Recent (happy) owner of a Daisy seed here
I’m seeing 100k pots on most schematics I’ve seen in the examples.
Is this the only value to be used for inputs? Or is there a setting in libdaisy that would allow me to use 10k pots (it’s just that I’ve a good amount of nice 10k ALPS that I want to use in my MCU-based projects).
I’d have assumed they work like with an Arduino where the value doesn’t really matter as it’s just relative.
Another problem is with the DGND. When it’s grounded I get a high-pitched ground loop (just reproducing the Osc example with exact same wiring). I’m not sure if I’m doing something wrong or there’s some issue with my Daisy. I’m quite confused.
I’ve seen a post about this issue (Questions about digital noise and grounding) tho I’m assuming this wouldn’t happen when following an example from the library.
Should I then just use the proposed solution with the extra TPA6132 breakout?
Anyhow, big ups Electrosmith! Quite excited to dive into the libraries when I’ve sorted the above!