The BAL, a development board for Bluetooth Audio devices. With BAL you can do a number of things, ranging from simply connecting your phone or laptop and streaming high quality, pop free, stereo audio from it, to more complex features like connecting a micro-controller, and controlling the connected device via Bluetooth. With an on-board pre-amplifier and pop filter, you can plug in headphones and listen right away, at CD quality.
Now includes Arduino library for RN52 development! Click here to find out more
For more information about BAL visit the product page on our website.
For all you specs nerds out there!
For the main chip - the RN52 from Microchip:
For the amplifier and pop filter - DRV602 from Texas Instruments:
The simplest function of the BAL is to be used as an audio streaming device, which allows you to convert your standard amplifier/home stereo set-up into a wireless entertainment device. Connecting to the BAL from any of your devices is as easy as you would expect.
Doayee have written an Arduino Library for the RN52 chip on the BAL to make implementation of the BAL even easier. For more information visit: http://doayee.co.uk/bal/library
Here is a video from our Kickstarter campaign:
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Doayee is a bespoke electronic project store and hobbyist blog, formed originally in 2012 by Tom Cousins, to document his experiences in the field. The team - Tom Cousins, Jacob Rawson & Tom McQueen - were brought together by a shared passion for electronics and an entrepreneurial drive. The trio launched the BAL project on Kickstarter in 2015 to huge success, raising over £1,800 to bring the product to life for 50 backers. Since then, the Doayee blog has been transformed into a full-blown electronics store.