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uVolume T-32 USB volume & media control update

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

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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

Features:
-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

    Thanks

    Mike

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