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=Displays=
 
=Displays=
 
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* [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1601 Adafruit PiTFT Touchscreen 2.8"] [[Configuration notes for PiTFT]]
* Adafruit PiTFT Touchscreen 2.8" (Clonic versions too!)
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** [https://es.aliexpress.com/store/product/2-8-TFT-LCD-expansion-display-touchscreen-for-Raspberry-Pi-B-B-Board/1679052_32710026340.html PiTFT clone versions]
* OzzMaker PiScreen 2
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* [http://ozzmaker.com/product/piscreen-3-5-tft-with-touch-for-the-raspberry-pi/ OzzMaker PiScreen 2]
* WaveShare TouchScreens with GPIO connection for touch-device
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* [http://www.waveshare.com/product/mini-pc/raspberry-pi/displays.htm WaveShare Displays with GPIO touch-device]
* Official Raspberry Pi Foundation 7" TouchScreen
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* Official Raspberry Pi Foundation 7" Touch-screen Display
 
** https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-touch-display/
 
** https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-touch-display/
 
** USA https://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/83-16872
 
** USA https://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/83-16872
* Generic HDMI Touchscreens with USB mouse-like-touch-device
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* Generic HDMI Displays with USB mouse-like touch-device
  
 
=Audio interfaces=
 
=Audio interfaces=
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The Zynthian SD image won’t work without a proper audio device (DAC). The RBPi integrated “audio device” is not suitable (as it has poor performance). The SD image is pre-configured to work with HifiBerry DAC+, although you can use any DAC that works with RBPi (i.e. any I2S device). See [[Configuring Audio Devices]]
 
==Tested good==
 
==Tested good==
 
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* [https://www.hifiberry.com/products/ HifiBerry]
* HifiBerry https://www.hifiberry.com/products/
 
 
** HifiBerry DAC+ => hifiberry-dacplus
 
** HifiBerry DAC+ => hifiberry-dacplus
 
** Hifiberry DAC+ Pro => hifiberry-dacplus
 
** Hifiberry DAC+ Pro => hifiberry-dacplus
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** HifiBerry Amp => hifiberry-amp  
 
** HifiBerry Amp => hifiberry-amp  
 
** HifiBerry Digi => hifiberry-digi
 
** HifiBerry Digi => hifiberry-digi
* IQAudio http://iqaudio.co.uk/3-audio
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* [http://iqaudio.co.uk/3-audio IQAudio]
** IQAudio DAC+ => iqaudio-dacplus
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** IQAudio DAC+ => iqaudio-dacplus  
** IQAudio DAC => iqaudio-dac
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* [http://www.audioinjector.net/ AudioInjector]
* AudioInjector http://www.audioinjector.net/
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** AudioInjector Hat => audioinjector-wm8731-audio '''has Audio Input''' But be warned that audioinjector soundcards seem quite problematic. IMHO, the 40 pin header is not very reliable
** AudioInjector Hat => audioinjector-wm8731-audio
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==Tested - with problems==
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* PiSound https://blokas.io/ PiSound itself works. but currently there are GPIO conflicts with current encoders. '''has Audio Input''' also has 5pin MIDI In and MIDI OUT
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* USB audio interfaces (latency problems) '''has Audio Input'''
  
 
==Tested bad==
 
==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.
 
* 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==
 
==Untested==
* PiSound https://blokas.io/
 
 
* Sparkfun JustBoom HAT
 
* Sparkfun JustBoom HAT
 
* Built-in Raspberry HDMI audio
 
* Built-in Raspberry HDMI audio
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* [http://iqaudio.co.uk/3-audio IQAudio]
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** IQAudio Pi-DACZero
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* Durio sound http://www.gravitech.us/dusoulsoqufo.html
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* ALLO – PIANO HI-FI DAC https://volumio.org/product/allo-piano-hi-fi-dac/
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** https://volumio.org/product-category/dac/i2s-dac/
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* Mamboberry https://www.collybia.com/product/mamboberry-ls-dac/
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* Chinese I2C
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** Board Mikroe-506 Proto Audio Codec WM8731 https://aliexpress.com/item/Module-BOARD-MIKROE-506-PROTO-AUDIO-CODEC-WM8731-development-BOARD/32759758896.html?spm=a2g03.10010108.1000016.1.3c744047A0NIyA&isOrigTitle=true
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** Wm8731 module audio module mcu fpga music https://aliexpress.com/item/FREE-SHIPPING-Wm8731-module-audio-module-mcu-fpga-music/1674210328.html?spm=a2g0s.8937460.0.0.meWV7T
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** UDA1380 Based on I2S Interface https://aliexpress.com/item/UDA1380-Board-UDA-1380-Module-Stereo-Audio-Codecs-Decoder-Based-on-I2S-Interface/700622589.html?spm=a2g03.10010108.1000016.1.3c744047Zan6Wc&isOrigTitle=true
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* Chinese USB
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** Mini USB DAC PCM2704 https://aliexpress.com/store/product/Newest-Raspberry-Pi-Audio-Mini-USB-DAC-PCM2704-high-quality-sound-card-with-Texas-Instruments/113442_1880987504.html

Latest revision as of 19:37, 14 June 2018

Displays

Audio interfaces

The Zynthian SD image won’t work without a proper audio device (DAC). The RBPi integrated “audio device” is not suitable (as it has poor performance). The SD image is pre-configured to work with HifiBerry DAC+, although you can use any DAC that works with RBPi (i.e. any I2S device). See Configuring Audio Devices

Tested good

  • HifiBerry
    • HifiBerry DAC+ => hifiberry-dacplus
    • Hifiberry DAC+ Pro => hifiberry-dacplus
    • HifiBerry DAC+ Lite => hifiberry-dac
    • HifiBerry Amp => hifiberry-amp
    • HifiBerry Digi => hifiberry-digi
  • IQAudio
    • IQAudio DAC+ => iqaudio-dacplus
  • AudioInjector
    • AudioInjector Hat => audioinjector-wm8731-audio has Audio Input But be warned that audioinjector soundcards seem quite problematic. IMHO, the 40 pin header is not very reliable

Tested - with problems

  • PiSound https://blokas.io/ PiSound itself works. but currently there are GPIO conflicts with current encoders. has Audio Input also has 5pin MIDI In and MIDI OUT
  • USB audio interfaces (latency problems) has Audio Input

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.

Untested