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Topic: TEA5767 FM Radio Breakout Board for Arduino (Read 3 times) previous topic - next topic

Si

I recently failed to resist buying two TEA5767 FM Radio modules from eBay for almost nothing. These little modules use the I2C serial protocol and so are ideal for connecting to an Arduino.

Full details of the experiment here:

http://srmonk.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/tea5767-fm-radio-breakout-board-for.html

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zachmart

Hi Dr. Monk!

I recently used your instructions on making the tea5767 breakout board. I managed to solder it fine, and hooked it up to arduino. However, I didn't get any sound but a slight hiss out of the amplifier. Did I just burn out the chip? If so, is there code i could write to check if the chip is working?


Thanks!

dtokez


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