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Cheep Mod II – a low cost platform for Euro-Rack digital audio

Posted on Friday, March 10th, 2017 in ARM by DP

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Eric Brombaugh writes, “This is a small 6HP Euro-Rack format module with 3 CV inputs, 3 pots, Digital (Sync) input, 16-bit stereo audio outputs. It’s a slight modification of the Cheep Mod I did earlier, but with a slightly more advanced MCU that provides I2S output and has more on-chip flash. One of the goals here was to test out the audio characteristics of one of the low-cost I2S DACs that are cropping up.”

Project info at Eric Brombaugh’s blog.

 

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