Posts Tagged 'Raspberry Pi'

Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 3: bluetooth


raspberry pi + bluetooth logoThis article is part 3 of 3, where I cover configuring Raspberry Pi as A2DP bluetooth speaker(s). Parts 1 and 2 focus on setting up pulseaudio over network, and a DLNA renderer role for the Pi respectively. In the end you get a multi-protocol audio-playing Raspberry Pi. Continue reading ‘Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 3: bluetooth’

Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 2: DLNA


Raspberry Pi DLNAThis article is part 2 of 3, where I cover DLNA renderer and DLNA media server. At first I planned to do only the rendering, but now also included serving media for those who have hooked up some storage with music/videos/photos . Parts 1 and 3 focus on setting up pulseaudio over network, and a bluetooth audio A2DP accessory role for the Pi respectively. In the end you get a multi-protocol audio-playing Raspberry Pi. Continue reading ‘Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 2: DLNA’

Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 1: pulseaudio


speaker iconHere are some guidelines how to make most of your Raspberry Pi when it comes to remote audio playback. This article is part 1 of 3, where I cover pulseaudio. Parts 2 and 3 focus on adding DLNA renderer capability for remote playback to the same Pi, and a bluetooth audio A2DP accessory role respectively. In the end you get a multi-protocol audio-playing Pi. Continue reading ‘Raspberry Pi network audio player: pulseaudio, DLNA and bluetooth A2DP – part 1: pulseaudio’

Raspberry Pi overview – 3.5 Watt Linux board


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Raspberry Pi is advertised as an ultra-inexpensive (~35 USD for model B) mini computer running Linux. That’s why I just had to give it a try 🙂 It is especially interesting because it opens up a lot of possibilities combining Linux + small footprint + low memory consumption + connectivity + reasonable price. This article refers to model B of the board.

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Marcin Gałkowski

Seasoned admin, Linux hacker, Android fan, Gentoo enthusiast. Doing digital audio on Linux when time permits. At work: IT Team Lead (+labs, +datacenters...)

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