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I know this is a few months old, but I'm wondering if this particular bluefruit model is reaching end-of-life. I can't even find it on mouser. Bummer... makes me wish I would have bought 3-4 more of them. This was probably the most useful bluetooth board I've ever owned.
So I've taken the original idea and gone a step further. I've added a few more momentary switches and have started using it as an Airturn BT-106 Quad with Jam Up Pro on my bass. It works beautifully with no problems. In addition to the four controller switches I also added volume up/down on the left side of the enclosure. I also added an additional LED with lights up every time a switch is depressed as a visual indicator. The enclosure is one I made out of 16 ga steel with a sheetmetal brake.It probably needs an instructable of it's own, but I wanted to give credit where credit is due. Thanks for a great tutorial to start out the project.
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