remi posted Jun 16 '15, 16:15:
Post here if you have tested a DAC (Also if you have link where to buy compatible DAC with fast shipping in Europe I'm interested!)
NAME : HIFIMEDIY SABRE ANDROID/TINY USB DAC
LINK : http://hifimediy.com/DACs/ready-made-dacs/tiny-dac
SUPPORTED ON RASPBERRY PI: No
ISSUE: The sound is really low and distorted.
Richard posted Jun 17 '15, 21:48:
I bought one identical to the one Joeseph describes from eBay in the UK - cost £7.99 including postage, arrived next day. eBay seller is electronikauk
David posted Jul 11 '15, 02:04:
I'm also interested in finding a DAC that will work for this project, sound quality straight out of the pi is pretty bad! Anyone have a link?
Richard posted Jul 12 '15, 21:58:
MikePDX posted Jul 13 '15, 03:09:
My Griffin iMic works fine.
Martin posted Jul 16 '15, 12:55:
This one from Amazon in Germany works well
I guess all which are detected by linux will work.
Sven posted Jul 16 '15, 21:06:
Hi Martin !
Great Info THX ! Maybe the MIC input can be used in the future to sample. Perhaps like the Korg Micro Sampler(AutoGate).
Grüss aus HH :-)
LamptonWorm posted Jul 17 '15, 15:30:
Marek posted Aug 26 '15, 15:33:
Good to know that cheap one`s are working! Are they really better than onboard jack?
Sax posted Feb 14 '16, 11:38:
I've tested my old Edirol UA-1X. It works perfectly.
Sax posted Feb 14 '16, 11:41:
Luciano posted Feb 24 '16, 15:00:
I tested with Behringer UCA-200 , it works perfectly too.
But I'm going to try the i2s-dac, which I recently purchased. I wonder what sw changes are necessary...
Nimbo77 posted Jan 27 '17, 20:46:
I am using a PhatDac with a Pi Zero: https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/phat-dac
The sound quality is very nice.
Not USB, uses 3 GPIO pins + 5v and ground. (GPIO 18 is mandatory, so you'll have to map one of the SamplerBox buttons to another pin, and update the code, see: http://www.samplerbox.org/forum/255)
Has pinout points so you can solder a jack or RCA output very easily. Also has 3,5mm stereo minijack installed.
Is reasonably priced at 10-12£ (UK)
- Supports up to 24bit 192kHz
Mat posted Sep 18 '17, 09:55:
Following this explanation I2S is the most suitable to audio
So I'm looking for instructions to use I2S DAC on PI 2