENCODE), this setting is cleared.
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・This command enables CD-ROM input.
・Set the ECC retry count with N at the 3rd byte. Specify N within the
range from 0x00 to 0x0F. Any other settings will not accept the
command.
・When N=0x00, error correction is performed only for EDC. When
N=0x01 to 0x0F, the LSI executes EDC and then executes ECC as many
times as specified (retry specification).
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from the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
M=0x00: Inputs in I2S (32fs) format.
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M=0x02: Inputs in I2S (64fs) format.
M=0x04: Inputs in EIAJ (32fs) format.
M=0x05: Inputs in EIAJ (48fs) format.
M=0x06: Inputs in EIAJ (64fs) format.
・By default, N=0x03: "ECC retry count 3" and M=0x05: "Inputs in EIAJ
(48fs) format" are set.
・By default, CD-ROM input is disabled.
0x65 0x01 0x01 0x00 ・This command disables CD-ROM input.
・The command cancels the SEEK request (necessary LBN request).
・When the LSI is analyzing the CD-ROM file system, the command stops
analysis.
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STOP_CDANA
CD_SET_VD
CD_SET_LBN
4 or8 0x65 0x01 0x02 0x00 ・This command starts analyzing the CD-ROM file system.
・After receiving the command, the LSI requests the necessary LBN.
・When the necessary LBN data is input, the LSI analyzes the data. After
analysis, it outputs the analyzed result to the status register.
・If the command length is less than 8 bytes, the LSI searches the
CD-ROM file system information starting from LBN=0.
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・To analyze the file system information after the 2 session on the
multi-session disk, you must specify the starting LBN. In this case,
specify the LBN in which the file system information resides (after the
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start position of this session) at the 5 -8 bytes in Little Endian format.
・Reset the acquisition state of a file/folder information.
4
0x65 0x01 0x03 0x00 ・This command stops or suspends analysis of the CD-ROM file system.
・If the file system analysis is not completed, you can restart it.
4
0x65 0x02 0x00 N ・This command set Volume Descriptor, which is preferred during the
CD-ROM file system analysis, at the 4th byte.
・Select N at the 4th byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: PVD preferred
N=0x01: SVD preferred
・By default, N=0x00: "PVD preferred" is set.
12- 0x65 0x03 0x00 N ・This command sets the information on the file to be played (first LBN, file
size, file name and file kind).
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・Select N at the 4 byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x01:MP3 , N=0x02:WMA
Please specify the value read by the READ_CD_FILE command as it
is.
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・Set the size data at the 9 -12th bytes in Little Endian format.
・Set the file name at the 13th and following bytes with NUL (0x00) at the
end. If the command length is less than 14 bytes, do not set the file
name. In this case, the file name is obtained as a null character string with
some commands such as READ_PFILE_NAME.
・After receiving the command, the LSI requests necessary LBN. When
the valid data is input, the LSI starts decoding the data.
・When the playing of the file ends, the next tune is selected, and it
becomes stop condition.
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*2 The access data must analyze the browsing, and use the acquired data.
Please analyze again when the exchange or the file of media is deleted,
and the file is written, and acquire the access data.
*3 The full path of file name is 256 bytes at maximum (including drive letter (A:¥), file name and extension) and less
than 16 class. Please specify the full path in the language set by the SET_LANG command. Please set N=0x00
to the SET_LANG2 command.
If the length is less than 256 bytes, insert 0x00 at the end. Insert ”¥”(0x5C) for the delimiter between folder layers.
The drive letter is "A:¥" for USB and "B:¥" for SD. You can also specify the path in a format without drive letter. If
the full path has a drive letter different from the one for the memory being selected, Status1.ERROR=H occurs.
(For example, "B:¥" is set for the full path when USB is selected.)
The full path becomes 251 bytes or less when START_ENCODE command.
Table 32. Command enable/disable in each system operation mode
Command
Command enable/disable in
each system operation mode
CONFI PLAYE FILE
G
R
RW
CONFIG
CHG_SYSTEM_M
ODE
STOP
ABORT
CHG_DEV
Command enable/disable
in each status
PLAYL IPL
CD-D CD-R STOP PLAY SEAR SEAR Analy Write ERRO
IST
WRITE A
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DIS_WDT
SET_WDT
SET_SORT
SET_12MOUT
SET_LANG
SET_MP3
SET_BROWSE_N
UM
SET_PLAYINFO_N
UM
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SET_UTPKT
GET_DEV_FREE
SET_LANG2
SET_OUTLANG
SET_TOUT_TUR
SET_IDL_TIME
SET_TUR_PASS
SET_THR1
SET_THR2
SET_THR3
PLAY control
PLAY
PAUSE
HOME
PLAYMODE
VOL+
VOLREPEAT
RANDOM
FF
FB
FOL+
FOLPLAY_RESUME
PLAY Setting
SET_DOUT
SET_EQ
SET_VOL
SET_NEXT
SET_REPRAND
SET_TAG
SET_TOC
SET_PRM
BROWSING
ANALYZE_ROOT
PLAY_CURSOR
GET_TAG_CURSO
R
GET_PATH_CURS
OR
PLAY_DIRECT
MOV_NEXT
MOV_PREV
MOV_UP
MOV_DOWN
MOV_HOME
MOV_PLAYING
MOV_DIRECT
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SET_EXTENSION
PLAYLIST
SET_PLAYLIST
SET_PLAYLIST_DI
RECT
SET_PLAYLIST_C
URSOR
PLST_PLAY_CUR
SOR
PLST_GET_TAG_
CURSOR
PLST_MOV_NEXT
PLST_MOV_PREV
PLST_MOV_HOME
PLST_MOV_PLAYI
NG
FILE RW
FOPEN_R
FOPEN_R_CURSO
R
FOPEN_R_DIREC
T
FOPEN_W
FCLOSE
SET_FRW_BUS
FWRITE_DAT
FREAD_DAT
FDEL
FDEL_CURSOR
SET_CLRPATH_C
UR
CD-DA
START_ENCODE
*1
STOP_ENCODE *1
SET_COMP_MOD
E *1
SET_ENCODE_M
ODE *1
SET_ENCODE_PR
M *1
SET_ENCODE_TA
G *1
CD-ROM
START_CDROM
STOP_CDROM
START_CDANA
STOP_CDANA
CD_SET_VD
CD_SET_LBN
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26.2 Status output
The operation information, such as internal statuses, play time, folders, files and Tags, is output using an I2C interface.
