RaspyFi Is A Raspberry Pi OS For Better Audio Quality

Raspberry Pi can do a lot of things, but the output audio quality is always poor. RaspyFi is a custom Raspberry Pi image designed to make your Raspberry Pi audio sound better. It can play songs directly when you connect USB dongle to your Pi.


According to developer

RaspyFi is an open source linux distribution. It will transform your Raspberry Pi into an audiophile source, in 10 minutes without hassles. It comes ready to play, and it’s compatible with almost every USB DAC available.
You can consider it as a Voyage-MPD version for Raspberry Pi. But it’s simpler to use and it has several other functionalities!

With RaspyFi you’ll be able to play your music library directly from an USB Storage or from your NAS. You can also listen to your favourite web-radios and scrobble your favourite tunes from Spotify, Last.fm and Soundcloud.
You will be amazed about the sound quality! RaspyFi’s core feature is this. We are trying to get every bit of your music to play as accurate as can be, optimizing every aspect of the system.

RaspyFi Features

  • Ready to play, download it, flash it, wire it and you’re ready to go!
  • Supports almost all DACs
  • Bit perfect playback (up to 32bit 192 khrtz)
  • Samba support, for reading music stored on NAS
  • Fat32 and NTFS support, connect your USB storage and you’re ready to go
  • Audio output also from analog Jack
  • Only few process are active, less is more in audio reproduction
  • Web-radio, Spotify and Last.fm supported
  • Mp3, Wav, FLAC, AAC, ALAC support
  • A nice webgui to configure and control RaspyFi
  • You can control RaspyFi with lot of Apps for Mac,Win, Linux, Ios and Android
  • Wi-Fi support out of the box
  • Fits on 2gb SD

RaspyFi uses a custom USB DAC image to improve Raspberry Pi sound quality. Setup is very easy just download the Image and unpack it.

1.Write the unpacked SD Image to your SD via Win32diskImager.
2.Connect your Fat32 USB memory or hard disk (must be self-powered) with your music to the Pi.
3.Connect your USB Dac to the Pi
4.Power up the Pi.
5.From your browser type http://raspyfi/ to access the WEBUI

Visit RaspyFi.


Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, Phone Opinions, and Ask Hacker. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.

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