September 13, 2013 AT 2:00 am
The Raspyfi Project @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
“Turn Raspberry Pi into an audiophile audio source, you can control it with your mobile, pc or tablet without installing anything, thanks to its amazing UI.”
RaspyFi is a brand new Linux Distro made specifically for the Raspberry Pi. It aims to fully integrate Mpd into current debian realeases and to optimize it for Audiophile-quality music playback. The final result is aimed to resemble the notorius Voyage-mpd distro, but tweaked and optimized for the little arm computer. It will definitely turn it in a cheap and low-powered audiophile source.
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