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Audio visualizer controller

THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER BEING PRODUCED.

Features

  • audio spectrum analyzer with the following bands: 150Hz, 300Hz, 600Hz, 1KHz, 2KHz, 4KHz, 6KHz, 8KHz
  • several animation patterns depending on the display units used
  • displays are connected using standard UTP cable and 2 RJ45 connectors
  • audio line connection via 3.5mm stereo jacks (audio input / pass-through)
  • a built-in microphone allows the device to be used stand alone without an audio signal connected
  • automatic level control for optimal visualization of the audio spectrum regardless of the input signal level
  • several built-in RGB backlight animations
  • easy to use menu structure with LC display and push buttons
  • built-in menus for tube burn-in and calibration (IN-13 display unit)
  • USB interface for computer control
  • 2 RJ11 connectors for future expansions (game controllers, ...)
  • based on an atmega1284 AVR microcontroller
  • easy firmware update possible via USB using dedicated software (Windows, Linux)
  • can be used with your own firmware too (for other projects)
  • power supply: the device is powered via the display units, 12V DC 100mA max.
  • stand-by mode which allows to turn off the display units
  • attractive acrylic design
  • dimensions BxDxH: 122 x 124 x 34 mm
  • weight: 260g

Important:  this device is intended as a music visualizer for entertainment purposes only.  It should not be considered as an accurate measuring instrument.

Construction photos

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller

Audio visualizer controller