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  1. Adding the code below to setup() I get results. ...

    Adding the code below to setup() I get results.


    #include <SparkFunbc127.h>

    BC127 BTModu(&Serial1);

    void setup()
    {
    Serial1.begin(9600);
  2. After changing the baud rate to 9600 nothing gets...

    After changing the baud rate to 9600 nothing gets printed out to the serial monitor. This is the code I'm using:


    #include <SparkFunbc127.h>

    BC127 BTModu(&Serial1);

    void setup()
    {
    ...
  3. BC127 BTModu(&Serial1); void setup() { ...

    BC127 BTModu(&Serial1);

    void setup()
    {
    Serial1.begin(19200);
    }

    void loop()
    {
    Serial.println(BTModu.restore());
  4. I have read in the forums about people saying...

    I have read in the forums about people saying they have used it with the teensy and it works.
  5. I have done just that. This is the output I still...

    I have done just that. This is the output I still get:


    -2
    -2
    -2
    Inquiry result: -2
    BT device found at address 1here
    BT device found at address 1here
    BT device found at address 1here
  6. This is what I have now : pin 10 to RX on BC127...

    This is what I have now :
    pin 10 to RX on BC127 breakout
    pin 9 to TX on BC127 breakout
    GND to GND on BC127 breakout
    Vin to VBAT on BC127 breakout


    #include <SparkFunbc127.h>

    BC127...
  7. A bit new to teensy. Any suggestion on how to...

    A bit new to teensy. Any suggestion on how to revise my connections?
  8. My connections are: pin 3 to TX on BC127...

    My connections are:
    pin 3 to TX on BC127 breakout
    pin 2 to RX on BC127 breakout
    GND to GND on BC127 breakout
    Vin to VBAT on BC127 breakout

    I'm powering my teensy using my laptop via USB...
  9. This is my current code #include ...

    This is my current code


    #include <Bounce.h>
    #include <Audio.h>
    #include <Wire.h>
    #include <SPI.h>
    #include <SD.h>
    #include <SerialFlash.h>
    #include "filters.h"
  10. I am using the MAX9814 mic from tindie. It works...

    I am using the MAX9814 mic from tindie. It works fine but there's some background sound/noise which I would like to suppress. I tried with little success so I was thinking it's probably noise from...
  11. I have been able to implement that already and...

    I have been able to implement that already and based on suggestions given here I have also been able to control the volume using buttons. It works well except for some background noise which I'm...
  12. There is a 1uF capacitor connected in series to...

    There is a 1uF capacitor connected in series to the 3.5mm jack if that's what you are asking.
  13. Connecting Teensy 3.5 to BC127 breakout from Sparkfun

    Hello all, I tried to connect the BC127 bluetooth breakout module from sparkfun to my teensy 3.5 but it seems it's not connected properly. I keep getting timeout response when I try to test using the...
  14. I connected a 3.5mm jack to the inbuilt dac and...

    I connected a 3.5mm jack to the inbuilt dac and just connected the headphones directly and yes it's working
  15. Ok thank you so much. Would definitely try that...

    Ok thank you so much. Would definitely try that and also probably try using buttons for an easier alternative maybe.
  16. Sorry for the variable namings, if you check the...

    Sorry for the variable namings, if you check the type you would realize they are the inbuilt adc and dac I am referring to. I modified some parts of a code from the openaudio arduino library by chip....
  17. Sorry to mention, I'm not using the audio...

    Sorry to mention, I'm not using the audio adaptor. I connected a 3.5mm jack to the inbuilt dac and connected headphones. Do I still need to change to AudioOutputAnalogStereo ?

    I changed to...
  18. Teensy 3.5 Basic Gain using inbuilt ADC and DAC and MAX9814 mic

    Hello all, I am working on project to capture sounds using the mic and perform some processing. I want to implement a digital gain to control the amplification of the sound that it is output through...
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    Ok. So will it be able to serve the purpose of...

    Ok. So will it be able to serve the purpose of transmitting the processed audio data real time? I'm considering signals with frequencies up to 20kHz
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    Bluetooth Module with Teensy 3.2/3.6

    Hello all, pretty new user wanting to try Teensy for an audio project using bluetooth connection to an android app. So basically I would like to take signals, do some processing on the teensy 3.2/3.6...
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