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Subject: Re: An open source audio player

Re: An open source audio player

From: Michael Sevakis <>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2007 14:22:23 -0400

If TI would open up their documentation on the chip I'm sure it could go
over nicely. Rockbox is open source with full source code available. For
example: even with the AS3514 being NDA'ed, we still have the driver in
source form. I'm sure TI is protecting nonsense just like every other NDA'ed
thing I've ever had available and they're probably under similar agreements
for "technology" it contains from other vendors. oy.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Torgerson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 11:37 PM
Subject: N3: An open source audio player

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> I'm from the Neuros community and have started a project to build an
> open portable audio player. I thought there may be some interest from
> Rockbox people, so I am floating the idea here as well.
> Neuros has released schematics for their OSD, a media center based on
> TI's dm320 dual core ARM/DSP platform. It may also be possible to get
> the layout. I believe it wouldn't take too much work to take these and
> add in some extra features for a portable, shrink it and stuff it in a
> case. Neuros can help with some of the hardware engineering and
> manufacturing.
> You can read some more background on my idea here:
> We are having a meeting ( to
> discuss planned features soon, and if anyone is interested I would like
> to get a discussion started to see what ideas people have. You are
> welcome to attend the meeting, but even if you can't make it I would
> still love to hear any input.
> Cheers,
> Adam
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Received on 2007-06-24

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