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July 30, 2014

µVolume USB Volume Control Project

at 7:55 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

µVolume USB Volume Control Project


This neat µVolume project by Rupert Hirst of RunAwayBrainz allows you to control your tunes with a nice big knob that uses a rotary encoder to get the user input. You can see the previous version in action below.

Via: Electronics Lab


              Arduino Compatible (Atmel Atmega32u4)
              Manual volume adjustment using the rotary encoder
              (IR) Infra red  remote control of volume and multimedia controls.
              Apple remote or user defined
              Visual and audible Feedback
               RGB Lighting Customization’s”




µVolume USB Volume Control Project _2


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One Response to “µVolume USB Volume Control Project”

  1. Dustin W Says:

    If you are interested of doing this too (like me), additional details are on his prototype writeup.

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