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The Allo BOSS Player available on Volumio Shop

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Given the great success of the BOSS DAC we thought: why not make a complete music player with it?

The first time I heard the BOSS DAC I immediately thought it was the I2s DAC that made my music the most enjoyable. The sense of Rythm this DAC can convey its currently unparalleled, and its bass extension is just fantastic.

Is it the best DAC ever? No. But the combination of Raspberry PI 3 and the BOSS is just a killer combo with a stellar price\performance ratio.

So, together with Allo, we’ve decided to create the BOSS Player: a complete Kit that packs everything you need to create a Volumio powered wireless Audiophile Music Player, at a great price. And with a hell of a great sound!

As you know our mission is to foster critical decision making on Audio-related matters, and with the BOSS Player I am sure we’ve got to the absolute pinnacle of sensible audio equipment. This combo, at this price, might be considered the most cost-effective way to enjoy your music with Volumio.

The Allo BOSS Player consists of:

  • Allo BOSS DAC
  • Raspberry PI 3
  • Allo Case (available in different colors and standoff configurations)
  • Micro SD Card 8GB
  • 5V 2A Power Supply

You can read what Volumio users think of the BOSS DAC in the BOSS Forum thread

As always, by purchasing the BOSS Player from the Volumio Shop you will contribute and help our Project and its further development, while getting a great Music player!

The BOSS Player is available now from our SHOP!

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Michelangelo Guarise

Passionate. Heretical. Deeply in love with Technology and Music. I live in Florence, Italy where I teach Interaction Design and Marketing. I'm Volumio's founder and CEO, and I love every second of this great adventure. My audio gear is some strange mix of valve and digital amplifiers, all self built in some cold winter sleepless nights. And I just can't turn that volume knob down.

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