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Music servers and other computer based digital audio technologies.


I can say with certainty that these particular gadgets, fun as they are, are NOT 'plug-n-play'.

Ironically, the most time consuming part for me was assembling the multi-layer case! Once you've got a burned SD card, a digital board/DAC, a case and a power supply, the rest is configuration not terribly different from when I first got a SB Touch years ago.

With that you still had to install LMS - ideally on a separate PC - and optimize some settings. While the Touch had its own screen, I find that hitting the Pi with its IP address not terribly difficult.

BUT, that's not the point of a $100 DIY project.

Now you can spend $1200 on the Bryston model and get the same results. :)

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