7,680 results for mp3

Products 2217 found

SparkFun MP3 Player Shield

DEV-10628
$ 39.95
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MP3 Trigger

WIG-11029
$ 49.95
3
SparkFun MP3 and MIDI Breakout - VS1053

BOB-09943
$ 24.95
SparkFun MP3 Breakout - VS1063

BOB-11684
$ 24.95
MP3 and MIDI Codec - VS1053B

COM-08892
$ 19.95
SparkFun MP3 Breakout - VS1033D

BOB-10608
$ 19.95
LilyPad MP3

DEV-11013
$ 49.95
MP3 Codec IC - VS1103B

COM-08894
$ 14.95
MP3 and MIDI Codec - VS1063

COM-11025
$ 9.95

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DEV-08608
Retired

COM-09398
Retired

BOB-00519
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COM-00305
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Tutorials 296 found

MP3 Player Shield Hookup

January 13, 2014

How to get your Arduino groovin' using the MP3 Player Shield.

Getting Started with the LilyPad MP3 Player

May 8, 2013

The LilyPad MP3 Player is an amazing little board that contains almost everything you need to play audio files. You can use it to create all kinds of noisy projects, from MP3 hoodies to talking teddy bears. Your imagination is the only limit! This tutorial will help you get started.

My Drunk Kitchen Apron

September 5, 2013

A fun project that uses the LilyPad MP3 trigger. This apron will dispense helpful kitchen advice and humor from the host of My Drunk Kitchen, Hannah Harto!

Using the Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V

September 5, 2013

This tutorial is your guide to all things Arduino Pro Mini. It explains what it is, what it's not, and how to get started using it.

LDK Experiment 3: Buttons and Switches

October 2, 2013

An introduction to the use of LilyPad buttons and switches.

Logic Levels

June 3, 2013

Learn the difference between 3.3 V and 5 V devices.

HMC6343 3-axis Compass Hookup Guide

August 7, 2014

How to hook the HMC6343 -- a high-end, tilt-compensated compass module -- up to an Arduino. Never get lost again!

SIK Experiment Guide for Arduino - V3.2

October 23, 2014

The SparkFun Inventor's Guide is your map for navigating the waters of beginning embedded electronics. This guide contains all the information you will need to explore the 16 circuits of the SparkFun Inventor's Kit, 16 circuits of the SparkFun Arduino Kit, 8 circuits of the RedBoard Starter Kit.

Pro Micro & Fio v3 Hookup Guide

November 8, 2013

An overview of the Pro Micro, how to install it, and how to use it with Arduino.

Cackling Apple Head Witch

October 30, 2014

Make your own cackling apple head witch to scare all of the trick or treaters this Halloween!

Mini FET Shield Hookup Guide

May 1, 2014

Learn how to hookup and use the FET shield for Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V. With this shield, you can control much larger loads such as motors or large LED strips without straining your Arduino's power.

MMA8452Q Accelerometer Breakout Hookup Guide

June 11, 2014

How to get started using the MMA8452Q 3-axis accelerometer -- a solid, digital, easy-to-use acceleration sensor.

ADXL337 and ADXL377 Accelerometer Hookup Guide

July 17, 2014

How to get started using both the ADXL337 and ADXL377 3-axis accelerometers with analog outputs.

Creating a Humidor Control Box

March 13, 2013

Because some of our boards need to be re-humidified after reflow, we decided to make our own humidor. This tutorial will focus on how to model a project in 3D and then fabricate it using a CNC routing machine.

RGB Panel Jumbotron

August 5, 2014

This tutorial will show you how to combine a webcam, a 32x32 RGB LED panel, and a Teensy 3.1 to stream video from the webcam, pixelate it, and display it on the LED panel - LIVE.

Gram Piano Assembly Guide

March 20, 2014

A quick tutorial to show you how to assemble and use your Gram Piano.

