Broadcaster Nano Wi-Fi


Do you need a standalone wireless audio playback device? The Broadcaster Nano Wi-Fi is a simple TCP/IP streaming playback device. It supports MP3 and Ogg Vorbis audio codec formats together with Icecast and SHOUTcast basic protocols.

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The Broadcaster Nano Wi-Fi is the smallest electronic board belonging to the Broadcaster family.
This board allows to decode and listen to audio streams coming from TCP/IP connections. It is compatible with both Icecast and SHOUTcast servers beyond that being compatible with VLC media player and Broadcasters’ transmitter streams.

How to use

The Broadcaster Nano Wi-Fi is shipped ready to use.
Open your browser and digit the Nano Wi-Fi’s IP address. The DHCP client is enabled by default (see: how to locate your board).

Once logged in (default credentials are user: lpsystems and pass: lpsystems), try our open access stream, connect to your stream server, or listen to a public web radio.

How to reset

To restore default settings log in into your board and click ‘Restore settings’ button.
If the connection to your board is not available, switch off your board, apply an electric jump to the jump designed pads, power up and count 4 secs. The red LED blinks quickly for a few seconds and the settings will be set to default enabling the DHCP client.

How to upgrade

Every Broadcasters firmware is continuously developed to guarantee the best user experience, add features, and correct bugs.
The Broadcaster Nano ETH firmware can be live updated by using your web browser. Or see the emergency recovery procedure.

Use cases

The Broadcaster Nano ETH is designed to receive, decode, and reproduce audio streams.

Summary of features

Feature Nano ETH
LEDs 1 (bi-color)
Power supply Micro USB
Output Analog 3.5mm Jack
Line out Consumer audio −10 dBV [1]
Codecs Mp3 and Ogg Vorbis
Protocols Icecast and SHOUTcast [2]
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
CPU 200 MHz
Decoder Hardware [3]
Flash/EEPROM 8 Mbytes / 32kBytes
Size  60 x 39 mm
Enclosure Box Nano ETH


[1] Line-out specifications
[2] Icecast and SHOUTcast protocols
[3] VS1053b hardware decoder