From: "Pacific Freight"
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Subject: Re: Design a simple switche circuit to control CD ROM
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Why? To use it as a stand alone CD player? It will work without any circuit
as long as you apply power to it and it has a play button and headphone jack
on the front of it. One of my CD players even has a forward button on it.
To send digital commands to fast forward, reverse and pause, it's easiest to
If you're stuck on this idea, Creative have a CD drive with a remote
control. (you still won't know which track you are playing as there is no
"Uh huh" wrote in message
> That's great. Let us know how it goes.
> "TheWonderLand" wrote in message
> > I want to design a simple interface or a series of switches that can
> > command the 48X Goldstar/LG Electronics CD ROM to fast forward,
> > reverse, play, and pause audio CD.