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Quite a few people have released the schematics and source code for their music player.
 
Quite a few people have released the schematics and source code for their music player.
Many of them are compatible with the [[MultiMediaCard]] standard.
 
 
Such open-source music players include:
 
Such open-source music players include:
  
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http://lestmar.com/
 
http://lestmar.com/
  
== The Sakura, the World’s Simplest Open Source DIY MP3 player [defunct]==
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== The Sakura, the World’s Simplest Open Source DIY MP3 player ==
  
 
The Sakura, the World’s Simplest Open Source DIY MP3 player.
 
The Sakura, the World’s Simplest Open Source DIY MP3 player.
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* http://mpic3.com/downloads/ "Mpic3": Source Code in CCS PIC C and has Compact Flash and FAT16 code within it; schematic and PCB. Based on Microchip PIC18F452 and VLSI VS1001K MP3 CODEC IC.
 
* http://mpic3.com/downloads/ "Mpic3": Source Code in CCS PIC C and has Compact Flash and FAT16 code within it; schematic and PCB. Based on Microchip PIC18F452 and VLSI VS1001K MP3 CODEC IC.
** 12/04/12 '''Defunct''' / Ward Christensen
 
  
 
== PJRC High Capacity MP3 Player Circuit Board ==
 
== PJRC High Capacity MP3 Player Circuit Board ==

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