Audio Perfection at a perfect price
Let's face it, we love our Raspberry Pi but audio quality is just bad or inexistant (PiZero). RaspiAudio enables your Raspberry Pi ( Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, and Zero) with a state of the art audio DAC at a reasonable price.
Great for home audio sound sytem, internet radio, or any project with audio at a price that makes sense.
Just plug your Raspberry Pi Audio on top of your Raspberry PI Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, and Zero and let the music blast.
Let's get technical
- NEW: included dual RCA phono connector
- 24-bit audio with studio sampling quality
- The 5th-order noise shaper operates at 64fs
- Line out stereo jack
- DAC over the Raspberry Pi's I2S interface
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, and Zero
- Female header requires soldering
Let's install it
-Solder the included 40pins header (black part on the bottom):
For Raspian users:
-Insert your Rapsberry Pi Audio Shield in your Raspberry pI then turn it on
-Make sure your audio jack is plugged in to your amplifier
-Open a terminal (yes the black windows thing) and type:
sudo wget -O - install.raspiaudio.com | bash
-say yes for the reboot
-If everything went fine you should here a test sound when tryping this command:
sudo speaker-test -l5 -c2 -t wav
-NEW! : On the next reboot you will be able to control the volume from your desktop or by using the line command tool alsamixer
For references here is the script source.
For OSMC users:
Just follow each steps and device name of this tutorial
Following GPIOs are used by RaspiAudio:
-GPIO21 (pin 40)
-GPIO19 (pin 35)
-GPIO18 (pin 12)
-Ground pin (connect at least one : pin 6, 9, 14, 20, 25, 30, 34, 39)
-3.3v pin (connect at least one: : pin 1, 17)
All others pin are free to use in your projects!