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Description: The MOD-MP3-X is a ready to use VS1053 MP3 decoder board. It includes an SD socket, voltage regulation, and audio jacks. Add your choice of controllers and you've got a configurable MP3 player!

Features:

  • Based on VS1053 hardware decoder for MPEG 1 & 2 audio layer 3 (ISO 11172-3), MP3+V, WAV and PCM files ; supports ADPCM encoding and decoding
    supports VBR (variable bitrate) for MP3; Supports streaming
  • Single 1.5V battery cell operation with on board low power DC/DC voltage boost converter
  • On board STM32F103RBT6 microcontroller
  • USB mass storage device
  • UEXT to connect to host microcontroller (standard connector on our ARM development boards)
  • Can work as stand-alone MP3 player operation
  • SD/MMC socket on board
  • Stereo Audio microphone jack, Stereo Audio headphones jack
  • Can be used to record and playback
  • Triple action lever switch: Forward, Reverse, Play/Pause action
  • PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062"), red soldermask, white silkscreen component print
  • Dimensions: 60x60 mm (2.36x2.36")

Documents:

Replaces: BOB-07832

Comments 9 comments

  • Can I control this directly from a TTL serial port like the Arduino’s or do I need some sort of RS232 converter?

  • Can this device be used for recording audio? The application I have in mind is recording off a radio channel (on CD) continuously to SD card. This is whats commonly called a “voice recorder” application.

  • It appears from the photo that the JTAG connector is a smaller pitch 2x5 pin header. Anyone know if there’s an adaptor cable for the Olimex OCD USB debugger/programmer?

    • On another subject I note you designed the “MP3 Trigger”. Would it be possible to get a fimware version that has a “PTT” output on one of the I/O lines corresponding to TRIG17 or TRIG18? A “CD” input to hold off for a clear radio channel would also be useful. I also found experimentally that the MP3 trigger thinks tracks are approx 1.4 sec longer than they actually are [time from start of play to “X” response].

  • hmmm…. why did they NOT provide a breakout for what is probably the BEST feature on the whole device (I2S) and not breakout for the additional STM32 pins? This would have been perfect to make a small, high end music server with its own filtering of the DAC….. Guess I am stuck with like 3 extra boards that cost as much as this does!

  • PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062"), green soldermask, white silkscreen component print
    Slightly contradictory to the picture…
    On another note, this is a very nice looking board, this would be a great way to get into working with the VLSI chips and even ARM development. And it’s incredibly cheap!

  • awesome price =)
    edit: holy s*** REALLY awesome price man…
    bad thing about this is that I believe it does not have the bootloader which is cool because it wouldn’t be necessary to buy a JTAG programmer if you do not already have one.
    I believe the bootloader from stm32 is free, you guys could check it out, it’s really cool =)
    maybe on rev2 of this board =)


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