Old TI analog sound chip; info?

From: Philip Pemberton <philpem_at_dsl.pipex.com>
Date: Thu Dec 19 02:18:01 2002

Tony Duell wrote:
> Somewhere I have an SPO256 (and external ROM) which can speak the
> words for a digital clock (numbers, 'hundred hours', 'wake up' (or
> some other 'alarm' message) and so on)
I've got four SPO256A-AL2s - all working. I'll be damned if I can find those
pesky 3.12MHz crystals though. Best offer I had was ?10 each, custom cut.

> The CTS256 was actually a pre-programmed PIC7000 (or TMS7000)
> microcontroller, BTW. Or at least the pinout matched perfectly.
I'm still looking for a CTS256, just in case anyone here has a spare. I've
always wanted to make an RS232 TTS board.

Received on Thu Dec 19 2002 - 02:18:01 GMT

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