Credit for internet knowledge that lead to my work:
1. https://harizanov.com/2012/05/toying-with-attiny84-and-sd-card-in-arduino-ide/ for a link to the wrapper.
2. http://gizmosnack.blogspot.sg/2013/04/tutorial-usart-and-avr.html for spi pin connection
3. http://elm-chan.org/works/sd8p/report.html for the sd code
4. https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-wave-shield-audio-shield-for-arduino/overview for the double buffering code
2. SD card adapter
1. 200 uF capacitor to remove noise
2. a npn transistor to amplify the sound
3. a 100 ohm resistor
4. a push button
The above components are optional. You can leave them out in the circuit diagram below. It will still work.
Difficulties that I encounter:
1. There is no sound. I was struck at this problem for a day. And I found it is because of a short circuit in DI and CS port of the SD adapter. I remove the bad solder and there is sound.
2. Wrong connection from SD to Attiny85. SD DO pin (second pin from the left) should go to Attiny DI pin (PB0). SD DI pin (third pin from the right) should go to Attiny DO pin (PB1).
Here is the circuit diagram:
Here is the software .ino Please note the wav file is name love.wav in the source. Please get your own wav file by using iTune etc to produce a 8 bit 8000 hz wave file.
hola. great shot , do you have a better schematic ?ReplyDelete
Can it read many files?ReplyDelete
Hi unfortunately the link to the INO file does not work anymore, any chance you could update? ThanksReplyDelete
Yes, could you please relink your .ino for this project? Thanks!ReplyDelete