Raspberry Pi enthusiast and Hackaday user Bram has created an awesome portable music player powered by the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC and a custom PCB which can be seen below and is now available to purchase direct from Tindie.
Finished with a 3D printed case the open source portable music player project has been published to Hackaday and is equipped with a 2.2 inch display offering a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
“I made this music player because I wasn’t satisfied with the current playback methods that are available. The music streaming services available started to feel like radio stations with the same music repeating, they are also depended on an online internet connection while there might be offline functionality it is still limited by the available storage on your phone.”
Jump over to the Hackaday project page for more details and full instructions on how to create your very own complete with PCM5102A a 24-bit I2S DAC and a 3.5mm jack.
Source: Tindie : Hackaday : RPiF
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