Originally Posted by andrewzuku. I've had a couple of people ask for my code, especially the stuff relating to the PT Feel free to do whatever you like with this code, just give me credit in the comments if you use a big chunk of it. If you do anything cool, let me know!
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Originally Posted by andrewzuku. I've had a couple of people ask for my code, especially the stuff relating to the PT Feel free to do whatever you like with this code, just give me credit in the comments if you use a big chunk of it. If you do anything cool, let me know! I'd be inclined to use something more powerful than an Arduino, something that could play FLAC music from a USB hub stuffed full of thumbdrives, or perhaps a 2.
You could still use the arduino as the central system control MCU, in fact most headunits still do. It's been quite a while since I've done anything on this, but I've finally had some free time and money to spend on it. I'm working on an Arduino library for the VMusic3 that I'll upload later, but for now here's a photo of where I'm at Find More Posts by andrewzuku. Oh, and to answer Extreem's question about the rotary encoders and knobs Rotary encoders From sparkfun.
The knob's part number is K I have an MDV, but you could also look at the stereos in your local shop until you find knobs you like, and remember the model number for that stereo. I phoned up Kenwood's service department and ordered 10 of them. I was emailed an order form to fill out. VS is good for this. Also, maybe an AUX jack hooked to one of the sources, so you can tie your phone into it. Another thing is getting a bluegiga A2DP module instead of the Aux jack and tie that into one of the sources.
You can then code some library to control the bluegiga to set it up for handsfree, or just simple audio streaming Hello again! It's very nice of you to create libraries and such for these kind of things, really appreciate it! I'm still struggling with the PT, I can't seem to get it to work, there's simply no audio output from it however I try! I've connected it according to the datasheet you've linked in and tried every possible setting using your code for it, but it's still a no go.
Do you have a schematic of how you've wired it all up in particular the PTArduino bit? What type of capacitors are you using etc.? I'm sorry for all the questions, but I just want this to work! I'm starting to suspect that maybe my IC's are all bad Thanks again for sharing all your work and hope you find the time to finish it all up soon!
Hey Extreeem, I didn't realise you'd replied, otherwise I would have got back to you sooner. Here's a photo of the capacitors I've used:. Last edited by andrewzuku; 2nd November at PM. Reason: Eagle files. BB code is On. Smilies are On. Forum Rules. All times are GMT.
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Send a private message to Extreeem. Find More Posts by Extreeem. Here's a photo of the capacitors I've used: I don't think that photo will be much help with wiring though. My breadboard is a bit of a mess. Where the datasheet talks about mylar capacitors, I've used those green ones that look like candy. The only things I can suggest are: 1. Make sure the polarised capacitors are the right way around 5.
Make sure you set the volume in the code somewhere 6. If you're setting balance anywhere in your code, do it after selecting a source. Each source has it's own balance settings. If you've soldered the IC to an adapter like I have to use it on a bread-board, double check each pin's continuity with a mulitmeter.
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