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DSPdap is different from other MP3 player projects because it uses a programmable DSP as its CPU instead of using a microcontroller and a hardware MP3 decoder chip. Because of this, it is capable of playing not only MP3 but all popular digital audio formats (i.e. WMA, Ogg, RealAudio, etc) as and when the software is written to do so. Currently only MP3 supported.
 
DSPdap is different from other MP3 player projects because it uses a programmable DSP as its CPU instead of using a microcontroller and a hardware MP3 decoder chip. Because of this, it is capable of playing not only MP3 but all popular digital audio formats (i.e. WMA, Ogg, RealAudio, etc) as and when the software is written to do so. Currently only MP3 supported.
  
This is an open source and open hardware MP3 player project. Full schematics and source code available.
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This is an open source and open hardware MP3 player project. Full [http://www.infoservicetv.com TV schematics] and source code available.
  
 
http://dspdap.sourceforge.net
 
http://dspdap.sourceforge.net

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