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DusteD had a relative who became unable to use their CD player due to old age. So, he came up with a Raspberry Pi solution. He set the Pi up to be ‘always on’ and then ripped music to it. He then programmed RFID cards to activate particular music depending on which card you used. He even made proper labels and stuck them to the cards. It’s pretty low-tech, but the aim was ease-of-use and he’s certainly accomplished that!
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