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September 19, 2012

PandoraBar – DIY Pandora Player

at 11:26 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Check out this cool DIY Pandora Player called the PandoraBar that Jianyi Liu built. His inspiration was the Mighty Ohm radio that we saw back in 2009. The initial thought was to use a router as the main processor but in the end Jianyi used the Beagle Board since it had the processing power needed to run the device. The case looks great, and it looks like it works very well. Of course you might not be able to use Pandora if you are outside the USA but you can always use a USA proxy. Keep your eye on Engscope for updates on the build in the near future.



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One Response to “PandoraBar – DIY Pandora Player”

  1. dreadknought Says:

    When I was stationed in Korea, I wrote a complaint to Pandora that I couldn’t listen even though I was on a US military base. A very nice man replied and told me they could give exceptions based on an IP address, but you have to have a static IP address for it to work. He even added me as a friend on Facebook. I was very pleased to be use Pandora without using a US based proxy or some such thing.

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