Did you know that you can use your Raspberry Pi to create an extensive entertainment center that will produce nice sounds that will delight not only the average music lover but also the demanding audiophile? You will need a sound card and microphones dedicated to Raspberry Pi, which you can find in our shop. For those who are not satisfied with the image alone, especially if you use Raspberry Pi to watch movies or music videos, the sound is simply necessary, in some productions even more important than the image. You will find everything you need to create your audio system in our offer. Enjoy high quality sounds, clarity and very good parameters necessary to record ambient sounds. Yes, Raspberry Pi can not only play music, but also record everything that happens in the environment. Such versatility of the microcomputer makes it a popular choice among programmers as well as fans of good music and exceptional entertainment.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with RCA connectors. It is used in the device of high-quality, DAC Burr-Brown chip has a resolution of 24-bits and runs at a frequency of 192 kHz. The advantage of this board is a built-in, hardware controller of sound volume with support for applications such as mixer.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with high-quality interface S/PDIF and optical connector. It is used in device, system has a resolution of 24-bits, runs at a frequency of 192 kHz.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with RCA connectors. It is used in the device of high-quality, the ESS DAC has a resolution of 24-bits, it runs at a speed of 192 kHz. Unlike board, the standard does not have a hardware sound volume controller and built-in EEPROM memory.
Pad, type hat, for Raspberry Pi version 3B+ / 3B / 2B with RCA connectors. System DAC used in high quality device, running in master mode, provides the highest-quality sound. The device has a very small deviation of the jitter.
Quality sound card for the Raspberry Pi with a matrix digital - to-analog DAC. Pad mounts directly to the GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi. Equipped with a high quality DAC the Burr-Brown 192 kHz / 24-bit. On the Board there are two gold-plated RCA connectors.
Shield, Hat type for Raspberry Pi with RCA and BNC connector. It is used in high quality device, system DigiOne with the S/PDIF interface. System used in device has a resolution of 24-bits, it runs at a frequency of 192 kHz. The device features a very small deviation of jitter and low noise. The device has galvanic isolation.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with high-quality interface S/PDIF and optical connectors. It is used in device, system has a resolution of 24-bits, it runs with a speed of 192 kHz.
Sound card in a 40-pin pad for minikomputera Raspberry Pi version 4B / 3B+ / 3B and earlier versions. Trim works directly with minikomputera. Fitted with connectors of RCA and 3.5 mm Jack, input and output stereo, and a dedicated 192kHz / 24bit high-quality Burr-Brown ADCS and DACS.
Aluminum body in black color, intended for modules Allo USBridge Sig and DigiOne Signature. The case protects the module from dust and damage. The body was drilled the holes for all the connectors USBridge Sig and DigiOne Signature.
ReSpeaker is an expansion board for the Raspberry, equipped with 2 microphones, it is designed for AI and voice applications. It allows you to build efficient devices, which, i.a. support services such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
Trim with a 3.5 mm output audio for the Raspberry Pi. Built-in DAC chip provides crisp sound 24-bit / 192kHz, while IPS display and 1.3" displays album art. The module also includes buttons to control the player.
Panel with amplifier DAC for minikompoutera Raspberry Pi. Has a built-in speaker 1W / 8 ? and colorful display IPS 1,3". Moreover, motherboard is equipped with 4 buttons. The device communicates via the SPI and I2S.
The stereo decoder's module DAC to communicate through the I2S interface. Built-in class D amplifier can provide up to 3.2 W of power to the speakers or headphones with impedance up to 4 Ω. Powered with voltage from 2.5 V to 5 V. It is compatible with Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with a built-in class D amplifier with a power of 3 W. The device supports speakers with an impedance of 8 Ω, it works with sample rates from 44.1 kHz up to 192 kHz, it requires no external power source.
External sound card for Raspberry Pi is compatible with models with 40-pin connectors of GPIO (4B/3B+/3/2/B+/A+) without soldering, it works directly from minicomputer. RCA and Jack 3,5 mm connnnectors.
Cap, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with high-quality interface S/PDIF and optical connector. Used in device, system has a resolution of 24-bits, runs at a frequency of 192 kHz. In addition, it has two oscillators, gilded connector RCA, output I2S and the possibility to add BNC connector.
Shield, type Hat for Raspberry, version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B, Zero with RCA connectors. It is used in the device of high-quality, DAC Burr-Brown chip has a resolution of 24 bits, it runs at a speed of 192 kHz. The advantage of this board is a built-in, hardware sound volume controller with the support for applications of mixer type.
Cap type Hat for Raspberry version 4B, 3B+, 3B, 2B, A+, B with a built-in class D amplifier with power of 60 W. The device supports speakers with an impedance of 4 Ω to 8 Ω, runs at a rate from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz requires an external power source with voltage range from 12 V to 24 V.
Sound card HiFi with the release of the USB type-C minikomputera for Raspberry Pi, PC, notebook and so on. The Board has an 8-core microcontroller XMOS XU208 and flagship DAC chip ES9038Q2M 32-bit. Has 2 RCA jacks and 1 S/PDIF. Running at up to 192 kHz.
You don't need any expensive hardware that needs to stand in a soundproofed listening room. You also don't need tube amplifiers that deliver high quality sound. You can build your private media center using the Raspberry Pi and a sound card, which is necessary in this case, without it it is impossible to play the sounds. Sound cards feature very good A/C and D/A converters. They have powerful Class D power amplifiers and low-noise amplifiers. Moreover, you can expect precise sound quality, which you will surely appreciate if you are a fan of good music and also have very sensitive hearing. The Raspberry Pi is small in size, just like the dedicated audio amplifiers. However, from a small board you can gain 60W of power in two channels. Speakers with an impedance of 4 Ω to 8 Ω can work with the sound card.
Did you know that Raspberry Pi is capable of reacting to sounds coming from the environment. Moreover, these are sounds from any direction. The sounds are heard through six MEMS microphones type MSM321A3729H9CP. The Raspberry Pi intercepts sounds within a radius of up to 3 meters, which extends the possibilities of your media entertainment center.
You can use the Digi+ version of the HiFiBerry music card, which is inserted directly into the GPIO connector. It is compatible with the Raspberry Pi A+/B+/2/3. It is equipped with an I2S bus connection and has a resolution of up to 24 bit. It has an S/PDIF optical output and an electrical output. You can connect the Raspberry Pi to the amplifiers and power directly to the GPIO bus.
Raspberry can be connected directly to the router or use WiFi technology. First, however, the Raspberry Pi must be connected via Ethernet. But to get a beautiful sound from Raspberry, it is necessary to configure it. In Audio Output you can select the audio output. Having HiFiBerry card you should choose sndrpihifiberry. The audio volume control is set in Volume control mixer. By default the hardware mixer will be set, but it does not work with all converters. If you have any problems you should switch from a hardware mixer to a software mixer. You can also turn off the mixer, but in such cases you will only be able to adjust the sound volume on the amplifier.
The Raspberry Pi with the sound card has many useful features. With Volumio you can set the resampling of songs in real time. In Services management you will control the network functions of Volumio, and in Sound quality tweaks you will find a set of kernel parameter settings.
Raspberry Pi will bring a fantastic musical experience. Build your own entertainment centre using the sound cards available in our store.