WAV Trigger Hookup Guide V11

May 30, 2014

An introduction to being able to trigger music and sound effects based on buttons, sensors, or switches using the WAV Trigger board.

Customizing LilyPad LED Colors

May 19, 2014

A short guide to creating a rainbow of new LilyPad LED colors at home!

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Archived Tutorials 14 found

MP3 Player Belt Buckle

An intermediate project with an LPC2148, and accelerometer and an MP3 decoder, all fit nicely in one BIG belt buckle!

High Voltage Ringer

How do you make the classic bell ringer work off 3.8VDC? The magic of a DC/DC converter!

Bloader and Screamer 877A

(Outdated but good info) An in-depth tutorial on our in-house boot loader and accompanying Windows program. Find out how to build your own!

What is this place?

A few common answer to a few common questions about uCs and this site.

LPC2148 USB Bootloader Tutorial

Find out how the SparkFun bootloader works. Don't know what a bootloader is? Read on to find out.

PogoBeds: SparkFun Production and Testing

With the power of the pogo pin and some creativity, our testing methods have come a long way! Our ever growing arsenal of test-jigs is now up to 138. See how they work and how we make them.

Decorative Conductive Fabric Button

A simple, decorative momentary button made from conductive fabric, conductive thread, and common craft supplies.

Elevator TARDIS

How to turn a lift into a TARDIS (or trigger sound playback using the sensor of your choice)

Piezo Drum Kit Quickstart Guide

Getting started with Piezo elements

Mono Audio Amplifier Quickstart Guide

Quick start guide for the Mono Audio Amp Breakout board

Blog 635 found

LilyPad MP3 Giveaway!

August 27, 2014 145

What would you build with the LilyPad MP3 player?

Robot Skeleton Sidekick

April 13, 2010 18

Craig Ferguson's new slick talking sidekick uses the MP3 Trigger and Rebel LED's

Hacker-in-Residence: Java-powered Media Player

September 16, 2014 1

Roberto Marquez is joining us for three weeks to work on polishing and beefing up his DIY MP3 player!

UAVs and Giant Belt Buckles

December 11, 2008 3

New MP3 belt buckle tutorial and a handful of new products covering Uzebox open source game console, Arduino compatible Funnel I/O, Port-o-Rotary Blue (with Bluetooth? connection!), function generator and counter kits, and the new Arduino Ethernet Shield.

New Stuff and We're Closed!

March 27, 2009 4

We've got a new GPS buying guide, new MP3 board, serial multiplexer, SparkFun wrist belt, servo extension, iPhone LCD, low-cost DMM, a programmable oscillator, and lots of snow.

New Products Tuesday!

April 27, 2010 7

We have a handful of new products, including the new Fez Domino, Triple Luxeon Rebel LED Breakout, ADXL345 Eval Board, the TTS256 Text-to-Speech chip, the LYPR540AH Triple Axis Gyro Board, SPI-to-UART IC Breakout, the MP3 Trigger V2, an updated microSD Shield, and a Multiplexer Breakout Board.

New Product Friday: Fil 'Er Up

July 11, 2014 7

Some more filaments and some retail kits. That's what we've got for this week.

New Product Friday: The Servo Trigger

March 27, 2015 9

This week we have the new Servo Trigger, the ESP8266 WiFi module, a new version of the Taz 3D Printer, and more!

New Product Friday: Lulzbot

June 13, 2014 9

The future is here. This week we have a sound generator, 3D printer, and more!

Guest Blog: Circumventing Science Lab Budget Cuts with Open-Source Hardware

January 23, 2015 1

High-­school science teachers can radically reduce the cost of building up science labs while giving students opportunities to engage in genuine design processes by introducing them to open­-source hardware. A vast collection of free and pre­-designed low-­cost scientific tools are available, many of which can be printed on a open­-source 3­D printer, including the printer itself. Not only can students benefit from access to research grade equipment, there are ample opportunities for students to build on, improve, and customize scientific tools as part of their curriculum. In this way the number and value of the open­-source hardware designs can expand with student effort, enabling a powerful motivating factor for science education.

