Hello there. Hope this is in the appropriate section.
Plan on building a little nifty amp to power two speakers that will be used for TV/movies and for music listening. Would love to have blue tooth ("lossless"?), and need USB/RCA/aux connectivity for music, Hdmi for the TV (no rca). For music I've been using RCA to Aux from my laptop or from some one elses' phone.
Planning to use a TDA7498E amp board alongside a MBL-6010 clone pre amp board from aliexpress. They run on an analog signal so I'm assuming I'll need a DAC for my other desired inputs. Also plan on using an audio spectrum indicator for the eye candy.
After doing some reading it seems like the Pi 3 can mostly everything but I don't know if it's too much for what I need. I've seen that people have been using touch displays for their home entertainment centers and that, and a hard drive, may be something down the future. One inherent flaw is that all the inputs and outputs aren't on the same side.I bet this question has been asked before but could you guys help me out? If a Pi is not for me, anything else that can do the job?
Sorry, english isn't my first language.