Difference between revisions of "Unofficial hardware"

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* HifiBerry https://www.hifiberry.com/products/
 
* HifiBerry https://www.hifiberry.com/products/
* HifiBerry DAC+ => hifiberry-dacplus
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** HifiBerry DAC+ => hifiberry-dacplus
* Hifiberry DAC+ Pro => hifiberry-dacplus
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** Hifiberry DAC+ Pro => hifiberry-dacplus
* HifiBerry DAC+ Lite => hifiberry-dac
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** HifiBerry DAC+ Lite => hifiberry-dac
* HifiBerry Amp => hifiberry-amp  
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** HifiBerry Amp => hifiberry-amp  
* HifiBerry Digi => hifiberry-digi
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** HifiBerry Digi => hifiberry-digi
 
 
 
* IQAudio http://iqaudio.co.uk/3-audio
 
* IQAudio http://iqaudio.co.uk/3-audio
* IQAudio DAC+ => iqaudio-dacplus
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** IQAudio DAC+ => iqaudio-dacplus
* IQAudio DAC => iqaudio-dac
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** IQAudio DAC => iqaudio-dac
 
 
 
* AudioInjector http://www.audioinjector.net/
 
* AudioInjector http://www.audioinjector.net/
* AudioInjector Hat => audioinjector-wm8731-audio
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** AudioInjector Hat => audioinjector-wm8731-audio
  
 
==Tested bad==
 
==Tested bad==

Revision as of 23:23, 28 August 2017

Displays

  • Adafruit PiTFT displays
  • Official Raspberry Pi Foundation 7" touch display

Audio interfaces

Tested good

Tested bad

  • Built-in Raspberry 1/8" audio jack. The onboard RBPi soundcard is not suitable at all. It's PWM based (no DAC!) and only 10 bits of resolution. Also, it has a huge latency. Forget getting a decent result with it. You have to use a decent soundcard (with a DAC!) for RBPi.
  • USB audio interfaces (latency problems)

Untested