Turn your Raspberry pi into a real musicbox!
-Headless audio player based on Mopidy (no need for a monitor), streaming music from Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Music, Podcasts (with iTunes, gPodder directories), -MP3/OGG/FLAC/AAC, Webradio (with TuneIn, Dirble directories), Subsonic, Soma FM.
-Remote control it with a nice browser-interface or with an MPD-client like MPDroid for Android.
-Also includes AirTunes/AirPlay and DLNA streaming from your phone, tablet (iOS and Android)
-USB Audio support, for all kinds of USB soundcards, speakers, headphones. The sound from the Pi itself is not that good…
-Wifi support (WPA, for Raspbian supported wifi-adapters)
-No need for tinkering, no need to use the Linux commandline
-Play music files from the SD Card, USB, Network.
-HifiBerry, a great Pi soundcard addon, supported (HifiBerry)
What do you need?
Speakers, amplifier or headphones (analog or USB)
Computer/Phone/tablet to control the musicbox server
My own setup:
Raspberry pi with hdmi cable -> Onkyo 616 receiver.
First download Pi musicbox @ http://www.pimusicbox.com/
Extract the .zip file
Flash the pimusicbox .img file on your micro sd card with Win32 Disk imager.
Put is card in your pi and boot. The 1st run config will take about 5 minutes to complete.
Open the music box web page: http://musicbox.local or http://LOCALIPOFTHERASPBERRYPI
Config musicbox, and you are ready to go!