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Topic: switch from bluetooth audio to jack and viceversa (Read 354 times) previous topic - next topic

geppou

Hi,
I have a question about how works the hardware switch from bluetooth audio to jack and viceversa on an amplifier...
The problem I have is that I want that if there is no jack connected to the system the amplifier works via bluetooth but if I insert the jack I want that the system automatically switch the audio source from the jack source...is it possible to do this without a microcontroller?
the audio jack that I want to use is this: http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/670/sj-43504-smt-535545.pdf
but for example with this jack I can't recognize a condition of jack insert or not(it doesn't simulate in any case a switch that can drive for example an audio switch).
Anyone of you know how this trick is usually made?
Thanks!!

Grumpy_Mike

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but for example with this jack I can't recognize a condition of jack insert or not(it doesn't simulate in any case a switch that can drive for example an audio switch).
Yes it does.

The data sheet you linked to shows pin 3 & 6 being connected together with no plug inserted, the same goes for pins 5 & 2.

geppou

Hi thanks for answer!
Are you sure that with no jack inserted 3 & 6 and 2 & 5 are connected and not viceversa?
I never use this type of audio jack...they are not family to me and I do not have the possibility to try it before placing an order..
Thanks for answer,now I try to find a reliable solution with this configuration

Grumpy_Mike

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Are you sure that with no jack inserted 3 & 6 and 2 & 5 are connected and not viceversa?
That is what the diagram in the data sheet is telling me. Is it telling you something different?

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