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  • Sonos-like Wireless Multiroom Sound System

    This is a GREAT instructable and a GREAT idea! One question - it seems like the squeezebox server gets very (VERY) slow running on my Pi 2 and driving a single Pi 1.b. My question is, would it be faster if I ran squeezebox on a Pi 3, or is the bottleneck somewhere else?THANK YOU!!!

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  • Sonos-like Wireless Multiroom Sound System

    It really does and I'm much impressed. Sitting around the house I've already got 2 raspberry pi's, and a 3 zone setup where each zone is driven by it's own receiver. Your innovation will enable me to integrate my installation and provide control from my phone for any zone at any time. And, best of all, I can afford it! Really nice work - I much appreciate it!

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  • Sonos-like Wireless Multiroom Sound System

    Absolutely awesome! Thank you so much for a GREAT instructable!

    I've been looking for something like this to further integrate my partially integrated sound system. Before I jump in, a few questions I'd sure appreciate your help on:1) System Architecture - it'd be really great to add an overview of the system architecture to your instructable... I'd really like to see the system from the "top view" if you will... in other words, a drawing that would show an overview of each of the components interconnected to form the complete system.2) A parts list would be helpful. I know there are lots of options available, but having a parts list would help in pricing out the system as I'd like to install it, and enabling me to see what components I have, and what I need to find the best deal on.3) Any idea if there are any options for an iOS control...see more »I've been looking for something like this to further integrate my partially integrated sound system. Before I jump in, a few questions I'd sure appreciate your help on:1) System Architecture - it'd be really great to add an overview of the system architecture to your instructable... I'd really like to see the system from the "top view" if you will... in other words, a drawing that would show an overview of each of the components interconnected to form the complete system.2) A parts list would be helpful. I know there are lots of options available, but having a parts list would help in pricing out the system as I'd like to install it, and enabling me to see what components I have, and what I need to find the best deal on.3) Any idea if there are any options for an iOS controller, so I or my wife could use our iphones and ipads to control the system?Again - THANKS... this is really awesome, and is really getting my juices flowing!

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