No problem. Good luck.
Side note: I’ve been reading the spec sheet for the WT588D 16-pin version again. I can’t seem to find where it specified that VCC had to be 3.3 volts. I thought I saw it in an application diagram somewhere, but now I don’t see it. I wonder if the VCC input is 5 volt tolerant just like all of the other pins. If so, then it might be possible to power the 16-pin version with either pure 5 volt or pure 3.3V configurations instead of needing both levels for maximum loudness.
Has anyone tried putting 5V to both the VCC and VDD pins on the sound module? That would make things a lot nicer not needing a separate 3.3V supply anywhere in the system.
LOL. We talked about it last year, and your experience was that you needed 3.3 for the VCC and 5v for the VDD . No where in any documentation can I find that you need to run 3.3V at all to the VCC. In 3 different PDFs it says the same thing about the VCC pin… nothing. only the VDD pin is rated for Vin and that is 2.8v-5.5v. Now that being said, it does show 3.3v to the vcc pin IN ALL the wiring diagram examples. I can only assume that is an example scenario,. not meant to be limited to that specific voltage. It is however, limited to the voltage of the spec’ed tolerance, that is 2.8-5.5v. We literally had this same conversation lat October. you stated that your actual testing proved you, in fact, needed 2 independent voltages. I was like,
“that is messed up” and you were like,. “yeah but what evs, it is what it is” the WT588-U usb big daddy does not have this glitch. 5v all day! I cant say i’ve tested your 3.3v or bust claim. i dont use the small WTs. The programmer is an uber hassle and I am in no way bulk loading 25+ WT modules. the cons far out weigh the pros for a small, “make a couple sabers”, hobby builder, and novice arduino programmer, like myself.
Has anyone posted links to a good sound library yet? i have the sounds i have always used,. they work. i would like 2-3 different swing sounds with some longer Doppler. the 3 i have are OK at best.