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Pi never sounded so good!
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Pi MusicBox Make your Raspberry Pi stream! Welcome to the Swiss Army Knife of streaming music using the Raspberry Pi. With Pi MusicBox, you can create a cheap (Sonos-like) standalone streaming music player for Spotify, Google Music, SoundCloud, Webradio, Podcasts and other music from the cloud. Or from your own collection from a device in your network. Connect a 25$ Raspberry Pi to your (DIY) audio system, easily configure MusicBox and go! Features Headless audio player based on Mopidy (no need for a monitor), streaming music from Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Music, Podcasts (with iTunes, gPodder directories), local and networked music files (MP3/OGG/FLAC/AAC), Webradio (with TuneIn, Dirble, AudioAddict, Soma FM directories), Subsonic. Screenshots Requirements Working Raspberry Pi (A, A+, B, B+) Speakers, amplifier or headphones (analog or USB) SD-Card, 1GB minimum Computer with a modern browser; tablet or phone. DIY Projects using Pi MusicBox Download Howto's Instructions Extract the zip-file.

Home | miniDSP HiFiMeDIY Sabre USB DAC Digital to Analog Audio Converter 96khz/24bit ES9023+SA9023 + USB to Optical Converter: Musical Instruments Raspberry Pi at Southampton The steps to make a Raspberry Pi supercomputer can be downloaded here [9th Jan 2013 update]: Raspberry Pi Supercomputer (PDF). You can also follow the steps yourself here [9th Jan 2013 update]: Raspberry Pi Supercomputer (html). The press release (11th Sept 2012) for our Raspberry Pi Supercomputer with Lego is here: Press Release University Page The press release is also here (PDF): Press Release (PDF). Pictures are here - including Raspberry Pi and Lego: Press Release (More Pictures). We wrote up our work as a scientific journal publication where you can find further technical details on the build, motivation for the project and benchmarking. The reference to the paper is: Simon J. Iridis-pi: a low-cost, compact demonstration cluster Cluster Computing June 2013 DOI: 10.1007/s10586-013-0282-7 These are some links you may find helpfulul

Raspberry Pi at Southampton The steps to make a Raspberry Pi supercomputer can be downloaded here [9th Jan 2013 update]: Raspberry Pi Supercomputer (PDF). You can also follow the steps yourself here [9th Jan 2013 update]: Raspberry Pi Supercomputer (html). The press release (11th Sept 2012) for our Raspberry Pi Supercomputer with Lego is here: Press Release University Page The press release is also here (PDF): Press Release (PDF). Pictures are here - including Raspberry Pi and Lego: Press Release (More Pictures). We wrote up our work as a scientific journal publication where you can find further technical details on the build, motivation for the project and benchmarking. The reference to the paper is: Simon J. Iridis-pi: a low-cost, compact demonstration cluster Cluster Computing June 2013 DOI: 10.1007/s10586-013-0282-7 These are some links you may find helpfulul

Planet Libre - Transformer un Raspberry Pi en passerelle vers Hubic d'OVH : Nginx, script Toorop & Cloudfuse Yoyodyne Consulting/Audio Hardware/ODAC ODAC ( Objective DAC ) What is it: The ODAC, a UAC1 DAC, is a co-design between Yoyodyne Consulting and audio blogger NwAvGuy. The ODAC adheres to the principle of measurable performance (objective) versus subjective performance (marketing and personal bias). All claims made about the ODAC are supported by repeatable testing procedures. The ODAC is a daughter card that will mount in the ODA with a 4-pin header and mounting hardware. The ODAC may also be retrofitted internally to an O2 headphone amplifier when the rechargable batteries are removed. Alternately, the ODAC can be mounted in a small custom enclosure and used as a standalone DAC with the O2 or any amplifier that has a 2vrms LINE-IN port. The card is built around the Tenor TE7022L UAC1 engine and the ESS Technology ES9023 24 bit DAC. Performance: Prices and Ordering: The ODAC was "Designed and Assembled in the USA" and is available now. Please contact me directly if you wish a large OEM quantity purchase for your local market.

Utiliser et configurer une clé Wifi sur le Raspberry pi Il existe deux moyens de connecter le Raspberry pi à internet, sois vous utiliser un câble Ethernet, sois une clé Wifi. Avant toutes choses il faut savoir que toutes les clés Wifi ne sont pas compatibles avec le Raspberry pi. Voilà quelque antenne compatible, je vous conseille d’en acheter une de cela si vous n’en posséder pas encore : Une fois votre clé Wifi branchée sur un des ports USB de votre Raspberry pi ouvrer le logiciel Wifi Config qui se trouve par défaut sur le bureau. Si par inadvertance vous l’avez retiré du bureau, il se trouvera ici : Une fois Wifi Config ouvert, vous aurez une fenêtre comme ça qui va apparaitre : t Cliquer sur le bouton Scan, là une fenêtre va s’ouvrir. Doublecliqué sur votre réseau Wifi puis indiquer dans la fenêtre qui vient de s’ouvrir votre clé WEP à côté de Key 0 (veiller à ce que Key 0 soit bien cocher). Si vous avez correctement inscrit la clé WEP, vous devrez être connecté au Wifi, vous pouvez le vérifier dans l’onglet Current Status.

