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[http://www.andyolivares.com/?page_id=6&lang=en Andy MP3 Player] is a PIC & VLSI's VS1011e based MP3 player with documentation in english/spanish.
 
[http://www.andyolivares.com/?page_id=6&lang=en Andy MP3 Player] is a PIC & VLSI's VS1011e based MP3 player with documentation in english/spanish.
 
== FrankVH MP3 Player ==
 
 
[http://www.frankvh.com/mp3-player.html Frankvh MP3 Player] uses an Atmel AVR Mega128 and an STA013 to play MP3s from a hard disk. It uses the same LCD as the PJRC player. It also contains a USB 2.0 interface for fast uploading of songs onto the harddisk. Complete schematics, sourcecode, and documentation in English is on the [http://www.frankvh.com/mp3-player.html website.]
 
  
 
== iPod ? ==
 
== iPod ? ==

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