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TIDC-CC3200AUDBOOST: CC3200 Audio to PurePath Motherboard

Part Number: TIDC-CC3200AUDBOOST
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC3200


I am interfacing 2 sets of CC3200 launchpad + Audio Booster packs per the audio demo instructions and successfully getting communication and audio. 

A different audio amplifier is desired (TAS5754) which I will need to hook up through the PurePath Console Motherboard. While using the LINE OUT of the AUDBOOST to the LINE-IN of the PurePath MotherBoard is an option, I assume that some components in the audio signal chain of the AUDBOOST itself will be unnecessary (Codec, amplifier, etc).

In this instance, would using  I2S from the CC3200 to the PurePath Motherboard be more desirable? Is there any other recommendations for bypassing AUDBOOST accessory components when an exernal codec and amplifier is being used?



  • Hi Logan,

    Yes, using the I2S output from the CC3200 would be the best option. You would connect the I2S clock, frame sync, and data out from the launchpad header to your purepath console motherboard + TAS5754 setup. This will completely cut out the audio boosterpack from the output signal chain.

    This is assuming you are using the TAS5754 to do the DAC + amplification of the audio out signal (what the CC3200 receives over wifi). Using the amplifier for audio in would be more complicated.