I was reading a post about this being able to break out frequencies to max 23 bands, any details on that?
Can the rMP3 read music directly via an input jack or does this only work with mp3 files loaded on the SD Card?
... I'm not sure why you'd want to input music to it.
I want to make something anyone can come plug their own mp3 player (or any device or microphone) and have it split the bands to dance and/or show a simple EQ. The EQ chip from blip does 7 bands and that is good enough for most needs, but wanted to see if this device could provide more details. It can, but not for my specific case of needing audio input. I realize this product is not made for that purpose and it may pull those details from the mp3 file, so I can see how it would not fit my current need .. but wanted to ask to be sure.Thanks for the details.
In the video - is that one of those off the shelf POV clocks (not sure the name) and you have modified it?
I bought a couple of rmp3 modules recently. Is it possible to play multiple audio tracks at once using these shields? I would really like to do this. thank you!