Ultra-high fidelity, plug-and-play, ready-to-go, high-resolution music streamer with built-in DAC and headphone amplifier. Control music wirelessly using your phone, tablet, or computer. Can be connected to any digital transport utilizing S/PDIF.
PecanPi Streamer Rev 3.0:
Studio-quality sound can be enjoyed in a home environment with PecanPi® Streamer Rev 3.0. Enjoy pure music without any coloration from the electronics. Hear the music exactly the way it was heard in the studio and exactly the way the artists intended.
The Streamer’s high precision and high resolution give you the best sound experience for any audio playback. Even normal compressed (mp3) music files will sound much better. It can be connected to any existing stereo amplifier, AV receiver, or powered audio system, as well as headphones. PecanPi® Streamer Rev 3.0 has a S/PDIF (coax) input. With the S/PDIF input, the streamer can be used as a DAC with S/PDIF devices like TVs, CD players, and other transports.
In the box:
- 1 x PecanPi® Streamer
- 1 x 9V 2.5A Power Supply
- Volumio – (https://volumio.org/)
- Play files from USB storage devices (SSD, flash drivers, etc.)
- Play files from NAS (network-attached storage)
- Internet radio stations
- DLNA/UPnP Renderer
- Native TIDAL, Qobuz, Amazon Alexa, and Highresaudio.com integration
- TIDAL Connect
- Roon End Point (RoPieee) – (https://roonlabs.com/)
- PecanPi DAC is Roon Tested
- PiCorePlayer (Squeeze Audio Device)
- Functions as Squeezebox replacement with Logitech Media Server (LMS)
- moOde Audio – (https://moodeaudio.org/)
- Same as Volumio without TIDAL and Qobuz integration
- Recommended for advanced users
PecanPi Streamer Other Options:
- S/PDIF (Coax) Input Only
- No streaming functionality, the device functions as DAC only.
- Additional Outputs
- RCA Connectors
- 1/4″ Headphone jack with 3.5mm adapter
- USB to S/PDIF Converter
- Use the streamer like a USB DAC, with a PC or laptop
Please contact us to determine which one will work best for you.
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*My Volumio is a subscription service with a yearly fee. See the Volumio website for details.