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Old 15th April 2019, 08:40 PM   #811
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Okay, I have now put in the chip programmed with avrdude 6.3. Now it plays without noise. Do not know if it is a coincidence, not dared to restart DAC again. But listened for 1 hour now with pursync without a problem
Hi Micke,

Glad to hear that. It appears that the chip was accurately programmed. I also happened to find that the version of avrdude running on my ubuntu system for programming was 6.3.

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