This is the Sidplayer, a standalone device that allows plays sid files initially made for the C64 (psid files format only). You just grab the
entire sid database from https://www.hvsc.c64.org/, drop the content on the root of a formatted fat32 microsd, connect your headphones, power up and you are done. You can start listening to the amazing chiptunes made for the great C64.
Now the sidplayer is blutooth capable. You can solder a blutooth module and you will be able to listen to sid songs on a capable bt receptor.
Some changes were made from the last design, now all the components are behind including the next, play/pause and back buttons.
Shipping time 2-3 days.
Update on 31/08/2021:
I’ve to rectify this… yes, you can grab the entire sid database from https://www.hvsc.c64.org and drop it into the root folder of the MicroSD, yes..But it will take longer to index each of the psid files and start playing.. I recommend that you put 100-200 sid files onto sd each time. Putting the 53.000 sid files into the SD will not be usable.
Also there is another source of sid files compatible in https://www.sidamp.com/
CPU: STM32F411CEU6 / 512KB Flash / 128KB of RAM
2 layer PCB on Black color (pictures of green pcb are just an example).
Gold metal 3.5mm headphone jack including pot for volume adjustment. Both channels are connected to one source (mono on both channels).
Onboard battery charger (battery not included, requires a lithium battery).
Microusb changer input (you can use it for directly power or to charge the battery if it’s available). Just use any Android charger.
3 buttons for easy operation (back, play/pause, next).
3 LEDs that represent each channel’s activity.
Includes an original acrylic transparent jewel cassette case with a color printed cover.
Microusb charger and microsd card are not included.
Core completely based on the Bakisha Sid player project https://github.com/Bakisha/STM32-SID-PLAYER
Able to emulate the SIDs 6581 and 8550.
Some filters are enabled but due to the hardware limitation, they do not cycle exact.
Can play all the PSID file format but not the RSID formats.
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