The statuses shown in Table33 Status Register Map are output.
When reading status via I2C, the OFFSET position is automatically incremented after reading byte data. However, by
issuing the I2C start condition, the OFFSET position is reset to OFFSET specified by the previous command.
To read statuses, two methods are available: to specify OFFSET of the status register map and read any bytes
continuously from the OFFSET position; and to read byte data by a command without specifying the OFFSET position.
Table 34 shows the status output commands.
Byte data, when reading via I2C, is output in Little Endian format.
When read over OFFSET=0x140, OFFSET does not return to 0x00, therefore the read value turns into an unfixed
value.
Table 33. Status Register Map
OFFSET
Status
0x00
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STATUS2
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STATUS4
STATUS5
0x05
STATUS6
0x06
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0x08
VOLINF
DOUTINF
PMODEINF
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SEL_MP3
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0x1A
0x1B
0x1C
PSEC
PMINL
PMINH
TSEC
TMINL
TMINH
LANGL
LANGH
PFOLNL
PFOLNH
PFILENFLL
PFILENFLH
PFILENFHL
PFILENFHH
PFILENMLL
PFILENMLH
PFILENMHL
PFILENMHH
TFOLMEML
0x1D
TFOLMEMH
0x1E
TFILEMEMLL
0x1F
TFILEMEMLH
0x20
TFILEMEMHL
0x21
TFILEMEMHH
0x22
BROWSESTAT
0x23
NUMANAFOLLL
0x24
NUMANAFOLL
H
bit7
(MSB)
ERROR
IRPTO
bit6
bit5
bit4
bit3
bit2
bit1
bit0
(LSB)
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
PRECOM RES_ERR DEC_ERR
SEARCH
BUSY
MCHNG
0
STOP_INF
INIT_END
O
USBINS
SDINS
USBFILE
SDFILE MDEVUSB MDEVSD PDEVUSB PDEVSD
SEL_TOC TINFUSB
TINFSD SET_TAG ANA_TAG TAGINFO
0
SEL_USBS
FBP
FFP
PLAYFILE
D
PRECOMS
TAT
0
0
0
VOLINF
EQINF
DOUTINF
REPEATIN
SETNEXTI
F
NF
0
0
0
0
WDT_RFL 12MOUT SET_SOR SET_MP3
G
T
PSECH
PSECL
PMINLH
PMINLL
PMIHH
PMINHL
TSECH
TSECL
TMINLH
TMINLL
TMINHH
TMINHL
LANGL
LANGH
PFOLNL
PFOLNH
PFILENLL
PFILENLH
PFILENHL
PFILENHH
PFILENLL
PFILENLH
PFILENHL
PFILENHH
TFOLMEM
L
TFOLMEM
H
TFILEMEM
LL
TFILEMEM
LH
TFILEMEM
HL
TFILEMEM
HH
ANA_ERR
0
GET_PATH_E GET_TAG_EN GET_TAG_ID
ANA_CUR
ND
D
NUMANAF
OLLL
NUMANAF
OLLH
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0x25
0x26
0x27
0x28
0x29
0x2A
0x2B
0x2C
0x2D
0x2E
0x2F
0x30
0x31
0x32
0x33
0x34
0x35
0x36
0x37
0x38 0x13F
OFFSET
0x00
0x01
NUMANAFOLH
L
NUMANAFOLH
H
TFILEANAFOLL
L
TFILEANAFOLL
H
TFILEANAFOLH
L
TFILEANAFOLH
H
TFOLANAFOLL
NUMANAF
OLHL
NUMANAF
OLHH
TFILEANA
FOLLL
TFILEANA
FOLLH
TFILEANA
FOLHL
TFILEANA
FOLHH
TFOLANA
FOLL
TFOLANAFOLH
TFOLANA
FOLH
TFOLANAHEIR
TFOLANA
L
FOLL
PLISTPLAY
PLIST_GT PLIST_TA PLIST_BR PLIST_BR PLISTERR
0
AG_END G_EXIST
_ERR
_BSY
FIOSTAT
FIOERR
0
FIORW
FIOOPEN FRDREAD FWRREAD
Y
Y
FIOSET
FIOBUS
FIOSPIMD
FIOOPE
IPLWMODE
0
0
IPLWMOD IPLWMOD IPLWEER IPLWEXIS
EACT
EEND
R
T
ENCON
ENCERR
0
ENCEND ENCCLOS MEMACC
ENC
E
COMPON
TAGW
ENCMP3 ENCMEM ENCMEM
0
COMPOPE
W
2
ENC_PLAY
ENC_INFO
ENC_PLA
RM
Y
ENC_BITRATE
ENC_INSR
ENC_BITR
ATE
CDROMON
0
0
SEEK
CDROMAN CDROMAN
AERR
AEND
MEMINFO
MEMINFO
0
0
COMAREA
Status
STATUS1
STATUS2
PLISTOPE PLISTPLA
N
Y
FIOSEARC FIOMODE
H
IPLSERCH IPLWMOD
E
ENCSEAR ENCON
CH
COMPOPE COMPON
1
CDROMAN CDROMO
ABUSY
N
IRPTOINT IRPTODEV
ICE
COMAREA
bit
7
6:5
NAME
ERROR
SEARCH
4
3
BUSY
MCHNG
2
1
0
7
6
5:4
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
IRPTO
0
STOP_INFO
3
INIT_END
2
PRECOM
1
0
RES_ERR
DEC_ERR
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ERROR situation
0 ; Nothing error, 1 ; Error
SEARCH situation
0: Search stop, 1: Under a search (file search) ,
2: Under a search (under device recognition)
BUSY situation
0: non-BUSY , 1:BUSY
Music change detection 0: Under a music end / stop, 1: Stop after search/
Playing.
