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    The VS1053b (MP3/AAC/WAV decoder) is a nice...

    The VS1053b (MP3/AAC/WAV decoder) is a nice Audiochip, too.
    As it can be used for PCM, it can be used for the audio-lib (+ compressed audio optional).
    It would be needed to write a "driver" for...
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    Logging to Serial

    The ESP family has a nice way to log debug information.

    Where you used to work with "Serial.print(...)", new functions have been introduced (Serial.print should not be used anymore)

    Logging is...
  3. Thank you. Trying to get up to date here. I...

    Thank you.

    Trying to get up to date here.

    I made a short trip into the Arduino-ESP32 world.
    The progress there is impressive.
    For communication things it is (now) a well supported platform,...
  4. Wooow this is great. As far as I can tell from...

    Wooow this is great.

    As far as I can tell from the video, it runs faster than on the PC i owned..
  5. I agree, this is a bug and should be fixed....

    I agree, this is a bug and should be fixed.
    Don't you want to create a Pullrequest @ github to fix this?

    Otherwise i can take a look.
  6. I have to look there. I've moved, and all the...

    I have to look there.
    I've moved, and all the stuff is still in boxes.


    I'll probably have time on Sunday.
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    Haha.. Essen is OK now. I live 50km away....

    Haha.. Essen is OK now. I live 50km away.
    Juliane was great...but..part of the past, like Grundig and the others.

    p.s. Gianna Nannini (Italy) was better ;)
    ...
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    Yes, the central. They produce their parts...

    Yes, the central.
    They produce their parts where? I don't know. Taiwan?

    Edit:
    Singapur + Shanghai
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    Yes, agreed. But - where is it, the european CPU?...

    Yes, agreed. But - where is it, the european CPU? or even a crystal? capacitor? resistor?
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    Maybe yes, if you prefer low price. China...

    Maybe yes, if you prefer low price.
    China produces a *lot* high quality parts - for higher prices. You have these parts in all your consumer electronics "assembled in usa".

    But it was meant a...
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    Basically, the (very) long term question is:...

    Basically, the (very) long term question is: China or USA parts.
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    The PCM1808 works for me with 256kHz. I tried to...

    The PCM1808 works for me with 256kHz. I tried to go even higher but only a few kHz above that, it stopped working.
    The SNR and other values might be much worse than with 98Khz. But with FM this does...
  13. As Kurt said - the Code is identical. It would...

    As Kurt said - the Code is identical.

    It would be good to see a complete program that we can copy&paste to Arduin( "Forum Rule: Always post complete source code & details to reproduce any issue! "...
  14. Yes, it is prepropgrammed by pjrc.

    Yes, it is prepropgrammed by pjrc.
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    Yes, I'm pretty sure the factor is not needed.

    Yes, I'm pretty sure the factor is not needed.
  16. It would be default, if it was that good. But it...

    It would be default, if it was that good.
    But it isn't.
    Programs which work perfectly now, can behave different.
    It influences all existing Software (and if it is optimization only), and I can't...
  17. Hm, I don't think so. The overflow does not...

    Hm, I don't think so. The overflow does not influence the loop, and with optimization the whole "foo" should be optimized away - overflow or not.
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    ...you can do the same with Arduino by modifiying...

    ...you can do the same with Arduino by modifiying the boards.txt file.
  19. It happens on a Teensy LC, too (Cortex-M0+) , and...

    It happens on a Teensy LC, too (Cortex-M0+) , and still with GCC 9

    Seems to a serious bug somewhere in GCC, when optimizing..
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    If there is a driver for the SGTL5000 chip,...

    If there is a driver for the SGTL5000 chip, chances are good that the Audio shield works with the ESP.

    The Audio lib will not work - it uses the Arm Cortex DSP features, NXP chip timers, and needs...
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    Not that a Problem as it Sounds. Normally,...

    Not that a Problem as it Sounds.
    Normally, interrrupts are most likeley in the cache. The Chance that a regulär called interrupt is not in the cache is very very small.
    So.. best case is - as...
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    Yes, if you can buy them. At least in their...

    Yes, if you can buy them.
    At least in their EBAY-Shop is no 3253 /SOIC available. And wasn't when I ordered them last year. I suspect they have SOIC in their datasheet but are not producing them?
    ...
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    To use the full range of the ADCs and prevent...

    To use the full range of the ADCs and prevent clipping on the other hand. The INAs are low noise.
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    I still think it possible on the 3.2 - were just...

    I still think it possible on the 3.2 - were just doing it wrong. :)
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    Not Sure. It did not work for me, too-and Paul...

    Not Sure. It did not work for me, too-and Paul said it's not implemented o the T4 so I lost interest and will look again when it is ported to the T4
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    I'm planning my new board-rev. Let me modify my...

