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WM8731 - Example

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2012-04-06

Category: Audio & Speech

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This project demonstrates communication with WM8731 audio codec.

Program reads one wav file from MMC and sends it to WM8731 for decodingand playing.


Example is for PIC32.

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Example Blog

This example demonstrates usage of WM8731 Audio codec with PIC32 controllers. Example reads wav file from SD card and plays it via WM8731 Audio Codec chip.Provided examples are for:
PIC32MX460F512L
PIC32MX795F512L

WM8731

WM8731

Enables audio reproduction on 3.5mm audio connector. Microcontroller communicates with this module over SPI and I2C interface

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