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DIY surround sound dock for Apple iPods and iPhones

Posted on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 in AVR, project logs by DP

Here is an open source surround sound dock for Apples i-devices. It features the standard Apple connector, has two 1W speakers, and an external output for headphones. It’s uses the LA2610 analog surround sound processor and an ATTiny13  microcontroller.

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