Make a Raspberry Pi audio player. via instructables
A minimalistic music player based on Raspberry Pi model B with HifiBerry DAC and ATXRaspi power controller
I made this with the help (also economical) of my father.
Step 1: Step 1: What I used
1. A Raspberry Pi (I used the model B because I had one lying around the house);
2. [optional] A DAC (I reccomend HiFiberry DAC, it sounds good);
3. [optional] ATXRaspi power controller (to shut down and power up the Raspi easilly);
4. An enclosure (mine was 200mmx125mmx51mm externally);
5. A power supply (I used a MeanWell RS-15-5 5V 3A power supply from amazon);
6. A power switch (My version has a reed sensor on top of the power led that toggles if I swipe a magnet on front of it);
7. Cables to wire all the devices to the rear panel (I added a HDMI cable to use this project as a media center);
8. [optional] an IR receiver.
9. [optional] A fuse.
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