Power A Car Stereo With A Raspberry Pi

Sick of your boring old car stereo? DIY enthusiast Sentcool decided to upgrade his stereo with a Raspberry Pi, and the result is a nifty little multimedia stereo.

Using a Raspberry Pi, a cheap display, an amp and a few other parts, Sentcool’s system shows off how you can use a Raspberry Pi right in your own dashboard. This isn’t the prettiest thing in the world, but it has everything you need to get started. Replace those hand-drawn temporary buttons with a touchscreen and you’ll be all set.

Car Mp3-Player with the Raspberry PI [Sentcool’s Projects via Hack a Day]

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