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Member Since: August 3, 2013

Country: United States

  • I wrote an instructable on this. The ipod touch can generate sounds up to 20kHz. Check it out: http://www.instructables.com/id/Sonic-Control/

  • Tech support has been very helpful and has replaced the broken circuit. Very nice to deal with and excellent service! Thanks :)

  • I just bought one of these. I plugged it in and it worked beautifully. I twiddled with the oscilloscope for a while and after an autoset I no longer got a signal?!? My panic response turned everything off and I pulled the breakout board out of the circuit. I noticed that it was hot :O I probed the circuit to try and find the root of the cause. I noticed that VCC was shorted to ground. I am pretty confident that I did nothing wrong. I even checked the power supply voltage before plugging it in. What can I do in this case? Do I have to prove that it wasn’t my fault before sparkfun replaces it?

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