AVR: Attiny 2313 V-USB media volume control

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 in AVR, USB by DP


Rupert Hirst has written a detailed article on his AVR V-USB media volume control:

My most rewarding projects are the ones which i actually use. I like my audio gear so, this was the perfect companion project!
On my desk i have a headphone amplifier for my AKG K702’s headphones, below it i have my self built Onixia integrated amplifier for my bookshelf speakers. I have been thinking about making a global volume control for both devices for quite some time… here is the results of my efforts.

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One Response to “AVR: Attiny 2313 V-USB media volume control”

  1. vimark says:

    Very handy gadget, I like the feel of controlling a large physical volume knob like the old days using this. Thanks for posting.

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