Maker Faire and XBee

May 1, 2008 0

We'll be at Maker Faire in San Mateo. Come visit us!

SparkFun in 3D

August 26, 2013 5

An update on our efforts to provide 3D models of popular SparkFun parts

The Return to Shenzhen - Part 3

June 15, 2011 46

SparkFun visits various factories and the electronics market in Shenzhen, China.

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Resources 26 found

RedBot & RedBoard with miniBloq

March 11, 2014

A step by step tutorial on how to use the drag and drop environment, miniBloq, to program SparkFun's RedBot and RedBoard.

Arduino Cheatsheet

August 19, 2014

This is an overview of the most important / commonly used Arduino commands.

Resistance Board

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

A project using e-textiles to show the concept of resistance in an intuitive manner.

Getting Started with Scratch 1.4

April 26, 2014

This guide is a great place to start with Scratch.

Intro to Arduino

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Here is a slide show presentation for introducing the Arduino SparkFun Inventor's Kit.

Processing Cheatsheet

July 8, 2014

We have compiled a quick reference list of all of the common commands we use for teaching Processing. This was created in Microsoft PowerPoint. The raw, ed

Paper Circuits: Lotus Flower Pop Up Card

Angela Sheehan May 6, 2014

Templates used in the Have Fun with Paper Circuitry workshop at GESTEM on 5/9/14.

e-Textile Art Pin

Angela Sheehan June 11, 2014

Create a quick and easy piece of e-textile art using a LilyPad LED, Battery Holder, conductive thread, and coin cell battery.

HotSheets: Processing

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

Are you looking for a gradual and project based way to learn Processing. Check out this set of HotSheets that take you from 0 understanding to awesome!

Electronic Graphics Resources

February 6, 2014

Illustrator file with a variety of electronics images and icons. Made by Adam Meyer of bildr.org.

Giant Soldering

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Instructions on how to create a giant prop soldering iron to demonstrate PTH and SMD soldering techniques to large groups.

Giant Breadboard Poster

May 27, 2014

Looking to teach how breadboards work? Print this file out to a poster, laminate it, and use dry erase markers to illustrate the internal connections.

LilyPad and Sewable Circuits in Libraries

Angela Sheehan October 20, 2014

Tips for incorporating easy to use, scalable, and fun activities for library programs.

MakerScience and Arduino

April 7, 2014

Learn how to teach basic concepts of electricity and circuits, program a microcontroller, and integrate making, building, and inventing into your classroom

HotSheets: Scratch

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

These HotSheets cover a few basic introductory exercises at learning how to use Scratch and the PicoBoard.

PicoBoard LabPack Getting Started Guide

Brian Huang April 21, 2015

This is a hand-out illustrating how to get started using the PicoBoard and auxiliary sensors on ports A, B, C, and D. The LabPack comes complete with 10 Pi

Paper Circuits: Light Up Valentine Pop Up Cards

Angela Sheehan March 27, 2014

Templates and slide presentation used in the Light Up Your Love with Paper Circuitry class on 2/12/14.

Arduino in a Nutshell

February 6, 2014

Beginner's guide to the Arduino Uno R3 by Prof. Jan Borchers.

LilyPad with ArduBlock Workshop

Angela Sheehan June 10, 2014

Presentation materials on using ArduBlock with the LilyPad Simple Development Board during a workshop at Fashion Institute of Technology 6/5/2014.

