Lifehacker UK has a great write-up of how to build a Raspberry Pi jukebox using a PiTFT. The Raspberry Pi is perfect as a tiny computer to stream music around your home and this project is a nice modern refresh of similar jukebox projects. The project walks you through step-by-step how to connect the hardware, install the software, and setup the mpd music player daemon with a great Python interface on the PiTFT. Listen to your favorite tunes from any room in the house with this great project!
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