raspberry pi

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    Building a streamer/network player

    Hello all, I'm new to this forum and want some advice. I am thinking about putting together a device so that I can play the high quality music files on my network drive and stream audio to my stereo system. My price point is up to about $200. I am thinking about using a Raspberry Pi with a...
  2. J

    System wide parametric equalizer for Raspberry Pi - is there such a thing?

    Hi, I want to use my RPI4 as a media streamer. The media streaming part is easy - Kodi, but there are some acoustical issues in my room that need some dealing with, namely a 50hz boomy peak (and some other smaller issues). Currently I deal with it rather effortlessly with Equalizer APO on...
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    Amp recommendation needed, max 28cm depth

    hi all, my name is marcel and i am from germany. i really like the amp reviews that amir and the other members are doing. the objective measurements without all the voodoo surrounding the hifi scene. currently i am looking for a new stereo setup for my living room. i am running a rasperry pi +...
  4. BillG

    Khadas VIM3, the Raspberry Pi rival, launches for US$99.99 with an SoC capable of achieving 5.0 TOPS...

    Khadas has changed the VIM3 slightly from when we previously reported on it earlier this month. The single-board computer (SBC) now features a more powerful Amlogic SoC, the hexa-core A331D, which can output up to 5.0 TOPS. The VIM3 now starts at US$99.99 and will ship worldwide from August 10...
  5. Reksos007

    Khadas Tone Board vs Audiophonic Sabre ES9038Q2M DAC

    Hallo, i am thinking of switching my Arcam irDAC, Squeezbox Touch and NAS for a one box solution. Raspberry Pi with a DAC. From my research i end up leaning towards Khadas Tone Board but notice the less known Audiophonic Sabre ES9038Q2M DAC on the internet. Can anyone tell me whats the...
  6. orchardaudio

    PecanPi - Next Generation Raspberry Pi DAC and Streamer

    Meet the PecanPi DAC and Streamer Improvements over previous generation DAC include: Fully linear ultra low noise power supplies Re-clocking with Crystek femtosecond jitter oscillator Built in HW volume control (no Volume-Clocker needed) Built in high performance headphone amplifier Full...
  7. DonH56

    BDP-Pi Digital Player

    Saw this and thought it interesting. At $1295 a bit pricey for a Raspberry-pi device but as a turnkey solution is appealing in today's overpriced world (a recent review touted the new Aurender $5500 player as "affordable" so should appeal to all audiophiles...)...
  8. CuteStudio

    The SeeDeClip4 Declipping Music Server

    Ok, I'm not really a dealer but my software is for sale and does serve these purposes: * Helps me organise my music * Makes many of my CDs sound better * Selling copies means other people get interested and suggest stuff that makes it sound better and easier to use * Saves me having to buy...
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