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Jonny over at NippyChips reviewed our MAKE Daisy open source MP3 player –

This is a great little MP3 player and was a blast to put together, and fit into the neat case that I found. I would highly recommend this to anyone interested in electronics. The kit makes the whole process simple, and a great weekend project. The Daisy also is open source, so if you are an avid programmer, and have a PIC re-programmer the source is available. What makes this kit so neat is that you have a fully functioning MP3 player when you are done soldering. All you need is to format an SD card, add on some music, and plug the little Daisy into a power source. It will automatically start playing, and you can add buttons for all the functions you need. I can’t count the amount of people that question why I’m carrying a Tyco RC remote controller, and why headphones are plugged into it? When I tell them that I built an MP3 player inside, I get looks of disbelief. They think that I just took an Ipod or something and shoved it inside. Then I take off the back cover of the controller, and show them what’s inside. To see my experience of assembly and case modification read on…

NippyChips › Content › Daisy MP3 Player – Link.

Related:

  • MAKE open source MP3 player (daisy) – getting started … – Link.
  • MAKE Daisy MP3 player kit – Link.

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Daisy MP3 Player – Build your own. Daisy is an easy-to-build, pocket-sized open source MP3 player. – Link & get it at the Maker store.