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The NanoSound Player is a ready-to-play Audiophile Music Player with integrated OLED Display, control buttons and remote control. It can even drive your loudspeakers directly with the NanoSound AMP^2 add on! If you’re looking for great sound and an easy to use Audiophile Music player, this is the ultimate Volumio experience for you!

Intoduction to NanoSound Player - PDF

NanoSound Player Brochure - PDF

The kit includes:

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
  • Raspberry Pi 5V 2.5A Power Supply
  • NanoSound DAC Pro with Remote Control and OLED Display
  • Sandisk Ultra 16GB



  • Turning on and off with a single button, or remotely with the remote control
  • The most convenient Volumio complete music player: you can control it from Volumio UI, or via its integrated buttons or with the Remote Control
  • It has a beautiful OLED display that notifies playback informations: artist, track name and Volumio IP  are showed in real time!
  • With the NanoSound AMP^2 Add on, you don’t even need an external amplifier
  • Available with a nice 3d printed case, in black or white
  • Works great with Volumio: just select the I2S DAC NanoSound and install its companion plugin


  • Wifi & Wired Ethernet Network
  • Play everything -  MP3, FLAC, WAV, AAC, ALAC, DSD and many more
  • Spotify, Airplay, DLNA, Youtube & Free Web Radio
  • Play from Internal Storage, NAS and USB Flash
  • Control via Volumio App or Infrared Remote Control
  • 1.3" OLED display with multi-language support
  • AUX and 3.5mm output


  • Texas Instruments PCM5122 DAC. 192kHz Sampling Rate / 24bit Resolution Burr-Brown DAC for best sound quality
  • Texas Instruments TPS7A4700 Ultra Low Noise Voltage Regulator


NanoSound is fully customizable and programmable! we take full advantage of the Raspberry Pi’s open architecture.  

  • The 6 buttons are simple GPIO buttons. Python source code will be provided to read button events.
  • The IR receiver and control is LIRC compatible. Lircd.conf will be provided to read button input. 
  • The 1.3" OLED display is using i2c. The python display driver code is open sourced. 
  • The onboard on/off switch uses the same design and software as our Nanomesher Hackable Raspberry Pi Power Switch. It has an attiny85 onboard and is open sourced.