Here is an article by AES, describing a very interesting solution for the I/V stage. This one is fully discrete and includes LPF and emphasis equalization. For current output DAC’s like TDA1541A and PCM63 etc.
Abstract- A family of current-steering transimpedance amplifier circuits is presented for use in high-resolution, digital-to-analogue converters. The problems of achieving accurate current to-voltage conversion are discussed with a specific emphasis on digital audio applications. Comparisons are made with conventional virtual-earth feedback amplifiers and the inherent distortion mechanisms relating to dynamic open-loop gain are discussed. Motivation for this work follows the introduction of DVD-audio carrying linear PCM with a resolution of 24 bit at a sampling rate of 192 kHz.
This paper investigates the design and performance requirements of the transimpedance amplifier used in association with a current-output, digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) . The principal motivation for this work stems from the extreme resolution requirements determined by the advanced audio specification available in digital versatile disc (DVD) applications . Following a theoretical discussion, two principal circuit topologies are presented, the first based upon wide-band, current steering circuit techniques enhanced by input-stage error correction , while the second incorporates dual operational amplifiers with nested differential feedback and an embedded low-pass filter.
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