this is awesome, i saw it a couple months ago at this point when you posted it on the zune forums.
Is there any way to get a car computers touch screen to control the zune? that would be perfect, the zunes interface is really awesome.
i gotcha, im thinking of doing the same thing since i have a zune hd already and a screen sitting here, im just waiting to buy a computer for the rest of my project, so this may hold me over for a little while.
anyway awesome job man it looks amazing hopefully my car turns out that nice!
Absolutely fantastic, this so far seems like the best way to use what is already a great interface for the car, subscribed for updates.
Hopefully similar will be possible with the upcoming windows 7 mobile!
Good news: I finally posted everything today (including PCB schematics, pin descriptions and firmware) on dedicated page http://sites.google.com/site/projectmuno/
Questions and comments are welcome
P. S. Please, don't ask me what Muno means. It's just pretty short and good enough name for the project.
Hi, i have been watching your interface and it is amazing...the only doubt i have is how do you control de Dr.Dac2 dx...vis IBUS?...
Thanks and congratulations for the job...
I remember seeing this on youtube. Very nice work and ofcourse as a loyal Zune HD owner I LOVE IT!
Project X10 Belazer
Progress: NEVER ENDING!!!
Now I using highly tweaked Alpine PXA-H701 processor with DACs replaced by custom high-quality PCM1794 based DACs. Thanks to the tweak it's way better than Dr.Dac2 in term of SQ. To control this processor from factory monitor I had to develop another controller which allows to communicate with any device on AiNet bus.
More on this project: http://www.mp3car.com/car-audio/1286...-solved-4.html
Diagram of my current system:
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Ahahaha it has been some while right? ahaha...Thanks for your answer, i have read all that thread before asking...
So you have a Pxa-h701...i am planning to build a car pc, with a toslink out...but i dont know whether to connect the toslink out from the sound card to a pxa-h701...or buy some good sound car and connect it directly to the amp.
Thanks again for making public the ai10 project...it is a really nice piece of work!
1. Internal sound cards are tend to pick up the noise from other PC components and not good enough PC power supplies. Ground loops are also bigger issue here.
2. External car processor is independent from PC and could work with other digital sources like Zune HD. Most sound cards are less flexible in terms of connectivity.