    I'm planning my new board-rev.
    Let me modify my question:
    A digital pot like AD5252 (1K) has 256 steps. 1k/256 = ~4 Ohm per step (+ 74Ohm wiper) - i could not use all steps, but, enough.
    Do you...
  27. ...a static spi-ram has more space and may be...

    ...a static spi-ram has more space and may be even easier to use..

    But i'd just a T3x anyway.
  28. The 3x and 4x have some bytes Battery backed up...

    The 3x and 4x have some bytes Battery backed up RAM.
    Or use external static ram with battery backup.
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    Thank you. :) WH7U, DD4WH: Do you think it...

    Thank you. :)



    WH7U, DD4WH: Do you think it is possible to use analog switches to switch the gain resitors (Rg) on the INA163 ? Four, or even two steps, controllable by the Teensy would be...
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    The main circuitry is very similar to that used...

    The main circuitry is very similar to that used in the SDR-1000.

    These are empty solder pads, which are actually intended for filters.
    But I chose the wrong size, the filters probably cannot be...
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    Got my own board working... it collected dust for...

    Got my own board working... it collected dust for some month.
    I had the Elektor-Board so far. Oh my.. what a difference! Did'nt know how much better a front-end can be :)
    (I'm new to this stuff)
    ...
  32. - If you're not using the latest core version...

    - If you're not using the latest core version (after 1.52), the Eventresponder gets called - in Systick _and_ yield(). It disables the Interrupts globally.
    - USB disables the interrupts globally.
    ...
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    Ok, maybe Nyquist plays no role here... I/Q are...

    Ok, maybe Nyquist plays no role here... I/Q are not signals as usual.
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    But we are sampling WFM with 256kHz, so maximum...

    But we are sampling WFM with 256kHz, so maximum we can get is 128kHz BW (Nyquist-Shannon). Am I thinking wrong?
  35. Tim, yes, the intervaltimer issue is known since...

    Tim, yes, the intervaltimer issue is known since the early 4.0 betas. There is no known way to fix it.
  36. These gaps are due to other interrupts running....

    These gaps are due to other interrupts running.
    1) the systick,
    2) usb disables the global interrupt flag.

    And, if your core-codebase is not the newest - yield and the EventResponder are...
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    Why do you connect a LED to a input? Anyway, as...

    Why do you connect a LED to a input?
    Anyway, as you said, you can cut the connection.
  38. It continues to completion.

    It continues to completion.
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    There is no MEMS on the audio shield. Pin 6...

    There is no MEMS on the audio shield.
    Pin 6 controls the chipselect of the optional memory chip.

    Best is, for this kind of questions, to look at the schematic:...
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    It is always the highest possible speed....

    It is always the highest possible speed. Independent of any settings anywhere. They are all ignored. On any Teensy 3.x or 4.x.
    Of course, the 4.x is much faster than the 3.x
    That's why I suggestest...
  41. https://www.exp-tech.de/plattformen/teensy/9947/ps...

    https://www.exp-tech.de/plattformen/teensy/9947/psram-chip-for-teensy-4.1

    Last time I looked, the PSRams were sold already. Stock=0
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    The USB Baudrate setting is a empty function. It...

    The USB Baudrate setting is a empty function. It just does nothing.F_CPU is the current speed.
    You can expect issues from Overclocking.
    That's why it is OVERclocking.
  43. I've never used it without hub. The problem is...

    I've never used it without hub.
    The problem is most likely your ancient Windows, Eddie
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    https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/Audio/pull/347

    https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/Audio/pull/347
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    Tried to use a slow USB Hub(12MB/s) ? Upgrading...

    Tried to use a slow USB Hub(12MB/s) ?
    Upgrading from Win7 might be an option, too.
  46. Yes, two channels USB, no, there are no plans for...

    Yes, two channels USB, no, there are no plans for more channels.
    Good news: It's open source, so you can add the missing code
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    As said, a resistor would do it. If you don't...

    As said, a resistor would do it.
    If you don't want it: Take a look at the startup hooks, in startup.c, esp. the early hook.

    Teensy delays the booting, because PCs are not quick enough to detect...
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    You may want to add a resource "Teensy Model" -...

    You may want to add a resource "Teensy Model" - some things do not work on T3 and vice versa.
    But this needs a global setting - a radio or checkbox or ..

    Edit:
    Code attached. Open the...
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    So, adding pt8211, i2s1, spdif1, adat1, mqs1...

    So,

    adding pt8211, i2s1, spdif1, adat1, mqs1

    will conflict here:



    Conflict: spdif1 setting['SPDIF Protocol'] and i2s1 setting['I2S Master']
    Conflict: shareable 'OUT1A Pin' spdif1 and...
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    Paul, I'm gonna go have a look. But it's gonna...

    Paul, I'm gonna go have a look.
    But it's gonna take time because I'm busy with moving arrangements and I have to renovate.


    I don't know what happens where in this huge code, and I have to get...
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