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Arduino equalizer- music reactive Led Screen

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Hi to all! I build led signs with some controllers like tf-qb and huidu.
I want to create a sign with dimmensions 3m×1m with P(P3 or P4 or P6 or P8) led modules and power supply for those 300A with 5v. I was wondering if i could achive an equalizer mode with arduino.
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Hi asdec,

unfortunately, I'm not familiar with any of these products.
The Arduino is very capable though, so it wouldn't surprise me if I could control such a LED panel.
However, since you mention a 300A power supply, I suppose this could come down to 5,000 LEDs???
In that case an Arduino may not be the best choice. Maybe consider an ESP8266 or even better an ESP32 (which can be programmed as if they were Arduino device - see this article). Not only do they have more memory, but are much faster as well.


   
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@hans i have some of those. i used them only for the wifi ability. i will try to find more informations. thanks for your quick reply.


   
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