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Thread: Audio Ideas?
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Yes, I believe all this could be accomplished.   As far as the audio
being input directly into the PIC, I would convert it to DC first
with a relatively fast filter (short time constant) to smooth the
output.  This would be better in my opinion than straight audio AC.
As fas as filters, there are many many possibilities.  But yes, this
too should work.  Unless you have some very good caps and resistors
(or inductors) though, you're not going to be very accurate.

                                        Regards,

                                          Jim




On Fri, 26 May 2000, Josh Koffman wrote:

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