Building the ultimate Linux-based music server

DIY HD audio system
If you’re music lover and Linux folk that article from LinuxDevices.com is definitely for you. Here the author explains how to build your own ultimate music server. It’s cheaper then similar commercial products like Sonos but it offers more functions and can be expandable easily.

In brief, the system core is EPIA EX-1500G included a wide range of A/V outputs. Additionally, we need NAS – it was chosen Infrant NV+, and control panel – here is we see Nokia N800. Nokia770 is also can be used but it doesn’t support Rhapsody well. The article contains a lot of pictures and code snippets to help you build media server fast and easy.

I already posted about another DIY home music system based on Linux. It also uses Nokia770 as control panel. So, now you have a choice.

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