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Use a cheap $10 MP3 Player, and control it using an Arduino.
Here i’m going to show you how to use a cheap $10 MP3 Player, and have Arduino Control it.
hello… can you teach me how to connect it to a relay? because all I need is to play it, when my arduino board sends a signal to the relay to activate the mp3 to play…
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I’ve made the circuit, but it work only if the start/stop button is unwired. If I hooked the start/stop wire, all commands works as start/stop. I doesn’t use the ground wires, because the circuit won’t work. Any idea to make all buttons to work? I don’t use the vol buttons, only FF and Rew (and Start/Stop, that spoil my circuit).
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