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uVolume T-32 USB volume & media control update

Monday, July 28th, 2014

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...

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uVolume Mk2 USB volume control prototype

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Rupert Hirst posted an update on his µVolume USB Volume control we covered previously: Prototype test of the of the µVolume Mk2,  USB volume control. Now adds IR remote control with multimedia features. Check out the video after the break. (more…)

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AVR: Attiny 2313 V-USB media volume control

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

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...

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