A sound card for the Raspberry Pi with full functionality - inputs, outputs & an electret microphone port - Small enough to fit a Zero!
We are bringing you the zero version of our wildly popular Audio Injector Raspberry Pi sound card. The sound card which is input capable, output capable and is ready for your to solder on an electret microphone - as simple as that.
This card also comes with two breakout PCBs which allow you to plug in RCA connectors (supplied), stereo 1/4" or 3.5mm jacks. The breakout boards also provide potentiometer capability for hardware volume control.Specifications (sound card board):
Specifications (breakout boards and extras shown in the image below):
- Direct Inputs : Unpopulated Connectors (stereo)
- Direct Outputs : Unpopulated Connectors (stereo)
- Potentiometer Inputs : Unpopulated Connectors and potentiometer (stereo)
- Potentiometer Outputs : Unpopulated Connectors and potentiometer (stereo)
- Headphone : Powered headphone connector (plenty loud). Populated
- Microphone : Electret ready, just populate.
- Sample rate : 96 kHz, 32 bit (with 24 bit ΔΣ DACs and ADCs)
- Jitter control : Crystal locked, codec master, low jitter (Crystal on the card).
- Hardware: Works with the Raspberry Pi2, Pi3 and Zero
- RCA : Dual RCA footprint (unpopulated - RCAs provided)
- Headers : 3 pin left, right and ground, male 0.1" headers. (unpopulated - 4 connectors provided)
- Cables : 3 line with female 0.1" headers. (unpopulated - 2 cables provided)
- Large stereo jack : 1/4" stereo jack (not provided)
- Small stereo jack : 3.5mm stereo jack (not provided)
- Direct line connector : Plug into the direct line (0.1" header) to bypass the potentiometer control.
- Volume control connector : Plug into the potentiometer (0.1" header) to use the potentiometer as a volume control.
- Potentiometer : Potentiometer (dual ganged) as the volume control (not provided).
More technical/electrical specifications on the stereo sound card parge.