- 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
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