Volumio Primo Music Player

Volumio Primo Music Player

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An audiophile-grade music device designed by and for music lovers, this Drop exclusive Volumio Primo HiFi edition will help you get the most from your music. Featuring a large, easy-to-navigate interface, it supports DSD, WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AAC, and Mp3 audio formats Read More


  • Volumio
  • Uncompromised Bit-Perfect Audio Playback
  • High-Quality Analog Audio Output powered by ESS ES9028Q2M DAC
  • USB Audio Output up to PCM 32 bit 768 kHz and DSD512
  • SPDIF Audio Output up to 24 bit 192 kHz
  • Supported Formats: DSD, WAV, FLAC, Alac, Aac, Vorbis, Cue, Mp3
  • Playback control and configuration via Web-app
  • Powered by ASUS Tinkerboard S
  • HDMI Video Output Resolution: 4K 
  • UPnP DLNA Renderer with Open Home support
  • Integrated WebRadio directories
  • CIFSSMB and NFS Network Attached Storage compatibility
  • Multilanguage
  • Alarm and sleep function
  • Bluetooth 4.0, Wireless and Gigabit Wired Network Connectivity
  • 16GB internal eMMC memory


  • Lifetime subscription to myVolumio Superstar


Estimated ship date is Aug 22, 2019 PT.

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hi im Andre and I work with Volumio.  Prior, I was with ALLO, manufacturer of several successful audio shields for DIY audio. having read some of the comments here, I wanted to share the following with you. The term audiophile, for me, is broad and can include technical and non technical people.  what brings them together is the love for music.  i can understand that the ones that are more DIY oriented will always tend to be more technical and look for readings and numbers... but there are those who just want things to work out of the box and sound great.  when volumio launched the Primo, they had exactly that objective in mind here is a well known audiophile software creator that gets into hardware.  a big gamble.  does the primo sound good... the reviews speak for themselves.  can you achieve the same with DIY? hard to say ... having worked in this field for several years, i personally don't know of any board that is so versatile and offers USB, digital and analog outputs all in one.  the point is that the Primo massdrop deal offers a great value for those who are looking for a great sounding set it and forget it streamer. Primo received lot of bespoke software optimizations, many of them were related to ease of use (as this was a top priority) but most importantly to optimize Sound Quality: this has been achieved by fine-tuning the ESS DAC driver (via i2s), in close cooperation with ASUS. Particularly, we focused on how clocking is managed by TInkerboard and therefore improving the precision of the clock provided to the DAC. This is one of the special treat you get when getting a full-thought device rather than going DIY. Volumio philosophy is simple: we want every DIYer to be able to build their dream system, that's why we release Volumio as Open Source and provide as much information as possible. But we also believe that less tech-savvy music lovers should be able to enjoy a well priced and well thought audio player, finding all the optimizations done to their system out of the box.  So if you can go to DIY path, we encourage you to do so. But getting Primo will come bundled with all our experience in the digital domain in the form of system optimizations that come into play with a tight integration of hardware and software, packed in a good sounding device out of the box.  You have the choice. PS: one more review released today