Catalex YX5300 serial mp3, playing wrong tracks

Hi,

First off, I’m a noob so please bear with me…

I’m having an issue which is driving me nuts, it must be a “me” issue as I cannot find any instances of anyone else with the same issue.

The problem I’m having is when I send commands to the player it can return a track I was not expecting.

For example, in my head, sending this command should play track 11:

sendCommand(CMD_PLAY_W_VOL, 0X1E11);

but it plays track 17 on the SD card… I have attached the code with the example.

I have numbered the tracks on the card as per the players manual (please see attached screenshot) and I have used a MP3 tag manager to remove all mp3 tags just in case.

Please can someone point out the bleeding obvious mistake I’m making? I can’t see the wood for the trees on this one… :o

Thanks in advance.

Paul

Setup

Arduino Mega with Catalex MP3 module on HW Serial 3

// MP3 SETUP_____________________________________________________
  #define mp3 Serial3  
  static int8_t Send_buf[8] = {0} ;
  #define CMD_SEL_DEV 0X09
  #define DEV_TF 0X02
  #define CMD_PLAY_W_VOL 0X22
  #define CMD_PLAY_W_INDEX 0X03
  #define CMD_PLAY 0X0D
  #define CMD_PAUSE 0X0E
  #define CMD_PREVIOUS 0X02
  #define CMD_NEXT 0X01

void setup() {
//-------(Initialse Serial)----
  Serial.begin(9600);
  mp3.begin(9600);
  delay(500);
  sendCommand(CMD_SEL_DEV, DEV_TF);
}

void loop() {
  sendCommand(CMD_PLAY_W_VOL, 0X1E11);
  delay(5000);


}

////////////////////////////////////MP3 Commands/////////////////////////////////////////////////////
void sendCommand(int8_t command, int16_t dat)
{
      delay(20);
      Send_buf[0] = 0x7e; //starting byte
      Send_buf[1] = 0xff; //version
      Send_buf[2] = 0x06; //the number of bytes of the command without starting byte and ending byte
      Send_buf[3] = command; //
      Send_buf[4] = 0x00;//0x00 = no feedback, 0x01 = feedback
      Send_buf[5] = (int8_t)(dat >> 8);//datah
      Send_buf[6] = (int8_t)(dat); //datal
      Send_buf[7] = 0xef; //ending byte
      for(uint8_t i=0; i<8; i++)//
    {
        mp3.write(Send_buf[i]) ;
    }

        }

You're sending Hex, so this is indeed asking for track 17

sendCommand(CMD_PLAY_W_VOL, 0X1E11);

Try:

sendCommand(CMD_PLAY_W_VOL, 0X1E0B);

HEX!!! its obvious! (Banging my head repeatably on my desk..)

Thanks for the quick reply and sorry for the stupid question...