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Hi, Is there an available linux driver (or similar driver for a template) for the TAS5705 mated to TI's OMAP3 family of processors? The TAS5705 has an I2C interface for control and I2S interface for data streams. Any information or suggestions would be greately appreciated.
Best Regards, Fred
Do you find any driver for your chip(TAS5705)?
In reply to Saurabh Patel:
I noticed your post on this old thread. Unfortunately, no, we don't have Linux drivers available for the TAS57xx devices. They are pretty simple to program, we can give you a list of I2C writes you need to do in order to get them started. Please start a new thread on that, though.
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