STOP state
0: not stopped, 1: Under a stop
PAUSE state
0: not stopped, 1: Under a stop
Playing state
0: not reproducing, 1: Under Playing
IRPTO interruption state
0: Nothing interruption, 1;interruption
0
Stop state detailed information
0: It is except during the stop/stop after device mount, 1: Stop pulled
[ music ] out the head, 2: Error stop, 3: Stop by the RPT_OFF function
The completion situation of initialization
0: Incomplete
1: When a
program is normally loaded from FLASH completed and (set to 1 at the
time of either of the followings) connected and a program is normally
downloaded from the host who has connected
The last command situation 0;Normal receptionist, 1;Abnormalities
(un-receiving)
Resume error
0: With no error, 1: Error
Decoding error
0: With no error, 1: Error
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0x03
STATUS3
STATUS4
7
USBINS
6
SDINS
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
USBFILE
SDFILE
MDEVUSB
MDEVSD
PDEVUSB
PDEVSD
SEL_TOC
TINFUSB
5
TINFSD
4
3
2:0
SET_TAG
ANA_TAG
TAGINFO
7
6
5
4
3:0
7:0
0
SEL_USBSD
FBP
FFP
PLAYFILE
PRECOMSTAT
0x04
STATUS5
0x05
STATUS6
0x06
VOLINF
7:5
4:0
0
VOLINF
0x07
DOUTINF
7:4
3:0
EQINF
DOUTINF
0x08
PMODEINF
7:4
REPEATINF
3:0
SETNEXTINF
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
WDT_RFLG
12MOUT
SET_SORT
0
SET_MP3
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
PSECH
PSECL
PMINLH
PMINLL
PMINHH
PMINHL
TSECH
TSECL
TMINLH
TMINLL
TMINHH
TMINHL
0x09
SEL_MP3
0x0A
PSEC
0x0B
PMINL
0x0C
PMINH
0x0D
TSEC
0x0E
TMINL
0x0F
TMINH
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USB connection detection 0:USB un-connecting, 1:USB connection
detection
SD connection detection
0:SD un-connecting, 1:SD connection
detection
Playable file existence in a USB memory 0;Nothing, 1;existence
Playable file existence in a SD memory 0;Nothing, 1;existence
USB memory recognition situation
0: Un-recognizing, 1: Recognition
SD memory recognition situation 0: Un-recognizing, 1: Recognition
USB memory situation
0: Under a stop, 1: Under Playing/TAG analysis
SD memory situation
0: Under a stop, 1: Under Playing/TAG analysis
TOC analysis setup 0:TOC analysis OFF , 1:TOC analysis ON
Acquisition of total file/folder number in a USB memory.
0: Un-acquiring, 1: Finishing acquisition
Acquisition of total file/folder number in a SD memory.
0: Un-acquiring, 1: Finishing acquisition
TAG analysis setup 0:TAG analysis OFF, 1:TAG analysis ON
TAG analysis situation 0;TAG analysis stop, 1;Under TAG analysis
Existence TAG kind
0:ID 3V1, 1:ID 3V2, 2;With WMA, 3;AAC, 4:WAV, and 7: no TAG
information
0
Device recognition priority situation
0:SD>USB
1:USB>SD
Fast back Playing situation 0: normal Playing, 1:fast-back Playing
Fast forward Playing situation 0: normal Playing, 1:fast-forward Playing
Playing file information 1:MP3, 2:WMA, 3:AAC, 4:WAV
The last command receptionist situation detailed information; The last
command outputs whether it received normally.
A state is held to the following command. A state is not cleared by the lead
command.
The 0th bit is the same as that of PRECOM status. They are the contents
at the time of abnormalities except it.
0
Volume setting information. The value set up by SET_VOL [4:0] is
outputted.
EQ setting information. The value set up by SET_EQ [3:0] is outputted.
Audio output setting information. The value set up by SET_DOUT [3:0] is
outputted.
REPEAT MODE setting information. The value set up by SET_REPRAND
[3:0] is outputted.
PLAY NEXT MODE setting information. The value set up by SET_NEXT
[3:0] is outputted.
0
0
0
0
Monitor register for WDT
0:after RESET
12MHz clock output
0:OFF, 1:ON
file sorting functional setup 0;SORT function OFF, 1;SORT function
effective
MP3 file Playing setup
0; Extensions mp1 and mp2, mp3 Playing, 1; Reproduce only extension
mp3.
Playing time second information [7:4] x 10 seconds
Playing time second information [3:0] x 1 second
Playing time minutes information [7:4] x 10 minutes
Playing time minutes information [3:0] x 1 minute
Playing time minutes information [7:4] x 1000 minutes
Playing time minutes information [3:0] x 100 minutes
1 track time second information [7:4] x 10 seconds
1 track time second information [3:0] x 1 second
1 track time minutes information [7:4] x 10 minutes
1 track time minutes information [3:0] x 1 minute
1 track time minutes information [7:4] x 1000 minutes
1 track time minutes information [3:0] x 100 minutes
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0x10
0x11
0x12
LANGL
LANGH
PFOLNL
7:0
7:0
7:0
LANGL
LANGH
PFOLNL
0x13
0x14
PFOLNH
PFILENFLL
7:0
7:0
PFOLNH
PFILENLL
0x15
0x16
0x17
0x18
0x19
0x1A
0x1B
0x1C
0x1D
0x1E
PFILENFLH
PFILENFHL
PFILENFHH
PFILENMLL
PFILENMLH
PFILENMHL
PFILENMHH
TFOLMEML
TFOLMEMH
TFILEMEML
L
TFILEMEML
H
TFILEMEMH
L
TFILEMEMH
H
BROWSEST
AT
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
7:0
PFILENLH
PFILENHL
PFILENHH
PFILENLL
PFILENLH
PFILENHL
PFILENHH
TFOLMEML
TFOLMEMH
TFILEMEMLL
TAG character code information lower byte [7:0]
TAG character code information higher byte [15:8]
Playing folder number in memory. Lower byte [7:0]
ROOT becomes No.1. A number is shaken in order of sorting.
Playing folder number in memory. Higher rank byte [15:8]
Playing file number in the present folder. [15:0], lower byte [7:0], a number
is shaken from No.1 in order of sorting.
