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Some Jukebox Pics for inspiration #5

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hailogugo opened this issue Dec 22, 2017 · 119 comments

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commented Dec 22, 2017

Something is wrong with the links. But copied url of the video. Looks great. How did you made the rfid cards? Printed? You could answer in german if this is allowed :)
I designed my cards with photoshop, printed them ("Foto SOFORTDRUCK" at DM) and laminated it together with the rfid card.

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commented Dec 23, 2017

I have bought https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B001CPF3FE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (Klebe Etiketten)

To laminate them was not possible for me because the cards were to hight for my machine.

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commented Dec 29, 2017

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commented Jan 17, 2018

Hi,
wow. these are looking amazing.

Mine is a very simple setup, but works. No Buttons, controlled over chips and music via cards:

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It has the RFID Jukebox, but also has Mopidy installed for files on my NAS and Spotify. Also Airplay Receiver and Spotify Connect is working.

cheers

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commented Jan 17, 2018

@tullm looke nice. Adding it to the gallery now. If you want to share a little howto regarding the modipy installation and configuration, please do so. Others will benefit. And connecting Spotify is a neat addition.

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commented Jan 18, 2018

Hi,
thanks.
I don't think that I get it all together now. But here are some hints:

To add Airplay Support to the Box I used: shairport-sync https://github.com/mikebrady/shairport-sync
Here is a tutorial to install it: https://thepi.io/how-to-set-up-a-raspberry-pi-airplay-receiver/

To add spotify-connect I used: https://github.com/dtcooper/raspotify
tutorial to install is on github there.

To add the Mopidy Music Server (for local or networkfiles, spotify and other music services) I used: https://www.mopidy.com/
tutorials:
english: https://maex.me/2017/10/raspberry-pi-as-a-music-server/
german: https://braspi.de/blogs/braspi-blog/raspberry-pi-als-musik-server-mit-mopidy
or the very good documentation from mopidy: https://docs.mopidy.com/en/latest/

I used extensions: spotify, local-images (cover database for local or network files), iris (webinterface), local files.

This was a bit of fiddeling with all I needed with mopidy an sambashare to my NAS and the extensions. But it was worth it.

Hope that helps a bit. Not a Tutorial, but with some reading it should be no problem to use it.

Also there might be a better way of getting the audio through a pipe like explained here: https://nik.re/2016/09/04/mopidy-shairport-sync-and-snapcast-is-a-gread-combo
But only gave it a try and couldn't get the pipe thing to work so left it alone. Maybe later.

Cheers

TUllm

UPDATE: now I´ve managed to play spotify playlists, album and so on through a RFID card. Gave a command through your script to mdc which is installed via mopidy. works great.

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commented May 15, 2018

Finally adding mine. As it was the first IOT'ish project I made, I'm quite proud of it. Only local files right now, as my kid has lots of unheard CD's flying around. When they're thru, I'll add Spotify to it.

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Thanks for sharing your projects, @MiczFlor. I learned a lot, implementing it and tinkering with the parts included.

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commented May 16, 2018

Hello, everybody,
now that I have finished my two boxes, I would like to show you some pictures of them.
But first of all, many thanks to MiczFlor for all the software development work, without which I would never have been able to get it up and running. Also many thanks to everyone for the many tips and tricks around the Spotify integration. After a little trial and error, it works very well.

I have built two completely identical boxes for my children, they only differ in colour.
In addition to the functions of the jukebox, I have integrated the respective Spotify Family Account, so that the children can hear the stories etc. independently of each other.
So far, I have only implemented the entire control system using RFID cards. I don't know if I will install any buttons in the future.
Alternatively, I can control the jukebox via the web interface. For Spotify I prefer the surface Iris, which also runs under Mopidy.
The complete power supply, including that of the small speakers, only works via a small USB power supply and the USB ports of the Raspberry.
In the event that there is no power supply, everything could also be operated with a battery. But I haven't tried that yet.

I built the speakers myself from plywood. Since I had no grids for the opening of the speakers, I made a template and drilled all the holes with a 5mm wood drill. By the way, the RFID reader functions completely smoothly even through the wood.

You are welcome to add the photos and the information to the gallery.

Here is the list of the devices I have installed:
Raspberry pi 3
Simple Case for the pi
UGREEN USB sound card
Neuftech USB RFID Reader
Trust Leto 2.0 USB Speaker Set
Aukru Micro USB 5 V 3000 mA Charger

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commented Jun 18, 2018

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Thank you for the great work!

