uVolume T-32 USB volume & media control update

Posted on Monday, July 28th, 2014 in AVR, infrared by DP


Another update on µVolume USB volume control project by Rupert Hirst of  RunAwayBrainz, we covered it previously:

µVolume T-32 USB Volume Control update, featuring infra red media control

-Arduino Compatible (Atmel Atmega32u4)
-Manual volume adjustment using the rotary encoder
-(IR) Infra red remote control of volume and multimedia controls
-Apple remote or user defined
-Visual and audible Feedback
-RGB Lighting Customization’s


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2 Responses to “uVolume T-32 USB volume & media control update”

  1. Alan Hightower says:

    IR is a nice touch, however not sure it makes sense to be on the knob. Other than that, isn’t this basically a home-brew Griffin PowerMate?

  2. Mike says:

    Where can i purchase a uVolume T-32 USB Volume & Media control



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