TruPlay- Hacking into an OVC3860 based bluetooth A2DP adapter using the MSP430

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2015 in hacks, MSP430 by DP


TruPlay –  controlling bluetooth A2DP devices using MSP430and OVC3860  from Rohit Gupta:

I wanted it to 3D Print a new case but couldn’t so, made a PCB that would sit on the Top of the adapter and command it. I was lucky to have a 3.3V Regulator inside the adapter so, an extra regulator was not required. For the project i used the MSP430G2553 microcontroller in a TSSOP20 package running @ 16Mhz and programmed using Energia! I added some standard condiments like a LED and an extra SMD tactile switch to further expand capabilities.

Project details at Rohit Gupta’s blog.

Check out the video after the break.

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