How to Customize XBMC 12 Frodo with All the Bells and Whistles Kodi (formerly known as XBMC) is a great entertainment center software. But, here’s the deal: Like many other open source projects, it is driven by a very technical community, and it is not necessarily user-friendly enough for the average person to use and customize. Fortunately, with a bit of time and the right skin, you can set things up properly and make Kodi (XBMC) very user-friendly and rock solid. I have spent countless hours crawling forums and websites, trying to get the live TV setup, premium online content, automatic light control, and all the other settings right. Note: These step-by-step instructions have been tested with Kodi v15, but they should also be compatible with v16 (codename Jarvis). In this extensive and updated guide, I will walk you through the relevant customization tips and tricks needed to take your Kodi installation to the next level. Free Step-by-Step Kodi eBook: You’re almost done! Jump to any section of this post Install Kodi and Configure Basic Settings: Now:

RPi-Display B+ - 2.8" Touch-Display for Raspberry Pi B+ und 2 Extend your Raspberry Pi Model B+ or Raspberry Pi 2 with a 2.8" full color display (320x240) with touch panel. For the display is a framebuffer driver available, so you can use it out of the box. A Display for the Raspberry Pi Model A and B can be found here. Specification TFT-Display: 2.83", 240x320 (Transmissiv)Viewing area: 43.2 x 57.6mmTouch Controller: TI ADS7846/TSC2046Backlight dimmable (PWM)Interface: SPI (Touch Controller + Display)3 tactile switchesGPIOs available via 40 pin FFC/ZIF-ConnectorPower: 5VRaspberry Pi Model B+ Pinout Made in GermanyYou can find all information, sources and drivers on Github:github.com/watterott/RPi-Display Ouverture du planet dédié au Raspberry Pi Cet article a été publié par Benjamin le 29-03-13 à 15:30 dans la catégorie Raspberry Pi Tags : - Libre - Raspberry Pi Ayant reçu un Raspberry Pi il y a quelques semaines, je n'avais qu'une idée de projet en tête : diffuser en ligne la vidéo d'une webcam afin de surveiller mon bébé pendant son sommeil. Puis, en surfant sur différents sites, je me suis rendu compte que des tonnes d'articles concernant le Raspberry Pi existaient. Malheureusement, il n'y avait aucun recensement de ces sites (ou des articles) à un endroit unique. Utilisant les flux RSS à foison, l'idée à donc germée : mettre en place un planet dédié au Raspberry Pi. C'est désormais chose faite. Qu'est ce qu'un planet ? Je pense que la plupart d'entre vous savent déjà ce qu'est un planet. Selon Wikipédia : Pour ceux qui, comme moi, utilisent les flux RSS au maximum, cela devient vite fastidieux de suivre xx sites (et donc d'ajouter xx feeds à son lecteur RSS). Pour ma part, je suis fan des planets. Aucun planet Raspberry Pi...

ODAC Released CAREFREE ENJOYMENT: I’ve been listening almost exclusively to the ODAC for several weeks now and I’ve been smiling a lot—not so much at the ODAC but at the music. When you know your audio gear is genuinely transparent it opens a worry-free window into the music. And, while I suffer from expectation bias just like everyone else, I’ve run a second blind listening test and can report the O2+ODAC held its own against the $1600 Benchmark DAC1. I’M NOT SELLING ANYTHING: Some have claimed because others may profit from the ODAC I’m profiting from it. LIKE O2 LIKE ODAC: The O2 amplifier was created as a simple, low cost, minimalist design delivering 100% transparent performance into nearly any headphone. NO SNAKE OIL REQUIRED: Many audiophiles want to believe more elaborate or exotic DACs offer higher fidelity. THE PROOF: I can confidently say none of the above are required for DAC audio nirvana—i.e. having your DAC disappear from the signal chain. SPECIFICATIONS: Here are some ODAC basics:

Official XBMC Remote This application is an Unlocker for Yatse, the XBMC Remote. After buying you will have access to the themes, streaming, offline medias and internal audio player in Yatse. By buying this Unlocker you also contribute for further developments. IMPORTANT : You need to have Yatse, the XBMC Remote to install this application. ______________________________________ Yatse is the most complete and stable XBMC remote available in Play Store and the only one with a 5 stars rating. Take full control of your XBMC with complete library support, beautiful widgets, streaming, offline media sync, internal audio player, all optimized for phones and tablets. Features:* DashClock / Muzei extension* Pvr support* Optimized for phones and tablets. And much more, just install and try. A complete Wiki is available on the website for help on installing and configuring Yatse, the XBMC remote and your XBMC instances. This free version does not contains ads.

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