Damaniel2’s Raspberry Pi music player is a remarkable creation for music enthusiasts. Instead of relying on streaming services like Spotify, it plays music wirelessly over Wi-Fi sourced from an NAS device. The current setup allows for easy movement from room to room, and the creator has plans to improve performance with a wired connection.
The hardware is ingeniously housed in a 3D-printed shell, showcasing Damaniel2’s creativity. Inside, a Raspberry Pi 3B+ (Also check out the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB) paired with a HiFiBerry DAC 2 Pro processes the audio output, PiShop might not have HiFiBerry but we do have a IQaudio DAC plus. There is currently a shortage limiting the amount of boards we can provide so check out what Raspberry Pi’s CEO has to say about this. The user interface features a 5-inch DSI touchscreen, and the HiFiBerry HAT provides audio ports for additional connectivity.
Volumio OS serves as the software, catering to those who prefer streaming their own media locally. The project offers two versions, a free and paid one, with the latter offering extra functionalities for dedicated music enthusiasts. To learn more, the original thread on Reddit by Damaniel2 provides additional information and future updates for those interested in this amazing Raspberry Pi music player.
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