ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by hackerjoe » Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:32 pm

I like the model backup feature as well.
I tried it on the radio I just finished and it worked flawlessly.
I will have to take a photo of where I mounted the FTDI adapter and post it later on. I am going to mount it in the same place on my 2 other radios.

2 more switches hmmm - I don't need them at the moment.

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by jhsa » Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:14 pm

hackerjoe wrote:
Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:32 pm

2 more switches hmmm - I don't need them at the moment.
:D Sooner or later.... :mrgreen:

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by hackerjoe » Mon Apr 02, 2018 1:54 pm

Ok, I have the second ArduVoice board installed and working in my TH9X Atmega64 chip.
I have to look at the volume control as it is not going up or down but it is working.

Just a note:
I have found that using the 2 board design fits nicer in the radio.
I have one more Arduvoice board to install. It's a single board design but I may separate them depending on how it fits in the radio.

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by jhsa » Mon Apr 02, 2018 2:26 pm

Nice :)

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by axljackass » Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:11 pm

hi guys,

just for clarification, "beeper" is it for buzzer?do i need to cut the traces for atmega pin5 and reconnect the buzzer to "beeper" pin, or just leave the buzzer as it is and no need to modify?

then also what is the purpose of "EXT1" and "EXT2"?

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by jhsa » Sun Apr 15, 2018 4:25 pm

axljackass wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:11 pm


just for clarification, "beeper" is it for buzzer?do i need to cut the traces for atmega pin5 and reconnect the buzzer to "beeper" pin, or just leave the buzzer as it is and no need to modify?
Remove the buzzer and the transistor next to it. Then tap the signal from the buzzer at one of the legs of the transistor you removed and connect it to the ArduVoice board.
then also what is the purpose of "EXT1" and "EXT2"?
Those are pins that can be used for extra switches or pushbuttons.. I for example, added two pushbuttons on the back of my radio

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Re: ArduVoice-9x Voice Module with Arduino for the 9x Radio

Post by axljackass » Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:24 pm

thanks.

what diameter of speaker can fit inside?
is it 50mm or 40mm?
thanks

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