Teensy audio library gets S/PDIF support

Posted on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015 in library by DP


Paul over at DorkbotPDX has written an article on Teensy Audio Library with S/PDIF support:

Thanks to the amazing effort of Frank Boesing, the Teensy Audio Library now has native S/PDIF output.
Using a $1 TOSLINK connector, or just a red LED, you can get optical S/PDIF digital audio output.


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4 Responses to “Teensy audio library gets S/PDIF support”

  1. Paul Evans says:

    The link to the actual article appears to be broken.

  2. Crawford says:

    Teensy 3.1 really is the most awesome thing in the Arduino compatible space. Arm-powered, well supported, cheap and well .. Teensy. Glad to see digital audio support being added – great work Frank!

  3. bobc says:

    It’s a pity the Teensy is not Open Source, and therefore can’t be used in Open Source projects.

  4. Crawford says:

    Umm.. Not following that. Teensy is not Open Source hardware, but there are open source boards (sparkfun, etc.) that are. Also, you can write and use open source software on it. So, in what meaningful way can you not do an Open Source project with Teensy?

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