Playing file number in the present folder. [15:0], Higher rank byte [15:8]
Playing file number in the present folder. [31:16], Low rank byte [23:16]
Playing file number in the present folder. [31:16], Higher rank byte [31:24]
Playing file number in the memory. [15:0] Low rank byte [7:0]
Playing file number in the memory. [15:0] Higher rank byte [15:8]
Playing file number in the memory. [31:16] Low rank byte [23:16]
Playing file number in the memory. [31:16] Higher rank byte [31:24]
The number of total folders in a memory. low rank byte [7:0]
The number of total folders in a memory. higher rank byte [15:8]
The number of total files in memory. [15:0] low-rank byte [7:0]
7:0
TFILEMEMLH
The number of total files in memory. [15:0] higher-rank [15:8]
7:0
TFILEMEMHL
The number of total files in memory. [31:16] low-rank byte [23:16]
7:0
TFILEMEMHH
The number of total files in memory. [31:16] higher-rank byte [31:24]
7
ANA_ERR
6
5
0
GET_PATH_END
4
GET_TAG_END
3:1
GET_TAG_ID
0
7:0
ANA_CUR
NUMANAFOLLL
7:0
NUMANAFOLLH
7:0
NUMANAFOLHL
7:0
NUMANAFOLHH
7:0
TFILEANAFOLLL
7:0
TFILEANAFOLLH
7:0
TFILEANAFOLHL
7:0
TFILEANAFOLHH
7:0
TFOLANAFOLL
7:0
TFOLANAFOLH
7:0
TFOLANAHEIRL
7
PLIST_GTAG_EN
D
PLIST_TAG_EXIS
T
PLIST_BR_ERR
0x1F
0x20
0x21
0x22
0x23
NUMANAFO
LLL
0x24
NUMANAFO
LLH
NUMANAFO
LHL
NUMANAFO
LHH
TFILEANAF
OLLL
TFILEANAF
OLLH
TFILEANAF
OLHL
TFILEANAF
OLHH
TFOLANAF
OLL
TFOLANAF
OLH
TFOLANAH
EIRL
PLISTPLAY
0x25
0x26
0x27
0x28
0x29
0x2A
0x2B
0x2C
0x2D
0x2E
6
5
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Browsing analysis Error 0: With no error
1: Error-generate in
analysis.
Cursor position folder path analysis situation
0;Under folder path un-analyzing/analysis, 1;Finishing of folder path
analysis
Cursor position TAG analysis situation
0: Under TAG un-analyzing/analysis, 1: Finishing of TAG analysis
Existence TAG kind
0:ID 3V1, 1:ID 3V2, 2;With WMA, 3;AAC, 4:WAV, and 7: no TAG
information
Cursor position entry analysis. 0;Analysis stop, 1;Under analysis
Cursor position number in a cursor existence folder [15:0]
The entry number which the cursor within the folder in which low rank byte
[7:0] cursor exists has pointed out is outputted. A number is shaken from
No.1 in order of sorting in a folder.
Cursor position number in a cursor existence folder [15:0] Higher rank byte
[15:8]
Cursor position number in a cursor existence folder [31:16] Low rank byte
[23:16]
Cursor position number in a cursor existence folder [31:16] Higher rank
byte [31:24]
The number of files total in a cursor existence folder [15:0] Low rank byte
[7:0]
The number of files total in a cursor existence folder [15:0] Higher rank
byte [15:8]
The number of files total in a cursor existence folder [31:16] Low rank byte
[23:16]
The number of files total in a cursor existence folder [31:16] Higher rank
byte [31:24]
The number of subfolders total in a cursor existence folder [15:0] Low rank
byte [7:0]
The number of subfolders total in a cursor existence folder [15:0] Higher
rank byte [15:8]
The class’s number of cursor existence folder [7:0] A ROOT class is set to
1.
TAG analysis situation on Browsing cursor position in Play LIST
0: Under TAG un-analyzing / analysis , 1:End of TAG analysis
TAG existence situation on Browsing cursor position in Play LIST
0: With no TAG, 1: with TAG
Browsing error situation in Play LIST. 0: Normal end
1: Error
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3
2
1
0
0x2F
FIOSTAT
7
6
5
4
3
2
0x30
FIOSET
1
0
7:6
5:4
3:0
0x31
IPLWMODE
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0x32
ENCON
*1
0x33
COMPON
*1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
0x34
ENC_PLAY
*1
0x35
ENC_BITRA
TE
*1
CDROMON
0x36
1
0
7:4
3:0
7:4
3:0
7
6
5
4
3:2
1
Datasheet
PLIST_BR_BSY
Browsing BUSY situation in Play LIST 0:Not-BUSY, 1:BUSY (under
analysis)
PLISTERR
Situation support to Play LIST. 0: With no error, 1: format Error.
0
0
PLISTOPEN
PLAY LIST file setting situation. 0;Un-setting up, 1;Play List setuped
PLISTPLAY
PLAY LIST MODE effective/invalid. 0: invalid, 1 :P LAY LIST MODE is
effective
FIOERR
FILE IO Error situation
0: With no Error, 1:Error
0
0
FIORW
FILE IO Read/Write mode
0:Read mode, 1:Write mode
FIOOPEN
FILE OPEN state
0: Un-open 1;during file open
FRDREADY
Read-out FIFO preparation situation 0:Under preparation, 1:Preparation
O.K.
FWRREADY
Write-in FIFO preparation situation 0:Under preparation, 1:Preparation
O.K. (it is used only at the time of SPI bus use)
FIOSEARCH
FILE IO processing situation
0:Processing stop, 1:Under processing
FIOMODE
FILE IO mode effective/invalid 0;invalid
1; effective
FIOBUS
FILE IO use BUS kind setup. 0: I2C, 1:SPI (8 bits), 2:SPI (16 bits), 2:SPI
(32 bits)
FIOSPIMD
FILE IO SPI mode setup. 0:SPI MODE0, 1:SPI MODE1, 2:SPI MODE2,
3:SPI MODE3
FIOOPE
The contents situation of FILE IO processing
0;With no processing , 1;OPEN, 2;Read, 3;Write, 4;Close, 5;Delete
0
0
0
0
IPLWMODEACT IPL FLASH ROM rewriting operation situation. 0;Stop, 1;Under operation
IPLWMODEEND IPL FLASH ROM rewriting processing end situation. 0;during operation,
1;End
IPLWEERR
IPL FLASH ROM Write Error Situation. 0;With no Error, 1;Write Error
IPLWEXIST
File existence situation for rewriting in a memory. 0;With no file, 1;with a
file
IPLSERCH
File search situation for rewriting in a memory. 0;Search stop, 1;Under
search
IPLWMODE
IPL FLASH ROM rewriting mode effective/invalid 0;invalid, 1,effective
ENCERR
Encode Error situation 0;With no Error , 1;Error
0
0
ENCEND
Encoding end situation. 0;not ended, 1;File closed and finished
ENCCLOSE
File Close operation situation 0;Stop, 1;Under Close operation
MEMACC
External memory write-in situation 0;Stop, 1;Under writing
ENC
Encoding operation situation
0;Stop, 1;Under encoding operation
ENCSEARCH
Encoding preparation situation 0;Under preparation, 1;Preparation O.K.
