Sad because my 7.1 receiver broke down and get a repair offer pricier than a new High end receiver … my first decision was to scrap and recycle it.
But looking at that that case full of electronic garbage, looking to a spare Raspberry PI 2 some thoughts started to fly around my head and MyPIAmp project started to take shape….
I would need to get a cheap class D amplifier, reuse whatever I can from what inside that case and build my own cheap and customized Stereo System… after all I just need 2 channels to listen my music in my backyard where I don’t have any audio system there…
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