Go Down

Topic: Jukebox controlled by smartphone over home internet (Read 663 times) previous topic - next topic

gallegojm

I started a new project. The idea is:
  - to store in a SD memory card my preferred pieces of music converted to mp3
  - to control the reproduction of the music with any smartphone or computer connected to my home internet router
So I name my project LA ROCOLA or the jukebox.
I am using:
  - the Rogue rMP3 shield for supporting the SD card and reproducing mp3 coded files
  - the Arduino Ethernet for the wired connection to my router.
  - udp protocol for sending orders to La Rocola and receiving information from La Rocola
You can see the progress of my project at http://larocola.net

I have two questions about the rMP3 shield:
First, does anyone know if new firmware 100.02-b002 support SPI interface? (100.01 doesn't)
Second, is there a way to control led A and led B? Does anyone know what for they are?
I only see the blue led lighting when upgrading the firmware. I never saw the other one and don't know his color!

I hope my english is understandable!

dxw00d

Quote
First, does anyone know if new firmware 100.02-b002 support SPI interface?

Probably, the people that made it know. You could ask them. You could also provide a link to the shield, to save anyone having to go search for it.

gallegojm

Quote
You could also provide a link to the shield

Yes! you are right. I put this link in larocola.net. A link of link  :)
To make it shorter: http://www.roguerobotics.com/products/electronics/rmp3

Quote
You could ask them

You right too. I would do it. And post the answer if I get one.
Thank you

Go Up
 


Please enter a valid email to subscribe

Confirm your email address

We need to confirm your email address.
To complete the subscription, please click the link in the email we just sent you.

Thank you for subscribing!

Arduino
via Egeo 16
Torino, 10131
Italy