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RuneAudio

Free and open source Hi-Fi music player for embedded hardware

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RuneAudio is a free and open source software that turns embedded hardware into Hi-Fi music players. We want to make a cheap, low-consumption and silent mini-PC perform as an high fidelity digital source.
RuneAudio features a custom-built Linux distribution (RuneOS) and a web player (RuneUI) which allows to remote control playback and setup options, from multiple devices (desktop PC, netbook, tablet, smartphone).

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Features

  • Easy to install and use
  • A custom built, optimized and small footprint Linux-based OS (RuneOS)
  • Runs on a variety of embedded platforms
  • Works with almost every model of USB DAC in commerce
  • Bitperfect and gapless playback of common audio formats (FLAC, WAVE, MP3, AAC, ALAC, etc.)
  • Supports native DSD playback with DSD-over-PCM
  • Playback from network drives (over CIFS and NFS protocols) and USB drives (FAT32 and NTFS)
  • Playback of web radio streams
  • Built-in web interface (RuneUI) for playback and setup control
  • Can be controlled from a lot of third party clients (desktop and mobile)
  • Supports USB Audio Class 2
  • Optimized to reduce SD card wearing

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