Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'volumio'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • START HERE
    • New Member Introductions
    • Beginners & Purchasing Advice
  • HI-FI & STEREO
    • General Hi-Fi Discussion
    • Stereo Amplifiers & Pre-Amps
    • Vinyl and Turntables
    • Digital Sources, DACs & Music Streaming
    • Computer Audio / Software
    • Music, Musicians and Bands
  • HOME CINEMA & TV
    • General AV Discussion
    • AV Receivers, Multi-channel Amps & Processors
    • Media Servers & Source Units
    • Televisions (Smart, UHD, 4K etc)
    • Projector & Screen Discussion
    • TV - Free to Air & Streaming
    • Movies - Box Office, Blu-ray Releases etc.
  • OTHER DISCUSSION
    • Speakers & Subwoofers
    • Portable Audio, Headphones and Desktop Audio
    • DIY Audio Projects
    • Radio Discussion
    • Power, Cables & Electronics
    • Room Acoustics, Construction and Design
    • Product Reviews & Opinions
    • Showcase Your System & Build Threads
    • Employment & Job Seeking (Hi-Fi/AV Industry)
  • TECHNOLOGY
    • Gaming & Consoles
    • Computers & Technology
    • Cameras & Photography
    • Smart Homes, Gadgets & Automation
  • CLASSIFIEDS
    • Classifieds - Audio
    • Classifieds - Home Theatre / Visual
    • Classifieds - Vinyl, CD, and Blu-ray
    • Classifieds - Commercial
    • Classifieds - All Other
    • Great Deals, Bargains, Specials Alerts
    • Pay it Forward
    • Sponsor Forums
  • EVENTS & GIGS
    • Gig Guide - Who's Playing?
    • Australian Events & Get Togethers
    • New Zealand Events & Get Togethers
    • International HiFi / AV Events & Shows
    • Audio Clubs & Societies
    • StereoNET Home Entertainment Expo 2020 (Melbourne)
  • OTHER FORUMS
    • StereoNET Discussion
    • Cars & Motorsport
    • Food, Wine & Coffee
    • Cycling / MTB
    • Sports
    • Official Facebook Group

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Location


Country


First Name

Found 8 results

  1. Item: Cubox i4 pro Location: Mosman Price: $80 posted Item Condition:used Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: The Cubox i4 pro is equivalent in performance to a RPI 3, but unlike an RPI, it has a handy SPDIF optical out (24Bit/192KHz). It is currently running Volumio on the 8GB microSD card and comes complete with a 2 amp 5 VDC power supply. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Item: Cubox i4 pro Location: Mosman Price: $80 Item Condition:used Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: The Cubox i4 pro is equivalent in performance to a RPI 3, but unlike an RPI, it has a handy digital optical out (24Bit/192KHz). It is currently running Volumio on the 8GB microSD card and comes complete with a 2 amp 5 VDC power supply. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: Cubox i4 pro Location: Mosman Price: $80 Item Condition:used Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: This Cubox i4 pro is equivalent in performance to a RPI 3, but unlike an RPI, it has a handy digital optical out (24Bit/192KHz). It is currently running Volumio on the 8GB microSD card and comes complete with a 2 amp 5 VDC power supply. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Item: Asus Eeebox computer Location: Mosman Price: 60 Item Condition: used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This small form factor computer has an Atom processor and 4 GB RAM and 320GB HDD which has been re imaged to operate as a Volumio server/player. Just add your favourite external USB DAC and start playing your digital music files. Don't want to do that? Just re install Win 7 COA sticker is valid. Well spec'd little computer for anything else, includes power adapter. Pictures:
  5. Item: See list below Location:Mosman 2088 Price: see below Item Condition: Reason for selling: Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend, COD Only Extra Info: 1) Gigabyte BXBT-1900 (NUC computer running Vortexbox 2.4, 250GB SSD(M-Sata in adapter ) 2GB DDR3 Memory Music left on it if you like $100 2) RPI 3 in aluminium casing with internal CPU heat-sink and aluminium feet(Blue tacked on) Running Volumio on 8GB. Had this running on mains powerboard USB so RPI and micro power cable only. $70 3) Cubox i4 Pro (top specs version) Running Volumio and will include hifimediy sabre usb dac (also as USB/SPDIF converter) and quality Monster cable 3.5mm to stereo RCA $120
  6. Item: Vero Location: Mosman 2088 Price: 120 posted Item Condition: used Reason for selling: clearing gadget/projects Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: This Vero is a small 2" cubed computer also known as Cubox i supplied by SolidRun, which is designed for running Kodi software using OSMC as the locally developed Linux based OS. Basically this will allow you to stream Full HD 1080P movies using Kodi from your computer or other networked devices. This device claims to be the world's smallest computer and though similar to the Raspberry Pi-2, it is more powerful (CuBox i2eX), and it has a handy SPDIF optical output. With my interest being mainly in audio, I have successfully reflashed the SD card to a Volumio player and have been using the optical output. The wall wart that is supplied is not particularly conducive to great quality sound and improving the power supply will provide you with a great little streamer. Pictures:
  7. Hi All, Typically I listen to Linn Jazz on Volumio > Raspberry Pi with Hifiberry Digi + > TDA1387 DAC > JHL Headphone Amp > Sennheiser HD650, sounds great. But, when I try to listen to audio files on a USB plugged into the Raspberry Pi, the sound quality is not as good as Volumio radio. If I listen to the same audio files on a DSP they sound great. Have tried different files types and besides the lesser sound quality, there is a slight hum / noise on some tracks. I assume the hum / noise is a grounding issue (?). Is this a common issue with RPI & Digi + ? Will an separate power supply for the Digi + be of assistance ? Or do I need to look into other inexpensive file players ? Thank you !
  8. Have I missed anything with this proposed set-up? I'm finally pulling the trigger and taking the plunge into digital audio. Flac files on a portable hard drive > USB out OR network cable OR wifi > Cubox > optical out> Marantz DAC as part of Marantz SA 14S1 >preamp> amp> speakers Cubox: http://www.solid-run.com/products/cubox-i-mini-computer/ Software: https://volumio.org/ Optical out: Silflex (Lifatec) Glass Toslink Cable (with thanks to @Duke40) Marantz: http://www.audiophilia.com/wp/?p=12627 $100 US + postage for the Cubox device; Setup $50/hour, 1 hour max; Optical Cable say $100 My digital nerd says “it would just play all of your FLAC files on your main PC over the network. It would be cheaper, much more discreet and lower power for the same quality as running a full PC. The cubox has wifi built in so should be able to be set up to run without a network cable. You could either connect the portable hard drive either to the cubox or the PC. I would recommend to the pc to avoid clutter. The Cubox would then get the music from there and add it to its library. The Cubox has optical out for audio. I think it's better for your needs than the Raspberry Pi. As for the interface, it would just be a web page you would visit from any device on the network. So you could select music from your PC, tablet or even smart phone anywhere in the house as long as it is connected to the same network (wifi). This would still let you use the PC for this as you like the large screen and keyboard/mouse. You do not need to create playlists if you do not want and can just select songs from artists or just play artists or there are many ways to play a selection of music on the fly.“ The home network has 3 PCs, broadband internet and runs Windows 7. The Cubox would be running the Linux flavour that underpins Volumio.
×
×
  • Create New...