My phoniebox comes with this specs:

Everything besides changing volume works (acceptable for me ;-)

Are there any news about spotify support out of the box?

MiczFlor pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jul 16, 2018

Merge pull request #5 from MiczFlor/master
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commented Aug 4, 2018

Thanks a lot for the project, updated recently to the latest version.
Here a picture:
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I bought this:
Speaker
Voltage meter
External USB port

With the latest version the application starts up a bit slow. Also there is stuttering at the beginning of the songs. Im hoping for the next version without VLC

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commented Aug 5, 2018

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commented Aug 5, 2018

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commented Aug 6, 2018

@MiczFlor

The one with the only Red Buttons is the one I made in december.
The other one is the 2nd one I made last month

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commented Aug 6, 2018

Hi,

i used this wiring:

Usb-charging port on outside of the box
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Battery (10000mAh USB battery)
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ON/OFF switch
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Raspi ; Amplifier/Auna ; Voltage display
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USB-RFID-reader

I also soldered to the amplifier:
Raspi -> Amplifier Aux input (soldered)
USB battery output -> Amplifier (where the original battery was connected, it was only 1000mAh).

So yes, all is internal, the RFID cards work through the wood of the box, if you put them on the top right of the box.

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commented Aug 8, 2018

Here an update, 3 buttons (play=green, prev=yellow, next=blue) and an LED that the raspberry pi is ready to accept cards or that its processing a card/button request. For that, the code could be added to the standard repository i guess...
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  • When the jukebox is ready, the LED switches on
  • When you skip a track via a button, the LED goes out quickly
  • When you read in a card and it works, the LED blinks for 3 seconds until the folder starts playing

Wiring the Buttons to GPIO0,1,2 and the LED with 220 Ohms to GPIO3.

These buttons are OK:
Amazon Buttons

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commented Aug 9, 2018

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commented Aug 9, 2018

this is our father-and-3y-old-son self-build wood-waste phoniebox with gpio buttons
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commented Aug 19, 2018

Hi @MiczFlor et al,

what a great project, many thanks for all the support and tutorials! This finally brought me back to do handicrafts and soldering - it had been >20 years!

Attached is my first version using an old radio and attaching 5 GPIO buttons, which I built with my 4year old son. Since I have a 2nd one, I guess I have to build a 2nd (similar) one too...

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Next I want to include fast forwarding, and Napster/Rhapsody support - any hints for that are highly welcome.

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commented Aug 21, 2018

Hi @JuCarax @Caliandroid @morivox
thanks for the contributions. And also keep the code coming :) I have been planning to start the wiki and migrate the Phoniebox gallery there. There have been so many astonishing additions.Looks like @JuCarax and @morivox added the feature "start playing when RFID is near the Phoniebox". Could you create a thread under issues and document this install? I want to include it in the docs. Thanks!

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commented Aug 21, 2018

Thanks @MiczFlor, unfortunately I am not there, yet, being able to code "start playing when RFID is near the Phoniebox". I still wanted to have that feature so used the Neuftech USB RFID Reader, which does allow for it. It's also a bit cheaper, but does only come with 5 RFID coins. (https://smile.amazon.de/gp/product/B018OYOR3E/). Maybe it's worth referring to that product as well in your "shopping list"?

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commented Aug 24, 2018

@morivox : I have the same USB reader, but i dont see any option to know wether the RFID card is near. You can leave the card on the reader and it will continue to play. But there is no way to know that the card is removed, even the LED doesnt change (it initially only blinks once in red and then turns to green as if no card is near). So you remove the card, but it will not stop playing.

For me, this behaviour is however good, i like it like that.

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commented Aug 24, 2018

@genkigenki: fully correct, thanks for clarifying!

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commented Jan 29, 2019

Here it is,
Phoniebox revision one.

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I failed to get "ACR122U" (did not at all appear in the list even with installed drivers) and the "KKmoon IC" (appeared twice in the list and did not function) card readers to work. But finally the box works just perfect.

For the next one (I hope I find time) I'll enable video and build one for my dad to stream opera to his TV; stay tuned!

Thanks Micz for this amazing project!

