Wow, you already have a working PIC implementation ?Originally Posted by peppuz79
I'd be glad if you could make it public somewhere so that I can point people to it. I know several people would like to activate SPDIF IN only to connect a mp3-capable DVD player with SPDIF OUT, for example...
Well, I think many people would be happy with something like a combination of 5331AKS and a CS8405A, like the Connects2... But I know you're much more in the mp3 decoder field :-)I have asked my self now? the SPDIF audio? then I'm searching
new way to encoding/converting/emulating the SPDIF audio, for example using old standalone mp3 player but for now no good news.
Also work with Yampp3/USB (www.yampp.com) but the same problem SPDIF Source?
Why not ? But I'm afraid I won't be of any help...I'm interessed too.Well, we could bypass the head unit and try to connect directly to the display, but this is a completely different project
New thread discussion?
All I have for now is the pinout of the yellow connector to the "central control unit" at the back of the HU, but it looks like a synchronous bus connection (CLK / DTA / IRQ), so I definitely don't have the hardware to connect to it. However, here there's no need for a CDC so anybody with a Renault can start hacking...
The other way would be to connect between the "central control unit" and the display, but the display is different if you have a Carminat GPS option, while the yellow connector seems the common part of all setups, so it would probably be more universal...
I see, I see :-)Anyway other solution in my mind is the follow (any suggestions are aprreciated):
MP3 Player based on:
ATMEL128L,MAX3587S(mp3 decoder with spdif output), USB Controller (MASTER mode ) and some LCD (like Nokia color/grayscale).
The decoder that I'm using now doesn't support the Digital output (VS10XX more info www.vlsi.fi).
So you can put your usb key in the mp3 player and listen the music in a car.
Definitely not my way, but put an ad for that on planeterenault forums and I bet you'll find tens of interested people in a few hours :-)