Introduction: Edison Phonograph
The phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. It's due for an update. How about we hook-up an Intel Edison to a vinyl record player and bring some WiFi to the HiFi.
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Step 1: Get Hardware
Get Intel Edison Arduino Kit:
Get a Record Player:
This build uses the below record player
Get a USB Audio Device:
This build uses the below USB audio device to take audio output from the record player.
Step 2: Setup Intel Edison and Arduino Breakout Board
Step 3: Setup Debian, DarkIce, Icecast
You'll need to load up Debian on your Edison board:
Then setup Darkice and Icecast2 to stream the audio from the Behringer USB Device to a URL:
Download this tarball: https://sourceforge.net/projects/darkice/files/
Use dropbox or some other method to stage the file for retrieval with wget.
wget tar -zxvf darkice-1.2.tar.gz
Here's directions for another platform that can also help: https://stmllr.net/blog/live-mp3-streaming-from-au...
Step 4: Setup Android Client App
Find the Android Client app source below:
You will need to have Android Studio setup and then be able to build the app and run it.