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Build your own wireless music player


If you're not quite up to springing for an Airport Express or a Squeezebox to wirelessly send your tunes across the house, Nathan True has a guide for how to build your music player on the cheap complete with display and large rubber band. He's based the system around a Netgear WGT634U router running OpenWrt Linux, which gave him a USB 2.0 port to add an audio adapter, and plenty of wired and wireless connectivity to get his music from his PC. There are a few hardware hacks involved, but he gets most of the system running from a few shell scripts and, well, one expertly place rubber band.

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