I had the same problem. So I'm starting a project to use the ST STA013, the only
other (to the best of my knowledge) mp3 chip on the market.
Keith Christopher wrote:
> > I will however agree that some people use too much muscle where something
> > smaller would be just fine. Example: the empeg car MP3 player. It uses a
> > Pentium-class CPU, when Micronas MP3 decoder chips cost $20-$25 _in
> > quantities of one_! Meanwhile, someone else has built a PIC-based MP3 player
> > that wraps around a hard drive. I'm not sure it has a display. It is
> > controlled through six buttons (fwd, back, prev, next, stop, play). I forget
> > what it's called though.
> I've looked everywhere and can't find the Micronas mp3 decoders in any quantities
> anyone know ? Digikey (my usual source has none.)
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