WT32 Sparkfun Breakout with Arduino Uno R3

Hey guys,

I am new to using the arduino products and it’s been looking really cool so far.

My new project idea for this is to use the A2DP profile of the WT32 Sparkfun Breakout board to create a Bluetooth audio player that an iPhone can sync with without a 3rd party app (i.e make the WT32 solely a A2DP Sink).

The breakout board is shown here http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8952.

After reading the datasheets to the best of my ability, I think that the challenge would just be commanding the WT32 with the Arduino using it’s “iWrap” commands.
From what I can see, the commands are sent using the “WT32 Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) interface”, which uses the RS232 standard.

So basically I am thinking that as far as connections go, just do…

WT32 TO ARDUINO:
BTEN → VCC 3V +
RXD → TXD
TXD → RXD
RESET → RESET
VCC → Vcc arduino
Gnd → GND arduino

Audio_Out (left and right) → audio jack

As for the pins like WT32’s SPI and PIO pins, they won’t be needed for the base functionality right?

Has anyone have experience with the WT32 for A2DP applications?

Any suggestions or input?

Thanks!!

bump!

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