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  1. I see thanks for the precision I'll make some...

    I see thanks for the precision
    I'll make some changes to my board according to all the answers thanks
  2. Ah, thanks for these informations, I'll make the...

    Ah, thanks for these informations, I'll make the changes
  3. Thanks for the advices, I guess I'll have to give...

    Thanks for the advices, I guess I'll have to give it a try...

    Thanks also for the schematics, it's different than the schematics from TI but I will trust what was tried here.
  4. I think I see what you mean. I'll have...

    I think I see what you mean.

    I'll have multiple of this board, most of them with the audio board, some without. In case I use the audio board, I'll use of course the right one according to the...
  5. To be more precise I am referring to this...

    To be more precise I am referring to this schematics:
    18216

    so 2 capacitors on the out: 0.1uf and 22uf
    You would replace those 2 by 1 of 100uf?
  6. Thanks for the detailed response. I'm not going...

    Thanks for the detailed response.
    I'm not going to take any chance to forget to unpower the Teensy before unplugging the USB so it's not optional to me.
    I saw on the schematics of the chip that...
  7. So if I refer to the Teensy 4.0 pins 18213 ...

    So if I refer to the Teensy 4.0 pins
    18213

    and Teensy 3.2 pins
    18215

    - Pins 0 and 1 are RX1 and TX1 on both
    - Pins 2 to 13 are digital pins on both
    - Pins 14 to 23 are analog inputs on both
  8. Schematics and Board review before PCB

    Hi,

    I'm making a board compatible with Teensy 3.2 and Teensy 4.0 and both with the audio board (I left some space around) that provides headers to connect potentiometers, leds, buttons, ..., a dip...
  9. Thanks for the answers, According to the...

    Thanks for the answers,

    According to the datasheets of these 2 chips, the TPS2055A is bigger yes, still SMD though but it seems to not exist in through hole package...

    Thanks
  10. Teensy 4.0 USB host current limit chip

    Hi,

    I'm making a board for Teensy 4.0 that will use its USB host capability. I read somewhere in the forum that Teensy 4.0 does not include a USB current protecting chip and that it is required to...
  11. Cool, thanks for the help

    Cool, thanks for the help
  12. Yes right the Teensy have 2 USB, 1 device and 1...

    Yes right the Teensy have 2 USB, 1 device and 1 host.

    Alright so the simplest solution is to have one Teensy with a hub connected to its USB Host port, and all the others with their USB device...
  13. Multiple Teensy 3.6 and 4.0 USB Host

    Hi,

    I'm looking at using multiple Teensy, possibly only 4.0 but maybe 3.6 too, they would act as MIDI devices and would need to be connected together via USB, either 1-to-1, either 1-to-many...
  14. I just added potentiometers to play with a few...

    I just added potentiometers to play with a few settings, here is a new demo:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B3dC9hZhGUw/

    I pushed the code on GitHub again.
  15. Thanks, yes I'm trying to keep it simple

    Thanks, yes I'm trying to keep it simple
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    Thanks I didn't know that

    Thanks I didn't know that
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    Audio library and ESP32

    Hi,

    I recently made a synth using Teensy 3.2 and the audio board, and I was asked if the code would work with an ESP32 chip instead. I'm not sure what to answer and I tried to look for any...
  18. [queued] Teensy polyphonic FM synth

    Hi,

    I recently started working on making my own synth because I canít afford to buy one but I have already a Teensy 3.2 with its Audio Board.

    So I made a simple polyphonic FM synth, that is...
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