(data input possible state)
ENCON
Encoding mode effective/invalid
0;invalid , 1; effective
TAGW
TAG write-in setting when encoding.
0: Nothing
1:TAG write-in ON
ENCMP3
Encoding format setup
0;WAV, 1;MP3
ENCMEMW
External memory write-in setup on encoding. 0;invalid, 1; memory writing
effective
ENCMEM
The present external memory selection situation 0:SD, 1:USB
0
0
COMPOPE2
Comparison connection operation result situation
0;Un-connecting, 1;Finishing [ connection ]
COMPOPE1
Comparison connection operation situation
0;Stop, 1;Under comparison
COMPON
Comparison connection mode effective/invalid 0;invalid, 1;effective
ENC_INFORM Input format setup from CD
SET_ENCODE_PRM (3rd byte)
ENC_PLAY
Playing situation at the time of encoding. 0;With no Playing , 3;Input
through SET_ENCODE_MODE
ENC_INSR
Input sample rate setup
SET_ENCODE_PRM (4th byte)
ENC_BITRATE
0
0
SEEK
CDROMANAERR
CDROMANAEND
CDROMANABUSY
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Bit rate setup when MP3 encoding.
SET_ENCODE_PRM (5th byte)
0
0
CD-ROM function SEEK demand situation. 0;Nothing, 1:SEEK request
CD-ROM file analysis error situation 0;no Error, 1: with Error
CD-ROM file analysis end situation 0;Un-analyzing, 2: Analysis end
CD-ROM file analysis situation
0;Stop, 1;Under analysis
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MEMINFO
0x38
COMAREA
0
7:4
3
2
1
0
CDROMON
MEMINFO
0
0
IRPTOINT
IRPTODEVICE
7:0
COMAREA
-
CD-ROM mode effective/invalid
0;invalid , 1;effective
Memory device information chosen now
0
0
Interrupt packet existence flag
0;Nothing, 1;with a packet
Device with two or more Config(s) 0:Config singular number, 1:Config
plurality
Data common area The contents change with status read-out
commands.
(When read-out exceeding OFFSET=0x140 is performed, OFFSET does
not return to 0x00, but the value read becomes unfixed)
0x13F
*1 BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.
Table 34. Status Output Commands
Command name
Comma Com
nd
mand
Byte
length
1st
Status
2nd
3rd
N
4th
M
STATUS
number
of output
bytes
・Output the arbitrary number data of bytes from the OFFSET position
where the status register map was specified.
Arbitrary
th
・OFFSET is 3rd and 4 byte. It is specified as a byte by Little Endian (M,
N= 0x00, 0x00 to 0x01, 0xFF).
READ_BUFF
4
0x6C 0x00
READ_STATUS
4
0x6D 0x00 0x00 0x00
6
・Output about internal status.
・Output about OFFSET 0x00-0x05 of a status buffer.
READ_PSET
4
0x6D 0x00 0x01 0x00
4
・Output about setting information.
・Output about OFFSET 0x06-0x09 of a status buffer.
READ_PTIME
4
0x6D 0x00 0x02 0x00
6
・Output about Playing time information.
・Output about OFFSET 0x0A-0x0F of a status buffer.
・The playing time that can be acquired when the MP3 file playing might
shift at the fast-forwarding, the rewinding, and the VBR playing. The
change in time might be not constant the playing time that can be acquired
when the low bit rate file playing.
READ_LANG
4
0x6D 0x00 0x02 0x01
2
・Output about TAG character code information.
・Output about OFFSET 0x10-0x11 of a status buffer.
・Output about the number under Playing.
・Output about OFFSET 0x12-0x1B of a status buffer.
・An exact value of file and folder number in the memory cannot be
acquired when music is specified by cursor or access data, such as a
PLAY_CURSOR command.
・Output about the file in a memory, and the number of folders.
・Output about OFFSET 0x1C-0x21 of a status buffer.
・It becomes 0 excluding PLAYER MODE.
READ_PNUM
4
0x6D 0x00 0x02 0x02
10
READ_TNUM
4
0x6D 0x00 0x02 0x03
6
READ_FNUM
4
0x6D 0x00 0x02 0x04
4
・Output the number of files which is in a folder during the present Playing.
130
・Output the file name of the file of the +Nth file during the present Playing.
・Specify N from 0x00 to SET_PLAYINFO_NUM setting value. N=0x00 is
the present file. Any other settings will not accept the command.
・Output is enabled only when the Nth file is within the same folder where
the one being played resides. If the Nth file is in a different folder, “0” is
output
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *2
130
・Output the folder name of the file being played.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *2
130
・Outputs the data which is written to TAG of the file being played.
th
th
・Specify TAG type with 0xN at the 4 bytes. Select N at the 4 byte from
the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: TITLE ,
N=0x01: ARTIST ,
N=0x02: ALBUM , N=0x03: GENRE
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *2
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・Outputs the data required to execute resume play.
・The data is output in Little Endian format.
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E
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0x6D 0x00 0x03
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0x6D 0x00 0x04 0x00
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0x6D 0x00 0x05
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・Outputs the free space analysis results of the file analyzed by the
GET_DEV_FREE command.
th
・Specify the space type to be output with N at the 4 byte. Select N at
th
the 4 byte from the following. Any other settings will be considered to
specify N=0x01.
N=0x00: Outputs the free space of the selected media by the byte.
N=0x01: Outputs the TOTAL space of the selected media by the byte.
・If the GET_DEV_FREE command has not been sent, this command
outputs “0”.
・Output a Device Descripter value when the USB memory is inserted and
chosen.
READ_DEV_FREE
4
0x6D 0x00 0x07
READ_DEVDESC
4
0x6D 0x00 0x08 0x00
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READ_CONDESC
4
0x6D 0x00 0x08 0x01
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・Output a Configration Descripter value when the USB memory has been
recognized.
READ_INQUIRY
4
0x6D 0x00 0x08 0x02
36
・Output a MSC Inquiry value when the USB memory has been
recognized.
READ_BROWSE_S
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0x6D 0x01 0x00 0x00
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・Output about the browsing analysis status in a memory.
・Output about OFFSET 0x22- of a status buffer.
READ_BROWSE_P
NUM
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0x6D 0x01 0x00 0x01
4
・Output about the cursor position number of browsing in a memory.
・Output about OFFSET 0x23-0x26 of a status buffer.
