this bluetooth module

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Hi guys.
I really like the look of this little bluetooth audio module. There aren;t manyout there this cheap.
however it is surface mount, so I decided to get a breakout board made for it, by a friend of mine who owns a small pcb manufacturing business. However I hoped someone here would consider taking a quick look at what connections they think are necessary.

I am outputting pwm from OCR1A on my mega1284p to a headphone jack. Instead of that I want to send it to this bluetooth unit. I am thinking I should put it into the mic input? My sound is mono, so I was just going to connect it to both mic inputs.

On page 14 of the datasheet they have a sample application circuit. I dont need all of that. I already have a 3.3v supply and a 1.8v supply. I just want it to transmit whatever sound is past to it from my mega1284p. I think I need RX and TX connected to it to program it into whatever mode I need it in, but I dont think I need to connect it up using its SPI connections?

Any help, a quick sketch of what people think I would need to connect or pin numbering would be soo helpful.
Thanks guys

http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/...

Datasheet at that site.

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Doesn't BT have a digital audio mode where you can pass PCM samples? The idea of converting them to analogue, playing them out of the AVR into the analogue input of a module that will then re-digitise the samples to pass over the digital radio channel just seems a bit pointless and odd if you can simply pass digital data anyway?

Your Google search terms may be A2DP, AVDTP and GAVDP.

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Nice point, but I am struggling a little with the datasheet for this product, and I cant find any other avr projects that bluetooth audio. This one is also much cheaper than the bluegiga one that sparkfun sell.

I think though that I've just taken it one step too far in my earlier explanation. I shouldnt connect to the mic input, but to the A2DP profile, which it says it has, but Im not sure what is required to connect it up.
Its the rest of the wiring I hoped I could get help on. Obv gnd, 3.3v, 1.8v TX - RX, RX - TX to program it. Or maybe I can send the data via tx/rx????

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tell you what. If someone is interested in this, I'll buy the parts needed to make a pcm audio bluetooth transmitter for you if you are interested in helping with the design/code? What do you think? We both learn something?

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