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commented Jan 29, 2019

I built a Phoniebox for my 5-year-old daughter from a wooden box I bought at NanuNana in Germany.
It uses TTP223 Touch sensors instead of buttons, so I just painted the touch locations on the outside of the box. Those sensors need a little change in the script, see Wiki.

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I still have to add a LED to see the state of box, because otherwise it's hard to see if it's running or shut down.

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commented Jan 31, 2019

LEGO version

Based on the wonderful code project Phoniebox and the beautiful realization example of the creative folks here, I made a box for our daughter!

VIDEO

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Hardware details:

  1. Raspberry Pi 3 Modell B+
  2. reVolt Powerpack (10000 mAh, 2 USB-Ports)
  3. UGREEN USB sound card
  4. Speedlink USB Stereo Speakers
  5. Assel taktiller Mikro-Momentum Takt Assortment Kit
  6. AZDelivery RFID Kit RC522 13,56 MHz Reader
  7. AZDelivery KY-040 Rotary Encoder
  8. HomeSpot Raspberry Pi 3 Power supply
  9. Raspberry Pi 3 KuGi Modell B case (superfluous)
  10. Strictly Briks plates 15,2 x 15,2 cm
  11. Variety of LEGO parts

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commented Jan 31, 2019

Finally I was able to finish my Phoniebox as well.
Well, almost. I still have to add a handle to the top, but that will come once I have the time to visit IKEA :)

Anyway, that's what it looks like today:

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I used the Jabra I had lying around as it has the following benefits:

  • LED displays if box is powered on
  • Volume change via buttons on Jabra
  • integrated headphone jack

Components used:

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commented Feb 1, 2019

special features

  • HiFiBerry Amp2 (hint: GPIOs 18-21 are reserved)
  • Pushbuttons from Amazon for shutdown and play/halt as well as for next and prev
  • existing volume knob used
  • GPIO Extension Board
  • RFID tags 125 KHz from Amazon

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THANKS FOR THIS PROJECT!

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commented Feb 3, 2019

Hi @MiczFlor
thanks for this great project. This is my first Phoniebox.

Components:

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commented Feb 11, 2019

Hi @MiczFlor,

finally some images of my box. Thanks again for the great project!

Complete Box

Greeting, Martin

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commented Feb 16, 2019

Hi folks,

my box runs, too.

I just used what I found in my tinkering boxes.
Only the 5V amplifier, a safe power bank and the wood had to be purchase.
(Therefor it was some extra work to adapt the Reader.py for the easyIdent module ... )

Special feature are the dual-use cavities for my self designed pedestals for keychain RFID chips and RFID cards. The holes on the edges helping to get out the card again.
I also took care about an easy maintenance access. The carrier board can slide in and out. It clams the power pack, too.

Still looking for a nice handle. I guess it will be aluminum or leather.

Thank you for your project!

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commented Mar 3, 2019

I finally finished my wooden box. In recent weeks, a cardboard box had to serve for testing.

Many of my parts have been used here often (Raspberry Pi 3B, Neuftech USB RFID reader, CSL USB sound card, arcade buttons, KY-040 rotary encoder, huge amounts of hot glue).

I decided to use the EasyACC 20000 mAh powerbank in combination with an OnOffShim and a momentary push button switch which works perfect. I wanted the powerbank to be stored on dampers and to be easy removable. Therefore it is just locked by some wood parts as long as the box is closed.

Some parts I have seen less often in other versions:

  • Speedlink TWOXO speakers instead of the often recommended Trust Leto. I have no problems like interferences with these
  • 3,5 mm jacks for headphone and microphone connection
  • fiber optics cable to see the charge state of the powerbank from outside
  • grid of a trash bin to protect the speakers

This is how it looks like:
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commented Mar 4, 2019

@Yordan1976 cool box, congrets! I'm nearly finished with mine as well, but wondering on how you have solved the headphone jacks? Do you get the audio to the headphones only when they are plugged in?

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commented Mar 4, 2019

Thanks! I used these and they disconnect two pins when a headphone is plugged in:
https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/ce1iyRn2

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commented Mar 4, 2019

I see.... just curious... do you have a need of the 9 remaining pieces or would you like to sell 2 pcs. to me? saw you are located in Germany as well. I literally do not need 10 pcs. and don't want to wait for 30+ days lol

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commented Mar 14, 2019

Here is Amelia's box. It consists of a Raspberry Pi 2, Speedlink USB speakers, an RFID reader for a fiver and the RAVPower 10000 mAH powerbank. There is a hole in bottom of the box where you can switch the powerbank on and off. Its LED is visible through the hole and indicates the current state.

