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ZolaSound

Mar 29, 2019, 07:55 pm Last Edit: Mar 29, 2019, 09:57 pm by ZolaSound
Hi,
for a sound art project I want to build a device that works like this:
 
with an RFID card you start a music track (e.g. from a DFPlayer Mini MP3 Player) via a RFID sensor and this signal should then be audible over a wireless headset without having to press anything else (e.g. to pair/connect it). Is this possible?  Can this work with a Bluetooth module (HC-05 )? Has anyone ever tried anything similar? Or can it not work at all?
Unfortunately, I have no experience with wireless transmission.
I would be very happy about hearing your ideas!

Power_Broker

It might be possible if you use Bluetooth 4.0 (HM-10 instead of HC-05), but I'm not sure.

As for the DFPlayer Mini, try using this library instead of the terribly inefficient one that is linked by the manufacturer.
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