Volumio – audiophile music player

Volumio is an open source audiophile music player which works on embedded systems: small, low consuming and cheap computers. Embedded platforms include: Raspberry PI, Cubox, BeagleBone Black and Udoo.

Volumio is very easy to use. You can control playback via your PC, tablet or smartphone. It is designed to play all your music, whether is an Hi-Res file or a Web Radio, with the highest quality.

It is the evolution of RaspyFi, a Linux based distribution specifically designed to be used as a standalone hi-fi.

Features include:

  • Ready to play.
  • Extremely optimized system, specifically tailored for bit-perfect audio playback.
  • Audiophile Quality: bit perfect playback.
  • FLAC, WAV, MP3, AAC, ALAC, PLS support.
  • Music libraries on Samba, NFS and USB drives.
  • Webradios support out of the box.
  • Control it via integrated Webui with PC, Smartphone, Tablet.
  • Airplay capability.
  • Ramplay Support.
  • DSD Native Playback.
  • Multiroom Playback via Android App.
  • Output playback device Selection.
  • Audio out via HDMI, USB, Analog Jack, S/PDIF, I2S (depends on platform).
  • Compatible with all UAC2 compliant USB DACs.
  • Wireless Network configuration.
  • Various resampling options, up to 32bit/384khz.

Website: volumio.org
Support: Blog, Forums
Developer: Michelangelo Guarise
License: GNU GPL v3

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