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I have seen many sites on the internet with plans for a DIY mp3 player form old computer parts.  Has anyone every tried these, can anyone recommend goods links or a certain plan that is promising.  This is for a college project, I want something that can use regular laptop or desktop hard-drives, and not be incredibly bulky.  I would like to keep the project under about $175 to reproduce.  Thanks.
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venishjoe earned 500 total points
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Hai,

Refer

http://www.techtv.com/screensavers/howto/story/0,24330,3423232,00.html

(Even the prices are shown)

Regards
Venish
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