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  • @Tobbe - it's because the two one-way examples are only sending data when required...

    Basically, when nothing is playing, the voltage on the headphone jack is 0v - but we want it to be 1v, so we can go down to -1v and get a 2v swing. You can't just change it to 1v and start sending data, so it has to slowly ramp it up to 1v and wait for the capacitor in the circuit to charge. It could probably be done faster, but 1 second seemed like a nice round number.


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