Sing for the moment! The DFPlayer Mini is a small and low cost MP3 module player with an simplified output directly to the speaker. The module can be used as a stand alone module with attached battery, speaker and push buttons or used in combination with an Arduino UNO
or any other with RX/TX capabilities.
The DFPlayer perfectly integrates hard decoding module, which supports common audio formats such as MP3, WAV and WMA. Besides, it also supports TF card with FAT16, FAT32 file system. Through a simple serial port, you can play the designated music without any other tedious underlying operations.
- Car navigation voice broadcast;
- Road transport inspectors, toll stations voice prompts;
- Railway station, bus safety inspection voice prompts;
- Electricity, communications, financial business hall voice prompts;
- Vehicle into and out of the channel verify that the voice prompts;
- The public security border control channel voice prompts;
- Multi-channel voice alarm or equipment operating guide voice;
- The electric tourist car safe driving voice notices;
- Electromechanical equipment failure alarm;
- Fire alarm voice prompts;
- The automatic broadcast equipment, regular broadcast.
- Supported sampling rates (kHz): 8/11.025/12/16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48
- 24 -bit DAC output, support for dynamic range 90dB , SNR support 85dB
- Fully supports FAT16 , FAT32 file system, maximum support 32G of the TF card, support 32G of U disk, 64M bytes NORFLASH
- A variety of control modes, I/O control mode, serial mode, AD button control mode
- Advertising sound waiting function, the music can be suspended. when advertising is over in the music continue to play
- Audio data sorted by folder, supports up to 100 folders, every folder can hold up to 255 songs
- 30 level adjustable volume, 6 -level EQ adjustable
|Projects|Project 1. Arduino - Test DFPlayer Mini MP3 Module by Stonez
Project 2. How to Make an Automatic Christmas Tree
With all the lights and decorations that people use at Christmas, power is left on all the time and electricity bills skyrocket. I made this motion detecting Christmas tree light setup that only turns on when people are nearby.
Hardware list:PIR Sensor
x1I/O Expansion Shield v7.1
x1Mini mp3 module DFSpeaker
Regular power extension lead (with some modifications)1k resistors
Project 3. How to Make a Jumping Paper Frog
Back in the 80’s and 90’s kids made their own toys like paper planes and spinning tops. These toys accompanied them throughout their childhood. Now let's make a frog.
1. Bluno Beetle controller
2. 3.7V Battery
3. Analog Sound Sensor ( compatiable with Arduino)
4. Player module
Project 4. Death Star word clock
Fast forward to Maker Faire 2015, where I had the pleasure of meeting the Particle team and several of the Elites, I noticed one of the latter was building a word clock as well. That's what gave me the final motivation to build one myself. Luckily I saw him struggling with soldering well over a 100 Neopixels for over a day, and I decided mine would have to be simpler. One of the other Elites had made an interesting project with an RGB matrix, which sparked the idea that those two might make a great combo.
Project 5. How to Make A Terrifying Halloween Gadget
This is a simple but fun application for Halloween. All you need is a mask, a stepper motor, a micro-controller, a motor driver, a MP3 module and some wires as well as batteries.
Project 6. How to Make A Pet Wearable