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'PICBASIC-L MP3 harware player'
1999\03\11@185451 by ryan pogge

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OK first of all Im posting this to the whole list beacause
many people find
this project interesting from the amount of mail I have
received
about it in the last few hours =)

maybee its pointless to reinvent the wheel, it looks like 2
people have already done it
just not with a PIC!!!!!  any comments on this???
well at very least this will give people some information on
the subject.

AVR is an ATMEL FLASH micro controller.
I would *like to use a PIC16C65A or something similar if
possible though.
just beacause I have the development tools.  It looks like
the Hitachi uC is
the choice processor for some reason though.

here are some MP3 links

general MP3 hardware chip info:
www.pc.elec.uq.edu.au/~bennetbm/mpeg_review/review.ht
ml

similar project uses the MAS3507D
http://applecyber.dyndns.com/acplay/index.spml

file downloads for the above site:
http://applecyber.dyndns.com/files/ACPlay/

another similar project useing the MAS3507D
http://www.tu-darmstadt.de/fb/et/uet/uet/oscar/oscar.html

makers of the DSP chip:
http://www.itt-sc.de/

link to chip info on above site:
http://www.itt-sc.de/products/mas.html#MAS3507D

mp3 general site:
http://www.mp3.com/

harware section of mp3.com
http://www.mp3.com/hardware/

a nice car MP3 player(although i think it uses a small
biscut PC)
http://www.empeg.com/main.html




>Sounds interesting.
>Where do i get info on the DSP chip?
>What is AVR?
>
>Dave Saum
>
>ryan pogge wrote:
>
>> Is anyone interested in working with me to design a
hardware
>> MP3
>> Player based on the MAS3507D MPEG-1/2 Layer 2/3 DSP chip
>> I will use A pic to control it (I2C), and it will get its
>> data from a
>> ATA/ATAPI device (hard disk).
>> I have some info/schematics/source to other peoples
similar
>> projects
>> but they used AVR's... but it is good reference.
>> the reason I posted to the stamp list also is that I may
use
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