Home Audio Configurations

Simple examples of how one of our DAC boards can be used as an audiophile streamer or server for traditional home stereo equipment.

As simplified as it can possibly be, this installation feeds a basic traditional home audio system.  It uses a ‘wall wart’ a/c adapter, Pi3, our DAC+Pro board, and a case.  Content is a collection of FLAC files on a Qnap NAS streamed over ethernet, but could just as easily be a USB drive or external hard drive.  Because the Pi uses a removable MicroSD card, software running the DAC has been rotating between MoOde, Volumio2 and ROON.



A step up in sophistication, this unit has a control and display panel mounted on the front.

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