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March 26, 2009
about 5 years ago
Sorry, I didn’t mean to say there was a design problem with the board itself, but it seems that people do get confused on exactly what to send to control de volume.
I’ve used the other ASCII commands and they work great, I can get music playing, stop, request status, etc, but volume is giving me trouble.
As I understand the specification, volume seems to work “backwards”, 0 being the loudest, 40 being the lowest, is this correct?
Do I need to format the number in a special way? as you can see in the command I’m using I’m telling PICBasic to send the value of vol in a binary way.
Thanks for all the help =)
Seems like this is a common issue with the Trigger, but I’m trying to control the volume using PIC Basic to no avail.
I’m sending the following using a serial command:
serout2 TRISB.3,396,[“v”, bin vol]
I’ve tried sending the volume value in binary, hex, decimal indicated and not indicated and I can’t get it to work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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