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  1. Well that seems to work, so for anyone else using...

    Well that seems to work, so for anyone else using the Sparkfun magjack breakout, here's the connections to the 6-pin ethernet header on the Teensy 4.1:

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  2. Thanks Paul - I'd already bought the parts to...

    Thanks Paul - I'd already bought the parts to make my own, before you started selling yours. And, being in the UK, it's a little more tricky (or expensive) to get hold of anyway.
  3. Hi DazedAndConfused (or anyone else who knows),...

    Hi DazedAndConfused (or anyone else who knows), would you mind just clarifying the connections you used to the Sparkfun board (assuming you're using the breakout board)? I've been scratching my head...
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    Yep, just swapping the order seems to have sorted...

    Yep, just swapping the order seems to have sorted it for me - thanks! I was just using the order that the audio design tool code used.
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    Hmm, I've not tried that one. But, looking at it,...

    Hmm, I've not tried that one. But, looking at it, the obvious difference is it passes some parameters in the AsyncAudioInputSPDIF3 declaration. Is the Audio System Design Tool just neglecting to add...
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    Hi alex6679, regarding the AsyncAudioInputSPDIF3...

    Hi alex6679, regarding the AsyncAudioInputSPDIF3 example that crashes the Teensy 4.1, you asked to post here, from another thread: I really stripped down my code, and the following seems to crash (or...
  7. Same here; thought I'd bricked the Teensy (4.1),...

    Same here; thought I'd bricked the Teensy (4.1), until I learned of the long button-press reset (being new to Teensy). I'm also very interested in SPDIF on the Teensy, so will be keeping an eye out...
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