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Topic: BY-8001-16P u-disk audio player  (Read 71 times) previous topic - next topic


These look like useful little player modules but the information is scant. Anyone know how the audio files on the SD card should be named so that the module knows which track to play?. Is it 0001.wav, 0002.wav 0003.wav or is it something else ?.


Mar 07, 2015, 06:17 am Last Edit: Mar 07, 2015, 06:31 am by borland
It looks similar to the Waytronic 5001 product, but I see the serial op codes are slightly different.  Looks like it does playlists and supports 4 ohm speaker.

I used Bing web page translator to translate this web page to english:  http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=41373588720

Probably doesn't matter what your files are named, unless you want to be sure they are in a specific order for serial commanding them to play back.   Naming files with a numbering prefix automatically orders them in the file system, so you can command the player to play file number xx.   

The picture of the module looks to show resistors for control mode 101 (ABC).  Description states UART serial is not available for that mode.  So you might need to remove/install a resistor.

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