Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Status of some ports to new targets
Re: Status of some ports to new targets
From: Kaggen <kaggen_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2006 10:38:10 +0100
Ah, that's great, the files should be available at least until summer on
that server. I also uploaded pcm_playback.c, since it has some minor
changes that may be of use.
I just thought I'd comment on the current configuration though, the
wolfson codec has the capability of running as master of the I2S bus
and run on a 12/24 MHz clock and is configured as such. (This saves
the trouble of using several oscillators for USB/audio when designing
This might not be the case for any other wolfson application, but I would
be glad to further comment on the configuration should anyone wish so.
Tim Schmidt wrote:
>On 2/4/06, Kaggen <kaggen_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>I've written a functional driver for the WM8750L codec (could be
>>100% compatible to ipod's wolfson codec) but for a coldfire based
>>player, and using a rather strange setup.
>>It's based on the uda1380-code, probably the most useful stuff is
>>the complete register mapping in the header file (that was fun to
>The wolfson codec (WM8750) is the noe used by the MPeye HTS-150...
>and the 150 is coldfire based. I've linked to your page from my wiki
>and grabbed a copy of your code, hope you don't mind. I don't have a
>lot of spare time around here, but every once in a while I get to work
>on this stuff. Hopefully something will come out of it eventually
>(the HTS-150's default firmware is aweful).
Received on 2006-02-06