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ATxmega256D3, the big brother of ATmega. http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega256d3.aspx?tab=documents
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@frank26080115 A separate DAC gives me the ability to create and send waveforms directly from the MCU as well. If I decide to implement something like a low frequency arb. wave generator then it will be easier to send the data directly to the DAC rather than packing it up into a format that the decoder will understand just for it to be decoded again.

VLSI Solution brand MP3 decoders can also play WAV files, and WAV files are just a series of amplitudes. It'll work kind of like a normal DAC when you tell it to play a WAV file.

edit: but it won't work quite like an arbitrary function generator though, so your point is still valid
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