Dream Player LITE

The Dream Player LITE

Solid-State Audio Player

High Quality Sound for your Project

Stereo Output on 3.5mm Jackr

Includes power supply and SD card

Size: L- 2.5", W- 2", H- 0.5"

Complete Kit

$59.00

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Dream Player LITE Features

Have you ever wanted to add sound to your project but couldn't find a device small enough, or capable enough, to meet your needs? Have you tried using MP3 players but are not satisfied with the quality of the sound? Have you modified devices to fit your needs but still don't have quite what you need? Do you have to remove your devices from your project to change batteries? Are you tired of the same factory provided sounds that your hear in everyone else's projects?

What if there was a device that was designed with you in mind? An Audio Player that produced high quality sound...could be powered off of a constant power source...would play YOUR files not factory mass produced sounds...could be updated and edited without removing the device from your project...an Audio Player that is so smart it can even control lights or motors while playing your sound files...Look no further!

PRICOM Design has created an Audio Player just for you!

The Dream Player LITE was designed with 4 things in mind: compact size, customizable audio, trigger controlled input/output, and low power consumption.

Measuring 2 x 2 ½ inches The Dream Player LITE can easily fit inside even the most compact projects.

Sound files are stored on a MicroSD Card that can be removed from the Player, allowing you the option to modify your audio files without dismantling your project.

The Dream Player LITE plays high quality 44.1 KHz, stereo, 16bit, WAV Files. Giving you the ultimate audio experience.

We have tested SD Card sizes ranging from 1GB-16GB. This means you could potentially have up to 25 hours of CD quality music playing from your project!

The Input Control of The Dream Player LITE enables you to control your device with external controls such as push buttons and motion sensors, while the Output Control allows you the option to control various output devices such as LEDs.

Drawing only 50ma The Dream Player LITE can last 4 hours on one 9V battery charge. And even longer on 4 AA batteries.

The most exciting feature of The Dream Player LITE is the "CONFIG" file. Stored on your player's SD Card, this customizable file allows you to change the characteristics of your player to fit your specific project needs. How long should my fade out be? 5 seconds? 1 second? None at all? Should the file play only while you hold a button? How about starting the track when the button is released and stop playing the file when pressed again? What about multiple tracks? These are just a handful of configurations you can control. The beauty of it is that you can change your settings at anytime to fit your own personal situation.

Our wide range of customers have used these amazing little devices in Museum Displays, Zoo Exhibits, Theme Park Announcements, Information Kiosks, Christmas Lights, Model Railroad Scenes, Artwork Displays, Doorbells...and much more! The possibilities are only limited by the expanse of your imagination!

If you're looking for something to enhance your next big idea try a Dream Player LITE today!

Dream Player LITE Videos

PRICOM Dream Player LITE - Un-Boxing

PRICOM Dream Player LITE - Solid State Audio Player

How to use a motion sensor with a Dream Player

Firmware Update on your Dream Player

Dream Player LITE Accessories

Audio Patch Cables

Don't forget Audio Patch Cables

Motion Sensor

Use a motion sensor to trigger the LITE

Milli-AMP

Use our 2W per channel amplifier to drive small speakers

Dream AMP

Use our 10W per channel amplifier to drive large speakers

Active Mixer

Combine multiple Dream Players, CD Players, Radio, or any other source into one output

Spare Power Supply

Always a good idea to have a spare Power Supply around

Spare SD Memory Card

Always a good idea to have a spare SD Card around

Dream Player LITE Downloads

Dream Player LITE User Manual

Complete PDF of the Dream Player LITE User Manual

Dream Player LITE Firmware V2.3 Image File

Includes Config File Sample in the ZIP file

Dream Player Firmware released May 16, 2019.

Fixed an issue with ToggleTrigger introduced in v2.2 debounce fix. This issue made ToggleTrigger non-functional. To use ToggleTrigger, a toggle switch is connected to the trigger input. When the toggle is off, the Dream Player will play Track #1. When the toggle is on, the Dream Player will play Track #2.

See App Note or email info@pricom.com for more detailed information about ToggleTrigger mode.

For all changes and upgrade procedure, see the Release Notes inside the zip file

Dream Player LITE Firmware V2.2 Image File

Includes Config File Sample in the ZIP file

Dream Player Firmware released November 14, 2018.

Yes, been 4 years since the last update!