READ_BORWSE_T
NUM
4
0x6D 0x01 0x00 0x02
7
・Output about the number of entries in the folder in which the cursor of
browsing in a memory exists, and the number of classes.
・Output about OFFSET 0x27-0x2D of a status buffer.
READ_BROWSE_F
OL_INFO
4
0x6D 0x01 0x01 0x00
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・Outputs the information on the folder where the entry being pointed by
the memory browsing cursor resides. *3
READ_BROWSE_E
NTRY_INFO
4
0x6D 0x01 0x02
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0x6D 0x01 0x03
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0x6D 0x01 0x04 0x00
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1
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・Outputs the information on the Nth entry ahead from the one being
pointed by the memory browsing cursor.
・Specify N at the 4th byte. Specify N from 0x00 to SET_BROWSE_NUM
setting value. N=0x00 is the present file. Any other settings will not accept
the command. *3
・Outputs the TAG analysis results of the file analyzed by the
GET_TAG_CURSOR command.
th
・Specify the TAG type with N at the 4 byte.
th
・Select N at the 4 byte from the following. Any other settings will not
accept the command.
N=0x00: TITLE, N=0x01: ARTIST,
N=0x02: ALBUM, N=0x03: GENRE
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
・Outputs the full path (including drive letter (A:\)) of the entry pointed by
the cursor analyzed by the GET_PATH_CURSOR command.
・The drive letter is "A:\" for USB and "B:\" for SD.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
・Output about play list mode status.
・Output about OFFSET 0 x2E-x31 of a status buffer.
130
・Outputs the TAG analysis results of the file analyzed by the
PLST_GET_TAG_CURSOR command.
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・Specify the TAG type with N at the 4 byte. Select N at the 4 byte from
the following. Any other settings will not accept the command.
N=0x00: TITLE,
N=0x01: ARTIST,
N=0x02: ALBUM, N=0x03: GENRE
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
258
・Outputs the full path (including drive letter (A:\)) of the Nth entry ahead
from the one pointed by the play list browsing cursor.
・The drive letter is "A:\" for USB and "B:\" for SD.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
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・Specify N at the 4 byte. Specify N in the range from 0x00 to 0x13
("0x00" indicates the current entry).
130
・Outputs the name of the Nth file ahead from the entry pointed by the play
list browsing cursor.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
th
・Specify N at the 4 byte. Specify N in the range from 0x00 to 0x13
("0x00" indicates the current entry).
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Y_PATH
4
0x6D 0x02 0x04
N
258
・Outputs the full path (including drive letter (A:\)) of the Nth entry ahead
from the one being played.
・The drive letter is "A:\" for USB and "B:\" for SD.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
th
・Specify N at the 4 byte. Specify N in the range from 0x00 to 0x04 (0x00
indicates the current entry).
READ_PLIST_PLA
Y_NAME
4
0x6D 0x02 0x05
N
130
・Outputs the name of the Nth file ahead from the entry being played.
・Output data has the prepositive data ID (2 bytes). *3
th
・Specify N at the 4 byte. Specify N in the range from 0x00 to 0x04 (0x00
indicates the current entry).
4
0x6D 0x02 0x06 0x00
4
・Outputs the currently set number of files within the play list.
4
0x6D 0x02 0x07 0x00
4
・Outputs the currently set cursor position within the play list.
READ_FR_STATUS
4
0x6D 0x03 0x00 0x00
2
・Output about a file read and file write functional status.
・Output about OFFSET 0 x2F-0x30 of a status buffer.
READ_FR_SIZE
4
0x6D 0x03 0x01 0x00
4
・Output the file size of the file specified by the file read function.
・A unit is a byte. It outputs by LittleEndian.
READ_FR_DATA
4
0x6D 0x03 0x02 0x00
260
READ_IPL_STATU
S
4
0x6D 0x05 0x00 0x00
1
・Output about IPL Write status.
・Output about OFFSET 0x31-x34 of a status buffer.
READ_ENC_STAT
US *1
4
0x6D 0x06 0x00 0x00
4
・Output about Encode mode status.
・Output about OFFSET 0x32-0x35 of a status buffer.
READ_ENC_FILEP
ATH *1
4
0x6D 0x06 0x01 0x00
258
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S
4
0x6D 0x07 0x00 0x00
1
・Output about CD-ROM mode status.
・Output about OFFSET 0x36 of a status buffer.
READ_CD_SLBN
4
0x6D 0x07 0x01 0x00
4
・Output about the LBN number demanded by SEEK request.
・Output by LittleEndian.
READ_CD_PLBN
4
0x6D 0x07 0x01 0x01
4
・Output about the LBN number of the present input data.
・Output by LittleEndian.
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M
READ_PLIST_PNU
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READ_CD_FINUM
4
0x6D 0x07 0x01 0x02
6
READ_CD_FONUM
4
0x6D 0x07 0x01 0x03
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READ_CD_FILE
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・Reads the data of the file specified by the File Read function.
・Up to 256 bytes of data can be read at one time.
・The leading 4 bytes are file offset. They are output in Little Endian format.
・Outputs the full path (including driver letter (A:\)) of the file during encode
or previously encoded.
・The drive letter is "A:\" for USB and "B:\" for SD.
・Outputs the number of files in the file system analysis result.
・Outputs the value in Little Endian format.
・1st-2nd byte : the file information acquirable number of a file system
analysis result (n). The file information to this number can be read at
'READ_CD_FILE'.
・3rd-4th byte : The file number (m) of the head which can carry out
information acquisition is outputted.
・5th-6th byte :The total file number of a file system analysis result is
outputted. When analysis is not completed, the number of files which
analysis has ended is outputted.
・Outputs the number of folders in the file system analysis result.
・Outputs the value in Little Endian format.
・1st-2nd byte : the folder information acquirable number of a file system
analysis result (n). The folder information to this number can be read at
'READ_CD_FOL’.
・3rd-4th byte : The folder number (n) of the head which can carry out
information acquisition is outputted.
・5th-6th byte :The total folder number of a file system analysis result is
outputted. When analysis is not completed, the number of folders which
analysis has ended is outputted.
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・Outputs information of the L[15:0]={M, N} file in the file system analysis
result.
(For L, Please set up L between file information acquirable numbers
[1st-2nd byte of 'REDA_CD_FINUM'] from 1.)
・The information is output in Little Endian format.
・When file system analysis is not completed, the maximum of specified L
is recorded as information read-out completion.