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commented Mar 14, 2019

Nice one and also nice cards, @bompelbob ! Would you like to share the graphic files?

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commented Mar 16, 2019

@Yordan1976 Thank you! The graphics file is in InDesign format. I can share it if you like, but it's just a screenshot of the corresponding Youtube video of the song and a blue bar with white text beneath it. It's printed on Herma labels (No 5028). If you're still interested I can share the file or a PDF if you like.

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commented Mar 17, 2019

Immer her damit :) Ich sammel immer noch Ideen, wie ich die Karten gestalte und beklebe.

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commented Mar 17, 2019

Finally the Jukebox (in a winebox) is done. Thanks for the great project!

Frontside with Powerbuttons and LED
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Backside
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Hard to catch the power pig LED in a photo

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Keep up the good work!

Cheers
Tom

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commented Mar 28, 2019

Here is Aurian's box !

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Had to make a hole in the back to reach the button to power on the battery. If anyone finds a battery model always charging i am interested!

Thanks to everyone involved, great project !

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commented Mar 29, 2019

I like the card board structure. Mine is a mess inside :)

Sent with GitHawk

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commented Apr 16, 2019

After 2 months of work I proudly present the flobox! It's really been a ride since I'm neither a coder nor an expert in micro electronics (not to speak of my woodworking skills). I've used the following (main) components:

  • Rasperry Pi 3 B
  • Neuftech USB RFID Reader
  • EasyAcc 20000 mAh Powerbank
  • Behringer U-Control UCA 222
  • Speedlink TWOXO Stereo Speakers
  • Pimoroni OnOff Shim
  • KY-040 Potentiometer

For the stars I've used lumentics color which glows in the dark. The buttons should be used for next, previous and halt in the future. Right now I've just connected them to thee sounds because my 1 1/2 year old just loves to press any buttons. :)

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Thank you for this great project @MiczFlor and all the other contributors!

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commented Apr 19, 2019

Hier ein par Bilder meiner Box und der Entstehung.
Vielen vielen Dank für die tolle Software und den guten Support !!!
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commented Apr 22, 2019

Here are some pictures of my boxes for my niece and my nethew
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My nethew wanted a Hotwheels box, but I did not mentioned, that the RFID signal will be blocked by the metal case, so I had to find a solution:
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My box is using a powerswitch with LED I directly connect the LED+ with the GPIO4 (PIN7) and the LED- with GND (PIN9).
I ceated a small script file: powerled.py
--begin---
from gpiozero import LED
from time import sleep

led = LED(4)
led.on()
while True:
sleep(1)
---end--

and called it as backround process in rc.local

--beginn--
python2 ~/RPi-Jukebox-RFID/scripts/userscripts/powerled.py &
--end---

the "&" cause that the command starts in background, because it include an endless loop.

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commented Apr 29, 2019

Also some pictures of my project.

Was great fun to do and looking forward to the next one :)

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commented May 19, 2019

What a nice project! Thanks! Awesome boxes!

My child (14 month) loves it!
Some pics of my "Mama"-project with a "good night"-button (all lights off), look here for more details (German):

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PS: Perhaps you could pin this "finished boxes" issue, so new DIY enthusiasts can find it faster to get some motivation and inspiration (like I did).

@MiczFlor MiczFlor changed the title Some Pics of my Jukebox Some Jukebox Pics for inspiration May 25, 2019

@MiczFlor MiczFlor pinned this issue May 25, 2019

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commented May 29, 2019

First, thank you Micz and the Community!!!

My Box on Youtube

More pictures and Informations about the development:
https://splittscheid.de/selfmade-phoniebox/

And also pictures:
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Feel free to visit my Blog for more information...

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commented May 30, 2019

Hi @splitti
nice colour composition between kids mystery and rockabilly. Looking at the inside cable mess, reminds me of the junk yard where the 3 Fragezeichen have their office :)

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commented May 30, 2019

Thank you @MiczFlor, i am really impressed of all the different boxes and proud to be Part of this cool community. The Box looks not as perfekt as others, but it is a DIY projects and in my opinion it is fine. I have to paint a ghost behind the Box, it will called Ghostbox (there is a Good audiobool called Ghostbox) :)

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