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A Raspberry Pi-powered Radio 4 appliance
Andrew Back
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Open source (hardware and software!) advocate, Treasurer and Director of the Free and Open Source Silicon Foundation, organiser of Wuthering Bytes technology festival and founder of the Open Source Hardware User Group.

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March 3, 2017 15:52

Amazing, on a visit to the UK some years ago, I picked up exactly the same extension speaker cabinet complete at a boot sale for the princely sum of 2 Pounds. Would have thought there were not too many of these around now.

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November 28, 2013 17:34

Brilliant!!! I was considering doing a similar thing with an old TV. Rip out the old screen and stick in a flat screen monitor instead. Then use a Raspberry Pi with XBMC or similar with Iplayer etc; then use my Ipad with the XBMC App to control it... kind of "Retro Tech" meets "Modern Tech" ;0) [attachment=0:3vneayvp]tv set.jpg[/attachment:3vneayvp]

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November 27, 2013 17:32

That's a great project, thanks for sharing. I like the connection to the internet on the back of a 'valve' radio, well at least an enclosure from the period!
The items used span the a period similar to the books on on your bookshelf!

I must boot my pi up and have some fun!

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