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With the delivery of my second RaspberryPi I finally got the chance to start this long-planned project: I wanted to replace my old bathroom radio with a more ...
This Instructable is based on the metric system and originates from Germany, thus dimensions are in millimeters and line voltage is 220V. I got most of the parts ...
Stereo to Mono Following the great guide of Dennis Bohn "Why not Wye", I chose to integrate an easy summing circuit or actually two, one for each audio input. ...
Raspbian 'wheezy' After downloading the official image and following these easy steps, the RasPi was set up in a few minutes. The following steps require some basic command line ...
The case is a simple 200 x 200 x 210mm cube-shaped box made of 5mm MDF, with the side parts being mitered with a 45° angle. On the ...
All of the audio wiring was done according to Step 2. The RaspberryPi got its own 5V DC power supply with a soldered-on MicroUSB connector.
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