Physics and Open-Source Robotics - Activities for the classroom

Brian Huang April 9, 2015

Position, velocity, acceleration, torque, and rotation—these are all key concepts in both physics and robotics. Why not integrate these things together? We

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Classes 2 found

May 30, 2015

Costuming with Electronics: Beyond the Blink

Join us for an afternoon of electronic costuming. In this workshop we will be talking specifically about adding input to your wear…

July 6, 2015

Microcontrollers for Educators

Connecting the STEM Dots: Microprocessors and Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Classroom. Colorado State University Dep…

Articles 36 found

Electrify Your Prom

If you’re in high school, you are undoubtedly starting to hear that mythical word echo through the hallways - yes, “prom season” is nearly upon us. Victorian-era fashion is so…

Pi Day 2015

You didn’t think we had forgotten about Pi Day did you? What’s Pi Day, you ask? Well, on March 14th (A.K.A. 3-14) it’s the day we celebrate mathematics, science and all things gee…

Arduino Day 2015

On Arduino Day, starting at 12:01 a.m. MDT 3/28/2015 and running until 11:59:59 p.m. MDT 3/28/2015, we’re offering heavy discounts on some of our favorite Arduino and Arduino-compatible boards…

The SparkFun Dumpster Dive

The Dumpster Dive is sold out! Check back later for the next Dumpster Dive!

Holiday Shipping 2013

With the holidays rapidly approaching, we want to make sure you get your presents in time! Please refer to the below shipping methods and dates to make sure you get your order by Dec. 24th. Please …

GPS Buying Guide

GPS Buying Guide Above your head, right now, at an altitude of about 20,200 km there is a system of navigation satellites. There’s 35 of them, 24 active at any given time. It cost millions and …

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide Accelerometers and gyros are becoming increasingly popular in consumer electronics, so maybe it’s time you added them to your project! Scrolling through…

Arduino Buying Guide

Arduino Buying Guide Let’s face it, there are a lot of different Arduino boards out there. How do you decide which one you need for your project? With this table, you can not only compare featu…

Actobotics

Actobotics Actobotics is a robotics building system based around extruded aluminum channels, gears, precision shafts, and ball bearings. Thanks to the two standardized hole patterns, nearly all Actob…

Donation Day

On Monday, May 20, 2013, SparkFun Electronics will donate 10% of all sales to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The Electronic Frontier Foundation - or EFF - is one of the very few non-profit legal…

XBee Buying Guide

XBee Buying Guide Welcome to the wireless world of XBee. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t, either way you are in for a fun ride. XBees are tiny blue chips that can communicate …

Free Shipping July 15 - July 19

Starting at 12:01:01 a.m. (MT) on Monday, July 15th until Friday, July 19th at 11:59:59 p.m. (MT), SparkFun will be offering free economy shipping on orders over $60 (before taxes). This applies t…

Wireless Buying Guide

Wireless Buying Guide When it comes to throwing data over the ether, there are a lot of options. If you’re confused about what wireless technology is best for your next project then keep on rea…

Behind-the-Scenes

At SparkFun, we are proud of our geeky culture and love to share it. Check out this section for some behinds-the-scenes footage of all things SparkFun. Tours If you ever find yourself in Niwot an…

Defend The Open Internet

Defend the Open Internet When cash speaks louder than innovation the Internet ceases to be open.This could happen. You can stop it. I. The Internet of today Today the Internet is an open plac…

OSHW

Open Source Hardware If a device or project has this icon, it means the plans must: Contain editable source files Allow for modification No discrimination against groups (Flying Spaghetti Monster) …

Nathan Seidle Bio

Nathan Seidle (pronounced sigh-dle) is the founder and CEO of SparkFun Electronics in Boulder, Colo. Nathan founded SparkFun in 2003 while an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering. …

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources Here are a few resources that we’ve used here at SparkFun around teaching PicoBoard and Scratch. This page is a work-in-progress. Please email us at (education…

SIK Capstone Contest

Since we first started teaching with the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit (or SIK), we’ve seen some teachers and students do amazing things beyond what the kit teaches. In the SIK Capstone Co…

Dog Policy

Dog Policy Introduction This is the SparkFun Electronics Dog Policy. It is a living document used to govern the perk of bringing dogs to work as an employee of SparkFun. The canonical form of this d…

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