01 July 2008
For my undergraduate honors thesis I developed a novel music mixing device. The iParty device autonomously mixes the stored digital music from multiple sources into one stereo audio stream. This audio stream can then be interfaced with standard powered speakers or an amplifier via a stereo connection. The mixing of the various audio signals, storage device controls, and track selection is controlled by the iParty and does not require any user interaction. In addition to the primary function of audio mixing, the iParty device will also simultaneously charge all connected devices.
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