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Portable MP3 Player

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Nostrafus

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Wanted to know if anyone has built or has a schematic for a portable MP3 Player, wanted one that played at least 40 songs, and had a USB interface.

Anyone able to help, just one of my many projects.
 

Nostrafus

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Okay, update, has to be pocket size, and with little or no programming, beings as how I don't have a programmer, I'd prefer none, but can pick one up later if there's no way to get around.

Plus I'd like it to be under $100 in parts.
 

Nostrafus

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Thanks man, but I've already looked at most of the links listed, and all the ones I've looked for all required quite a bit of programming, or at least the access to a programmer to do some minor alterations.
 

Mosfet

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I'd like to see one also.
you might enjoy these:
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Nostrafus

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Yeah, I looked at that one, that's the closest so far, but still appears to need a bit of work.
 

1997 GA16DE

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I know this is prolly not what you're looking for b/c it's pretty big, but check out www.prjc.com . They have an MP3 player that works off a laptop hard drive and it will hold up to about 60GB in songs.
 

Nostrafus

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Okay, since I've never used a programmer, can someone suggest one that I could use to build the Yampp-7.
 

Mosfet

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It appears the dongle will program Yamp's boot code thru your PC's serial port.

But comparing schematics the J2 pin numbers don't seem right.
 

Nostrafus

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Aiight, well I've found most of the parts, but the only problem is they're running about $100 which is a little more that I want to spend.

So anyone have a link for one that's around $50 and about the same size, that can run off a 120MB smartcard ?
 
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