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    tim morland
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    I agree with Toradog and use these switches to switch on running lights etc. I have found this company reliable and helpful. As Toradog says there are probably other systems around. A thought has occurred to me and that is how long and how loud do you want the music to be played at? This might determine what you use as sound playback.
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    ToraDog
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    Well, there is the OLD school way of using a servo to actuate the start/stop button. I had used that a a small tape player, about 25 years ago. Now a days we have electronic switches which plug into the receiver like a servo. The switch, either a single, double or gang switch, interrupts the current in either the hot or the ground circuit( your choice ). Very simple to use and set up. I have been using switches made by the Component Shop. https://www.componentshop.co.uk/action-electronics/switches.... I find them to be easy to use and reliable, but there are quite a number of manufacturers out here. Just do a search.
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    Brian M
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    I'm getting to the completion of my Billings Titanic and was thinking of adding a bit of sound of the band playing. I was thinking of using a MP3 player but have no idea how I would switch it using my spare channel. Anyone out there have any suggestions...
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