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    Help with connecting Teensy 4.1 to Rev C Audiosheild

    can someone please tell me which of the pins i need to connect to the audiosheild from the teensy?
    i have the 3v and ground connected as usual and the following
    (T)8-13(A/S)
    15-15
    18-18
    19-19
    7-22
    20-23
    23-11
    21-10

    i hope this makes sense to someone.

    thanks.

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    At least one of those pin #'s look odd compared to the posted/expected pin numbers for Teensy 4.1?
    Try showing a mapping with Pin function to make the list readable for pin intended use:
    Code:
    T_4.1 #13 <> AShield #14 :: SCK
    T_4.1 #12 <> AShield #12 :: MISO
    T_4.1 #11 <> AShield #7 :: MOSI
    ...
    The Rev C for T_3.x can work but needs manual wiring (not direct connect), which it seems is noted.

    To see the changed/moved pins maybe best to look at the product page underSignals to Teensy : pjrc.com/store/teensy3_audio.html

    The images there show the signal names and locations and should allow mapping the wires as needed.
    Actually the table under those images seems to have the needed mapping.

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    Maybe the diagram and photo on this message can help?

    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/57167...481#post212481

    If you wired it up and it's not working, don't be shy, show us photos of your wiring. Maybe we'll be able to see something you've missed.

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    Thank you so much for that. Worked straight away.
    If I was using this for the audio guestbook, would I need additional wires between the teensy and the audiosheild or are the connections included in the diagram enough?

    Thanks for your help

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    I have wired according to the drawing along with the additional connections you suggested, but now i cannot seem to get anything to play through the audiosheild. I tried re-installing arduino as someone suggested on another thread but now i am getting the error Invalid library found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\librar ies: no headers files (.h) found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\librar ies
    and still no sound. i am trying to play the example audio/synthesis/guitar. when i view it on the serial monitor i can see it playing but im not getting any sort of output at the jack.


    thank you.

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