Fixed an issue where in some corner cases would not de-bounce the trigger input properly. When this happens, the track would start and immediately begin fading out. Some customers have worked around this bug by using no-retrigger. However, that means no other track could interrupt playback, which would not work in many situations. Depending on the age and manufacturing of a push button, this issue could be better or worse. The fix was re-factored trigger debounce logic.

On a Dream Player LITE in Random Mode, if you press a button and it picks a different track than the currently playing track (which is what you really want anyway), the player would fade out the currently playing track, then start another track. This is annoying because you can't stop the playback until the player randomly picks the same file twice in a row. Fixed by checking if is it a LITE, and then any button press will cause the fadeout and stop.

For all changes and upgrade procedure, see the Release Notes inside the zip file

Dream Player LITE Firmware V2.1 Image File

Includes Config File Sample in the ZIP file

Dream Player Firmware released August 25, 2014.

Fixed issue with MultiRandom in MK2 and MK2 Amplified. If any track set had a single file in it, the MK2 would play the single file on first trigger, but would play the wrong tracks from then on. This only applies to MultiRandom Mode.

For all changes and upgrade procedure, see the Release Notes inside the zip file

Dream Player LITE Firmware V2.0 Image File

Includes Config File Sample in the ZIP file

Dream Player Firmware released January 2, 2014.

Added new feature in the Config File called "StealthMode". This will shut off both the Red and Green LED's after power up. Both LED's will stay off even while playing. This saves about 20 MA of power. Also reduces distraction of the LED's blinking if you want a dark player without flashing lights.

This can be combined with "BatteryMode" to save even more power.

Added new feature in the Config File called "BatteryMode". This will suspend the processor one second after any activity has completed. Power consumption in this mode is about 6MA @ 9VDC rather than the original 60MA, or a 10x improvement in battery life. This should be combined with "StealthMode" to save the most power. (side effect is that when suspended, the DAC will be muted and its Clock shut off. There could be a small transient pop depending on your application output.

Added new feature in the config file called "StartupDelay". This will cause triggers to be ignored for a specified number of seconds. "StartupDelay=12" will make the LITE or MK2 ignore any triggers for 12 seconds. The value set using StartupDelay=xxxx is in seconds, and mostly used for Motion Sensors that falsly trigger for some time after power is applied to them. For the PRICOM PIR Motion Sensor, set this to the following: "StartupDelay=30" to insure no false triggers happen before motion is seen my the Motion Sensor.

Fixed the "Random" when not in MultiRandom Mode. MultiRandom mode changed from "random" to a "shuffle" to make the track selection appear more random in version 1.4 (described way down below). However, the RandomMode was not changed to a "shuffle". This became irritating with some customers (namely my daughter) with a LITE and 4 files that didn't really randomly play. So now the RandomMode will now "Shuffle" the files instead of just randomly picking.

RandomMode can now "Shuffle" up to 32 file with the WAV extension. No need to name them "1-" etc. You can just put up to 32 files on the SD card and enable "RandomMode" in the config file. All files will use the first ControlOuput since there can be way more than 4 files now. This update also works on the LITE, so you can load up to 32 files on a LITE and get a Shuffle of those files upon each button press or external TriggerInput.

For all changes and upgrade procedure, see the Release Notes inside the zip file

Dream Player LITE Firmware V1.8 Image File

Dream Player Firmware released April 9, 2013.

Added new feature in the Config File called "PlayWhileTrigger". This makes a track ONLY PLAY while the input trigger is active.

This can be combined with LoopWhileTrigger so that a file will loop as long as the trigger is active, but stop right after the trigger is released. If the FadeTime is set, or if NoFade is set, the PlayWhileTrigger will obey these settings as well.

Dream Player LITE Firmware V1.7 Image File

Dream Player Firmware released December 29, 2012.

Fixed issue with BackgroundMode with NoRetrigger on the MK2. The MK2 would play the Background Track, but could not be triggered at all from there. With corrected version, NoRetrigger can be used with BackgroundMode so that a trigger can happen while playing the Background Track, but no triggers will be seen while playing a triggered track during playback.

Added separate HighTrigger settings for each of the 4 trigger inputs on the MK2. This way, each trigger input can be normally-open or closed. The Config File settings are "HighTrigger1" "HighTrigger2" "HighTrigger3" and "HighTrigger4"

The Version string displayed through the RS-232 port now includes a Timestamp of the version build date.