A company named Audioberry unveiled an open source amplifier, called the Zula it has been designed amplification for audiophiles who want to stream content to their devices, or play it from other devices such as a mini PC or Raspberry Pi.

It has been built with a brushed metal and an optional Corian case in white, which will fit over the top of the amplifier if you want it to be white over the standard black colour.

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Audioberry wanted it to be a minimalist amplifier that doesn’t offer tons of inputs, that said, you can connect analogue device yo Zula directly, pair it up with a Raspberry Pi.

It will also work with other devices such as Chromecast Audio, smartphones, tablets, audio players and much more with the compatible outputs. Audioberry also plans to provide additional modules for more functionality over time.

Check it out via the video below and be sure to hit up the source link to find out more and to back the project.

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Source: Kickstarter

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