The acquired information may become invalid when analysis is resumed.
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・Outputs information of the L[15:0]={M, N} folder in the file system
analysis result.
(For L, Please set up L between file information acquirable numbers
[1st-2nd byte of 'REDA_CD_FONUM'] from 1.)
・The information is output in Little Endian format.
・If L=0 is specified, the command outputs the information on CD volume.
・When file system analysis is not completed, the maximum of specified L
is recorded as information read-out completion.
The acquired information may become invalid when analysis is resumed.
0x6D 0x0A 0x00 0x00
1
・Output about the present system operation mode.
4
0x6D 0x0A 0x02 0x00
1
READ_CKSUM
4
0x6D 0x0A 0x03 0x00
5
READ_MOUNT_ER
ROR
4
0x6D 0x0A 0x04 0x00
14
READ_BFULLO
10
0x6D 0xFE 0x00 0x00
1
・5th-10th byte = it is 0x04 00 A0 D0 0x04 00 is specified.
・Outputted 1 byte the 5th bit becomes BFULLO status.
READ_STOPST1
10
0x6D 0xFE 0x00 0x00
2
・5th-10th byte = it is 0x2E 0x8F 0x00 0x10 0x02 0x00 is specified.
・Outputted internal stop status.
READ_STOPST2
10
0x6D 0xFE 0x00 0x00
1
・5th-10th byte = Please refer to the application note.
・Outputted internal stop status.
READ_MEMORY1
10
0x6D 0xFE 0x00 0x00
4
・5th-10th byte = it is 0x08 0x69 0x00 0x10 0x04 0x00 is specified.
・Outputted internal FFP status.
READ_SDWP
10
0x6D 0xFE 0x00 0x00 1
READ_FW_VER
4
0x6D 0xFF 0x00 0x00
4
・Output about a firmware version.
READ_IPL_VER
4
0x6D 0xFF 0x01 0x00
12
・Output about the image version in Flash.
・1st-2nd byte= model number, 3th-4th= year (lower 2 figures), 5th-8th=
manufacture days and months, and 9th-12th="FLAS"=0x46 0x4C0x41
0x53 is outputted.
READ_CD_FOL
4
0x6D 0x09
READ_SYSMODE
4
READ_MEMINFO
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M
・Output about the present memory information.
・Output about OFFSET 0x37 of a status buffer.
・Output the CHECK SUM calculation result when IPL download.
・Output a 1st byte= comparison result. When the 1st byte is 0x0, it shows
that comparison result is coincidence. When the 1st byte is 0x1, it shows
that comparison result is disagreement.
・Output a 2nd-3th byte are calculation result and 3th-5th byte are the
value currently written in FLASH ROM.
・Output the information on which stage of media mount went wrong when
ERROR generating.
・1st byte: The state when USB enumeration is outputted.
・2nd byte: The state when SD initialization is outputted.
・10th byte: The state when file system analysis is outputted.
・Other bytes should be disregarded.
・Please read this value only when ERROR=1.
・Also at the time, although a value is read, it is usually the information on
ERROR=0 for which the value was performed at the end.
・Please refer to process information about the details of a read-out value
at the time of a back clause media mount error.
・5th-10th byte = it is 0x04 0x02 0xA0 0xD0 0x04 0x00 is specified.
・Bit0 of the reading value outputs the state of the terminal WP of the SD
card.
*1 BU94702AKV and BU94705AKV only.
*2 See 15.6 for the output format.
*3 See 16 for the output format.
Table 35. Command enable/disable in each system operation mode
Command
READ_BUFF
READ_STATUS
READ_PSET
READ_PTIME
READ_LANG
Command enable/disable in each system operation Command enable/disable in each status
mode
CONFI PLAY FILE PLAYL IPL
CD-D CD-R STOP PLAY SEAR SEAR Analyz Write ERRO
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US
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READ_PLIST_PATH
READ_PLIST_NAME
READ_PLIST
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READ_PLIST
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READ_PLIST_TNUM
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S *1
READ_ENC_FILEPA
TH *1
READ_CD_STATUS
READ_CD_SLBN
READ_CD_PLBN
READ_CD_FINUM
READ_CD_FONUM
READ_CD_FILE
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READ_PNUM
READ_TNUM
READ_FNUM
READ_PFILE_NAME
READ_PFOL_NAME
READ_PFILE_TAG
READ_RESUME_IN
FO
READ_DEV_FREE
READ_DEVDESC
READ_CONDESC
READ_INQUIRY
READ_BROWSE
_STATUS
READ_BROWSE
_PNUM
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UM
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READ_SYSMODE
READ_MEMINFO
READ_CKSUM
READ_MOUNT_ERR
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READ_BFULLO
READ_STOPST1
READ_STOPST2
READ_MEMORY1
READ_SDWP
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●Notes for use
1)
Power on Reset
Please keep the terminal RESETX at the Low level when the power supply starts. After completely starting up 3.3V
system power supply, afterwards, please make the terminal RESETX High level after 100us after the oscillation of the
system clock is steady. Moreover, please make the terminal RESETX Low level during 100us or more when resetting it
while operating.
2)
About compatibility in USB memory device and SD memory card
According to the file structure and communication speed of an USB memory, SD memory card, this LSI might not play
back correctly.
3)
About turning on the power supply
Current rush might flow momentarily by the order of turning on the power supply and the delay in IC with two or more
power supplies, and note the capacity of the power supply coupling, the power supply, and width and drawing the GND
pattern wiring.
4)
About absolute maximum rating
When the absolute maximum rating such as the applied voltage and the ranges of the operating temperature is
exceeded, LSI might be destroyed. Please apply neither voltage nor the temperature that exceeds the absolute
maximum rating. Please execute physical measures for safety such as fuse when it is thought to exceed the absolute
maximum rating, and examine it so that the condition to exceed the absolute maximum rating is not applied to LSI.
5)
About GND Voltage
In any state of operation must be the lowest voltage about the voltage of the terminal GND. Please actually confirm the
voltage of each terminal is not a voltage that is lower than the terminal GND including excessive phenomenon.
6)
About design of overheating malfunction preventive circuit
Please design overheating malfunction preventive circuit with an enough margin in consideration of a permissible loss
in the state of using actually.
7)
About the short between terminals and the mounting by mistake
Please note the direction and the gap of position of LSI enough about LSI when you mount on the substrate. LSI might
be destroyed when mounting by mistake and energizing. Moreover, LSI might be destroyed when short-circuited by
entering of the foreign substances between the terminal and GND, between terminals, between the terminal and the
power supply of LSI.
