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  1. REW Forum
    Hello there. I'm planning to use a Raspberry Pi (preferably a Raspberry Pi Zero) together with a Behringer UCA 202 to get an ultra portable REW Tool. The Raspberry should be running Raspbian (or better Raspbian light) and provide a "headless" way to use REW. Audio Signals should be...
  2. DIY Audio
    Hello everybody there, :-) I am working on my Open Source - Open Hardware project from few weeks. It's a kind of controler, based on a Raspberry Pi 2 and few libraries files that I have writed in C language. I plan to embed it into my 19" x 1U rack (prototype) Valves Guitar Preamplifier to...
  3. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Is anyone here using a RPi-B, + or RPi2 in their system? If so what success, tips and or tricks do you have?
  4. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Following up from a very old thread on using XBMC on RPi: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/computers-htpc-media-servers/62902-raspberry-pi-xbmc.html The RPi solution had a few major problems: Playback on high bitrate video (uncompressed BluRay quality) stutters badly No support for...
  5. REW Forum
    I'm a newbie here, so if I've posted to the wrong forum, please direct me appropriately. My listening setup for 2.1 audio is as follows: FLAC source over wired Ethernet, into Raspberry Pi B+ with HiFiBerry DIGI+, running XBMC, Toslink, into NAD C390DD amp, into Pair of Axiom M80 towers and 12"...
  6. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Well I did it, got a RPi ver 2.0 512meg a Class 10 Transend 16gig Sd card made my own usb power cord and hooked up a MS IR blaster from media center. The Transend card tested 14/16 down up speed, not bad. So first I'm going to tell you what you need to start playing with you RPi in XBMC land...
  7. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Raspberry Pi with Raspbmc, anyone? I haven't seen any threads on it, and I would love to know how well it works with everyone's setup. My ideal would be a Raspbmc behind my TV pulling 1080p movies from a well stocked NAS.
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