I've been running Mopidy for a few weeks now on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model A using a spare set of computer speakers. As I also have a spare Raspberry Pi Zero W, I decided to buy a HAT for this that would allow me to use a set of proper hi-fi speakers that were powered by the Pi instead of external power.
This article describes how to set up the Mopidy music server with selected extensions using the Pimoroni pHAT Beat. However, you could follow most of this guide to create a Mopidy music server using another model of Raspberry Pi via the built in audio chip and 3.5mm audio jack. In this case, just ignore the instructions for installing the pHAT Beat software and follow everything else.Read More