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standalone mp3 player

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hide

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I currently looking for a project for my final year project.
i was thinking of building a standalone mp3 player but i have i few problems which i think u guys might be able to help.

the ideal standalone mp3 player:

No monitors required (Display screen like a hi-fi system will work)
Works like a cd player / vcr player
As cheap as possible (I have some old PC parts)
Port to transfer files into the built in hard disk
Works something like a mp3 Jukebox

----Optional----
Removable drive (Like a CD / Video Tape)
 

john1

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That looks very interesting to me ...
 

hide

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it would be better if there's more detail on it...
like how i can build it...with circuit diagrams

i search ard the webby kinjalgp provided...but it only provide assembled kits and stuff...

thnkz.
 

rajavelT

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Dear friend Hide

I am also interested to the same project. i searched websites so many..
i found one website called www.mp3projects.com may be this is help you better.
and tell if you find something food.
bye
 

kinjalgp

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I think you have not seen the site properly. Check out this page: https://www.pjrc.com/tech/mp3/tech_docs.html
Use navigation bar on the left of the page to open/view desired document.

The documentation is extensive and provides all the information needed to build your own MP3 player.
 

kinjalgp

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Thats the fun when playing with digital electronics and microcontroller. Hundreds of data lines, buses...., big PCBs...and long debugging time......... wow,. I love this stuff :D
 
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