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Old 19th July 2016, 07:06 AM   #1
michaelproino is offline michaelproino
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I want to ask some technical questions related with Bluetooth audio,
I already worked with wt32i and I have completed my design, but I want to design my Bluetooth module,
for beginning : choosing csr8645 and getting it's dev board seems to be good,
Is there anyone in there working with this board?
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Old 27th July 2016, 03:27 AM   #2
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I have worked with the 8670. This is way out of normal hobbiest turf. If you can get a preprogrammed module so all you need to deal with is the I2S output life is much easier. make sure the sample rates coming out are supported in your hardware. They range from 8 KHz to 48KHz natively. Also confirm that the module has APT-X and if possible AAC turned on.

Good luck. I would get one of the packaged BT receivers myself. I'm much too lazy and even at its best is not that good.
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