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Which chipset is used for sony walkman?


I'm trying to figure out which chipset is used by sony walkman. specifically model E-436F, E-438F, X1051, or X1061.

I belive that all four of them are using same chipset.

I want to know if it's from telechips or TI, freescale whatever it is.

It would be great if some one can help me with this.

Thank you so much!

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It's probably a proprietary ARM processor. They are very common in the electronics market, and can be manufactured by many companies, check the markings on top of the chip.

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Sigmatel STMP3750

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