8)
About operation in strong electromagnetic field
Use in strong electromagnetic field has the possibility of malfunctioning and evaluate it enough, please.
9)
About recording
Recording to a memory with slow access speed may require data connection operation.
Recording to all the memories cannot be guaranteed.
10)
Power off or memory disconnection under memory writing
The sudden power off or memory disconnection during recording or file write operation to a memory may break the
data in a memory.
11)
Browsing operation
With a memory with slow access speed, Browsing operation during music playing may generate skipping.
12)
CD-ROM playing
CD-ROM playing operation is premised on data being inputted so that an internal data buffer may not become empty.
When an input does not meet the deadline and internal data buffers become empty, skipping occurs.
13)
Playing time of MP3 file
The playing time when MP3 file playing may shift when fast forward playing, rewinding playing, and VBR playing.
14)
Write-in operation exceeding memory size
When memory size is exceeded, IC will stop writing to a file and will be in an error condition.
15)
Write-in operation of the file size exceeding FAT specification
When file size is exceeded, IC will stop writing to a file and will be in an error condition.
16)
About WMA
Windows Media Audio is the music compression technology which Microsoft Corp. developed.
Windows Media is the registered trademark of U.S. Microsoft Corporation in the U.S., and other countries.
2
17)
About I C format I/F
2
Although this LSI has adopted the I C format, the level shifter circuit is not built in.
For this reason, level shifter is needed for connection with the device besides the range of operating power supply
voltage of this LSI.
18)
About " Made for iPod / iPhone / iPad License "
For using of BU94607AKV / BU94705AKV, It is necessary to become a licensee of Apple Inc. regarding "Made for
iPod/iPhone/iPad License"
Status of this document
The Japanese version of this document is the formal specification. A customer may use this translation version only for
a reference.
To help reading the formal version. If there are any differences in translation version of this document, formal version
takes priority.
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●Information about ordering part number
B
U
9
4
x
0
x
A
K
Part Number
BU94605A
(iPod not support, MP3 encode not support)
BU94607A(iPod support, MP3 encode not support)
BU94702A (iPod not support, MP3 encode support)
BU94705A(iPod support, MP3 encode support)
V
-
Package
KV: VQFP80
E2
Packaging and forming specification
E2: Reel-formed emboss taping
None: Tray, Tube
VQFP80
<Tape and Reel information>
14.0 ± 0.2
12.0 ± 0.1
60
41
40
1.25
1000pcs
1pin
+0.05
0.145 -0.03
1PIN MARK
S
4 +6
-4
1.4±0.05
0.1±0.05
1.6MAX
0.5±0.15
20
1
1.0±0.2
21
80
Tray (with dry pack)
Quantity
Direction of feed Direction of product is fixed in a tray
1.25
12.0±0.1
14.0±0.2
61
Container
0.08 S
+0.05
0.2 -0.04
0.5 ± 0.1
0.08
M
∗ Order quantity needs to be multiple of the minimum quantity.
(Unit : mm)
VQFP80
<Tape and Reel information>
14.0 ± 0.2
12.0 ± 0.1
60
41
20
1
0.5±0.15
E2
Direction
of feed
direction is the 1pin of product is at the upper left when you hold
( The
)
reel on the left hand and you pull out the tape on the right hand
+0.05
0.145 -0.03
1PIN MARK
S
4 +6
-4
1.4±0.05
0.1±0.05
1.6MAX
1000pcs
1.0±0.2
1.25
21
80
1.25
Embossed carrier tape (with dry pack)
Quantity
40
12.0±0.1
14.0±0.2
61
Tape
0.08 S
+0.05
0.2 -0.04
0.5 ± 0.1
0.08
M
1pin
(Unit : mm)
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●Mark name image
VQFP80 (TOP VIEW)
Part Number Marking
LOT Number
1PIN MARK
Part number
Part Number Marking
BU94605AKV
BU94605AKV
BU94607AKV
BU94607AKV
BU94702AKV
BU94702AKV
BU94705AKV
BU94705AKV
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BU94605AKV -E2
BU94605AKV
BU94607AKV -E2
BU94607AKV
BU94702AKV -E2
BU94702AKV
BU94705AKV -E2
BU94705AKV
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●Revision history
Date
Revision
30.Aug.2012
10.Dec.2012
001
002
Changes
New Release
P.1 : A note is added to Feature
P.9 : A note is added to 3. CD input interface
P.49 : ABOT command option (TAG analysis) is deleted
P.52 : Explanation addition of the HOME command in the random setup
P.53 : Explanation addition of the FOL+ command in the random setup
P.54 : Explanation addition of the FOL- command in the random setup
P.56 : Explanation addition of the SET_PRM command at fast rewind play
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(Note 1)
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serious damage to property (“Specific Applications”), please consult with the ROHM sales representative in advance.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by ROHM in advance, ROHM shall not be in any way responsible or liable for any
damages, expenses or losses incurred by you or third parties arising from the use of any ROHM’s Products for Specific
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[g] Use of our Products without cleaning residue of flux (even if you use no-clean type fluxes, cleaning residue of
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residue after soldering
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4.
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5.
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6.
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confirmation of performance characteristics after on-board mounting is strongly recommended. Avoid applying power
exceeding normal rated power; exceeding the power rating under steady-state loading condition may negatively affect
product performance and reliability.
7.
De-rate Power Dissipation (Pd) depending on Ambient temperature (Ta). When used in sealed area, confirm the actual
ambient temperature.
8.
Confirm that operation temperature is within the specified range described in the product specification.
9.
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this document.
Precaution for Mounting / Circuit board design
1.
When a highly active halogenous (chlorine, bromine, etc.) flux is used, the residue of flux may negatively affect product
performance and reliability.
2.
In principle, the reflow soldering method must be used; if flow soldering method is preferred, please consult with the
ROHM representative in advance.
For details, please refer to ROHM Mounting specification
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This Product is electrostatic sensitive product, which may be damaged due to electrostatic discharge. Please take proper
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1.
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[b] the temperature or humidity exceeds those recommended by ROHM
[c] the Products are exposed to direct sunshine or condensation
[d] the Products are exposed to high Electrostatic
2.
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3.
Store / transport cartons in the correct direction, which is indicated on a carton with a symbol. Otherwise bent leads
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4.
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