The OggBox project is an attempt to create a pocket sized open hardware and software portable music player with a decent array of useful features but the minimum of fuss.
The guiding principal is to make everything as open as possible with the use of free and open source tools and software and public code and schematics. The aim functionally is to be able to play open standard audio files and eventually to record them as well, primarily the Ogg Vorbis codec is supported.
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