RFID music player delivers vintage charm

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — March 29th, 2022 By every objective measure, with the possible exception of durability, today’s technology is superior to that of the past. That is certainly true of music players, with modern devices having the ability to stream almost every song ever recorded and the capability to do so with high fidelity. But…… Continue reading RFID music player delivers vintage charm

Raspberry Pi touchscreen music streamer

Reading Time: 2 minutes If you liked the look of yesterday’s Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer but thought: “Hey, you know what would be great? If it had a touchscreen,” then look no further. Home Theater Fanatics has built something using the same RoPieee software, but with the added feature of a screen, for those who need one.…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi touchscreen music streamer

How to build a Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer

Reading Time: 2 minutes Our friend Mike Perez at Audio Arkitekts is back to show you how to build PiFi, a Raspberry Pi-powered Roon Endpoint Music Streamer. The whole build costs around $150, which is pretty good going for such a sleek-looking Roon-ready end product. Roon ready Roon is a platform for all the music in your home, and…… Continue reading How to build a Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer

Raspberry Pi Zero W turns iPod Classic into Spotify music player

Reading Time: 4 minutes Recreating Apple’s iconic iPod Classic as a Spotify player may seem like sacrilege but it works surprisingly well, finds Rosie Hattersley. Check out the latest issue of The MagPi magazine (pg 8 – 12) for a tutorial to follow if you’d like to create your own. Replacement Raspberry Pi parts laying inside an empty iPod…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi Zero W turns iPod Classic into Spotify music player

Personal Raspberry Pi music streamer

Reading Time: 3 minutes Mike Perez from Audio Arkitekts took to YouTube to show you how to build your own music streamer using a Raspberry Pi. Haters of Bluetooth and RCA plugs, he’s done this for you. Mike reports a “substantial difference in sound quality” compared to his previous setup (the aforementioned and reviled Bluetooth and RCA plug options).…… Continue reading Personal Raspberry Pi music streamer

Juuke is an Arduino-powered RFID music player for the elderly

Reading Time: 2 minutes Juuke is an Arduino-powered RFID music player for the elderly Arduino Team — August 1st, 2020 While many of us take playing tunes for granted, whether via MP3s, CDs, or streaming services, for others — such as many that are very young or old — actually figuring out the interface can be a challenge. To…… Continue reading Juuke is an Arduino-powered RFID music player for the elderly

How to play sound and make noise with your Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 9 minutes If your amazing project is a little too quiet, add high-fidelity sound with Raspberry Pi and the help of this handy guide from HackSpace magazine, written by PJ Evans. The PecanPi HAT features best-in-class components and dual DACs for superior audio reproduction It’s no surprise that we love microcontrollers at HackSpace magazine. Their versatility and…… Continue reading How to play sound and make noise with your Raspberry Pi

Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100

Reading Time: 2 minutes Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100 Arduino Team — December 30th, 2019 If your young child wants to listen to music, what better way than a beautiful wooden MP3 “radio,” with an array of buttons that select the album? After being inspired by a similar commercial product, Redditor “DerThes” decided to make…… Continue reading Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100

Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100

Reading Time: 2 minutes Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100 Arduino Team — December 30th, 2019 If your young child wants to listen to music, what better way than a beautiful wooden MP3 “radio,” with an array of buttons that select the album? After being inspired by a similar commercial product, Redditor “DerThes” decided to make…… Continue reading Build your child a wooden MP3 player for $100

PiPod: the Raspberry Pi Zero portable music player

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’ve seen many Raspberry Pi-powered music players over the years. But rarely are they as portable (and snazzy) as the PiPod by Hackaday user Bram. Portable music My biggest regret in life? Convinced I wouldn’t need my 160GB iPod Classic anymore thanks to Spotify, I sold it to CEX for a painfully low price. But not only…… Continue reading PiPod: the Raspberry Pi Zero portable music player

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