Sure DSP amplifier boards
Nick, I forgot to ask. Did they clarify whether the ICP3 was required to re-program the chips on their amplifiers. Came across another thread on the web and it looked like the guy was only using the ADAU1701 along with the extension board like I bought.
@kevin-kendrick according to this video:
You need the ICP3 for thei JAB boards and the ADAU1701 with extension board for any other amplifier. At least that is what it looks like.
Yep, I've seen it and agree that if you were using another brand of amplifiers, like the Dayton KAB's, the ICP3, ADAU1701 and extension board would be required. I'm still of the impression that only the ADAU1701 is required to use the Sigma software and reprogram the chips on the Sure JAB amps. Like you said, we'll figure it out once we have some parts to play with. Did you order any amp boards or only the ICP3?
Sorry @123toid, you posted that last video link while I was still typing. I've only watched a couple of minutes of it so far and it looks like he may have been using some of their first generation stuff. The ICP3 didn't have Bluetooth and the ADAU1701 now looks completely different from what he has. Oh well, I'm going to go ahead and order one of the ICP3's, better safe than sorry.
Ah I see. We are both in agreement. They really need more clarification on their end. It looks and sounds like their JAB3 boards already have the ADAU1701 built into them, which is why you just need the ICP3, 2 or 1 or any of those to communicate with the computer and the board. but It looks like, as you said, the ADAU1701 can hook up as well. So it really seems like either could be used with a JAB3 board. I am still unsure on the JAB2 board. If it needs the ADAU1701. It doesn't mention it being built-in, so it just might need that.