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Add Aux to Sonos Using Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Shared by replayreb on Instructables:

I have always been fascinated by the Raspberry Pi but never had a real need for one until now. We have three Sonos components in our house: A Play 5 in the living room, a Play 3 in the bedroom and a Sonos CONNECT:AMP powering outdoor speakers on our patio. With them we can listen to practically anything except our local radio station which doesn’t stream over the Internet. I have a tabletop radio upstairs in my office that has a line-out and wanted to be able to listen to it throughout the house mainly for live sports broadcasts. I could have accomplished this by buying another Play 5 or CONNECT and use their line-in but I didn’t have enough room in my little office nor did I want to invest that much more money just to have that capability. I decided to learn how to program a Raspberry Pi to add a remote line-in for our Sonos speakers. I wrote this Instructable for the complete Raspberry Pi NOOB, which I was until just a few days ago, with what I feel is the most concise, least amount of steps necessary to have a Raspberry Pi automatically start serving a live 320 kbps stereo mp3 stream to Sonos within seconds of booting up. This is also the perfect way to listen to your turntable throughout the house on Sonos.

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