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RadioduinoWRT – a do it yourself webradio

Posted on Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 in Arduino, Interface by DP

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Raffael Herrmann wrote in to let us know about his latest project the RadioduinoWRT – a do it yourself webradio:

In the last weeks I built a webradio by myself. It made from an Arduino, an hacked TP-Link WR703N router and some interface parts.
It’s fitted into a beautiful Yamaha enclosing and supports the original Yamaha interface, IR remotes, a webinterface and Android apps.

Visit Raffael’s website for project details.

Via the contact form.

Check out the video after the break.

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