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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #90 on: July 23, 2019, 10:23:43 PM »
Can  you describe in more detail the issue with Switch 5? It is a problem specifying the switch function in INI Creator? Or does that part work but the function doesn't trigger correctly on the sound card itself?

Can you also post your INI file?

I will think about the engine speed request. All that sort of thing is possible with the TCB but the configuration framework on this device is much more simple as you can see (no dynamic allocation of functions with triggers). In the meantime, if you are using a programmable transmitter you can accomplish what you propose with a transmitter mix. But it depends on your transmitter, it is true that most pistol-grip car radios do not have that level of programmability.
I think I have made a right INI file, and I will post it in the attachment. RC3 make sound when turn left or turn right. RC4 is two kind of horn. RC5 is a beep sound during backing. I'm using a programmable transmitter graupner mc 20. And RC1-RC4 have the right output,but rc5 don't work.
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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #91 on: July 23, 2019, 11:12:33 PM »
Thanks. I see now the forum would not allow posting .ini files, I have changed that for anyone in the future who needs to attach one.

Anyway, here again we have another bug which I have fixed, and you will need to flash new firmware (v0.93.51).

Very few people in the world have even tested one of these sound cards, and I think even of those few people they are all using it with with the TCB - in other words, not in RC mode as you are. Therefore I am not surprised you are finding some bugs. I do appreciate your testing which is helping me perfect the firmware.

Let me know if you notice anything else strange!
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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #92 on: July 24, 2019, 07:54:58 AM »
Thanks. I see now the forum would not allow posting .ini files, I have changed that for anyone in the future who needs to attach one.

Anyway, here again we have another bug which I have fixed, and you will need to flash new firmware (v0.93.51).

Very few people in the world have even tested one of these sound cards, and I think even of those few people they are all using it with with the TCB - in other words, not in RC mode as you are. Therefore I am not surprised you are finding some bugs. I do appreciate your testing which is helping me perfect the firmware.

Let me know if you notice anything else strange!
It works and I think I will use TCB, but I want a small one. So I need to design another hardware base on yours.

Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #93 on: July 26, 2019, 08:30:06 PM »
Thanks. I see now the forum would not allow posting .ini files, I have changed that for anyone in the future who needs to attach one.

Anyway, here again we have another bug which I have fixed, and you will need to flash new firmware (v0.93.51).

Very few people in the world have even tested one of these sound cards, and I think even of those few people they are all using it with with the TCB - in other words, not in RC mode as you are. Therefore I am not surprised you are finding some bugs. I do appreciate your testing which is helping me perfect the firmware.

Let me know if you notice anything else strange!
Hi LukeZ,I have a question in design a diy teensy. Teensy mainly based on MK20DX256VLH7. And the pre-loaded bootloader chip make it possible for teesny to load arduino code.So if a want to design a teensy based boad.I can just make two board. One is pre-loaded bootloader board with a small bootloader chip and Micro usb on it. The other have MK20DX256VLH7 and the left.Is that right? Do you have any experience if the bootloader chip must be attached to the main board anytime?You know it is impoartant for me,because I want to design a very small board. And I have more than 20 models,so I think it’s worth making a new design. Any suggestion?

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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #94 on: July 26, 2019, 10:56:43 PM »
I have not personally designed a DIY Teensy board myself, so I can't speak from experience. But looking at the schematic I see no reason why separating the bootloader chip onto its own board wouldn't work (in other words, I think it should work fine).

The only way to know will be to test. Of course you can also get some very good advice at the PJRC forum. They have a whole section called "Project Guidance" where you can describe your project and ask for input. There have been several threads in the past about people designing their own Teensy-compatible boards and the usual response is that it's not worth the effort especially for low production numbers. But everyone has their own idea about what efforts are worth making. If you have the time and the ability, as it seems you do, then it could be a rewarding experience.
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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #95 on: July 27, 2019, 12:43:24 AM »
I have not personally designed a DIY Teensy board myself, so I can't speak from experience. But looking at the schematic I see no reason why separating the bootloader chip onto its own board wouldn't work (in other words, I think it should work fine).

The only way to know will be to test. Of course you can also get some very good advice at the PJRC forum. They have a whole section called "Project Guidance" where you can describe your project and ask for input. There have been several threads in the past about people designing their own Teensy-compatible boards and the usual response is that it's not worth the effort especially for low production numbers. But everyone has their own idea about what efforts are worth making. If you have the time and the ability, as it seems you do, then it could be a rewarding experience.
Unfortunately,my IP is banned.This is my first time to visit PJRC forum and I don't know the problem. I have just send a email , and waiting for replay. Anyway my design is going on, and I will make you know if it works.
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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #96 on: July 27, 2019, 12:59:51 AM »
There is a lot of forum spam going on (as I know from here), but hopefully they will respond to your message and allow you in.

May I ask what country are you located in? I am interested to know all the countries that Open Panzer users are from.
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Re: Open Source Sound using Teensy 3.2 and PJRC Audio Library
« Reply #97 on: July 27, 2019, 03:53:44 AM »
There is a lot of forum spam going on (as I know from here), but hopefully they will respond to your message and allow you in.

May I ask what country are you located in? I am interested to know all the countries that Open Panzer users are from.
I am from China. And I have to use a VPN to visit the website in other country.

 

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