Designed by audiophile for audiophiles – We proudly introduce you the best-in-class Raspberry Pi Network Music Players. Our design philosophy is simplicity in hardware with feature rich software. Since the Free Open Source Software moOde Player has become popular in the DIY audio community, we have adopted it as the Music Player web app in all of our amplifiers.
Breaking News, 12/01/2020 – We have successfully integrated Snapcast multi-room synchronous audio player into moOde Player. From now on, every Soundberry Audio’s amplifier supports multi-room audio. We would like to offer the special introductory multi-room audio kits to share this exciting new products with you.
In order to run the wonderful software moOde Audio Player, we equip each amplifier with a Raspberry Pi 4B computer board. The build-in wire and wireless networking module also facilitates the implementation of a few popular digital audio renderers viz., Spotify, Bluetooth, AirPlay, and UPnP. In addition, user can also play music files stored in the amplifier’s internal memory card, external USB thumb drive, or in the shared drive on the LAN; all you need is a web browser to access the web app. Best of all, you don’t need an extra remote; your tablet or smart phone will be the remote control.
All our amplifiers support Hi-Res quality music streaming from the Internet up to 24-Bits/192kHz. If Qobuz is the streaming service provider, the digital audio playback software Audirvana will be the best for desktop computer. Audirvana will easily find our amplifier as “Moode UPnP” audio device on the LAN. If you are running RoonServer, you can turn on the pre-installed Roonbridge through moOde Player’s web app to make the amplifier as a Roon Endpoint .
We like to make things simple for users. All of our Network Music Players neither require software installation nor online activation. If one knows how to connect a smart phone or a tablet to a WiFi network, he or she can start listening to music within 10 minutes after unboxing. In fact, the first-time-use startup time can be as low as a couple minutes if the amplifier is connected to a wired network.
Soundberry Audio LLC is located in Silicon Valley, California. We have created two amplifier product types for headphones and bookshelf loudspeakers respectively. All our amplifiers use the same compact size aluminum enclosure: 7.1″ x 2.3″ x 4″ (WxHxD). We assemble all our custom designed PCB assemblies and amplifiers locally in San Jose, California. If you are interested in our products and want to learn more about them, please mouse click or touch the images of the amplifiers above. Our FAQ page also provides technical information you may want to know.