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  • Experiment with the Google AYI assistant (100% pin to pin compatible).
  • Open source assitant such as ADRIAN project
  • Any portable radio project where you need built in speaker
  • Power directly your old speaker
  • No extra power supply required




Built-in speakers and microphone

Here shown on a Raspberry Pi 3


Connect to any old passive speakers

Thanks to the 2x5W built-in amp, perfect for a voice assistant setup.

Shown on a Raspberry Pi 3


Push the onboard red light  button !

... or connect an external one using the screw terminal

Shown on a Raspberry Pi Zero W

Let's get technical

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1. Microphone I2S High sensitivity on board

2. 2x5w Stereo Amplification 2 onboard speaker included

3. DAC I2s 24-bit audio with studio sampling quality

4. Line out stereo 3.5mm jack

5. Onboard red button, 1 status led

6. Extention screw terminal for external speakers (2 to 8 ohm)

7. Extention screw terminal for external push button, external led.

8. Soldered Long female header 2x20 (NO soldering required) Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, and Zero

From the official Google AIY image: 

-Downlowad the official Google AIY image here 

-Write the image to an SD card using a card writing utility (Etcher.io is a popular tool for this)

-Insert your Rapsberry Pi Audio Shield in your Raspberry pI then turn it on

-Open a terminal (yes the black windows thing) and type:

sudo wget -O - aiy.raspiaudio.com | bash

-run the audio test "Check audio" on your desktop, reboot to allow volume control on the desktop

-Follow this guide to setup the credential to run Google's examples here


For the references the script souce is here

Plug and Play Google AIY compatible with mic and speakers

Make your own voice controlled internet radio! the GIT for the project is here