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CD Changer? Answered

Is there a cheap to make device to grab a cd place it on one pile remove a cd from another pile inject it into a standard cd tray and then signal the computer to press a button?

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zdux0012

10 years ago

I'm looking for something that can handle a stack of 100 a time at least. The tricky bit is to grab only one from the blank stack. (wtc7 if your wondering)

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killerjackalopezdux0012

Reply 10 years ago

Oh right, you know you can buy machine that does up to 20 burns at a time, also you could possibly mod the mechanism out of a six stack changer...

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killerjackalope

10 years ago

Ermm, well you can use some freeware to add a CD eject shotcut, use a shortcut on a newly added button, as seen in this 'ible except you would be using a transistor or relay, also you'd need an arm mech, Maybe nick a few parts ideas from this 'ible. And use a microcontroller to move the lot of them in the right way, you could probably use some kind of output from a computer to do this.

Or considering all the complications, buy an older CD changer I have a five disc one from a few years ago, it was only £60 then and is amazing, belts out musice at simply unholy levels, for normal listening the volume knob is turned about a twelfth of the way up...