Tim77

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  1. Hello All, I was able to achieve what my question sought out to answer! Didn't require an external amplifier at all for the purposes of my project but it definitely wasn't perfect. The sound was quite low and hard to hear but adequate enough to demo for my professor. Thank you all for the responses! - Tim
  2. I am looking for a way to output audio out of my Basys3 board. I only need to output monotones. The only sounds I will need to output will be the notes in the typical musical scales along with the octaves. My idea was to use the PMOD connector and use a simple 8-ohm speaker with the positive wire going to a random pin location and the other side to one of the common ground pins. Can anyone tell me if this is a viable method of achieving sound output? I have the code which was given to me by my professor but the code was meant for another board with an audio jack but I know I can do it without
  3. UPDATE: It was the RGB Keyboard that was the problem. Using a standard keyboard works.
  4. I have been following the demo documentation for interfacing a USB keyboard with the Basys3 Artix-7 board but I have not been able to see the outputs on the serial terminal "Tera Term". I have been following this Demo documentation: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/basys-3-keyboard-demo/start Here is the Github file with the vivado project: https://github.com/Digilent/Basys-3-Keyboard/releases/tag/v2018.2-3 I'm using a corsair K55 Gaming Keyboard, it uses a standard USB connection. I have Tera Term on my computer to dis