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R499.90  Inc VAT
This nifty little USB pig-tail adds audio input and output through USB
R49.90  Inc VAT
R419.90  Inc VAT
Dynamic sound stereo headphone
R166.90  Inc VAT
R469.90  Inc VAT
R389.90  Inc VAT
R78.90  Inc VAT
IQaudIO DigiAMP (IQaudio Digi Amp )

Description:

DigiAMP is a HAT compliant add on accessory for the Raspberry Pi. DigiAMP uses the Texas Instruments TAS5756M PowerDAC to deliver direct connection to PASSIVE stereo speakers at up to 2x35wpc with variable output. Ideal for a Pi based HiFi. DigiAMP can be connected to the Raspberry Pi A /B /RPi2/RPi3 or RPi4's 40way pin header without any additional soldering. DigiAMP must be powered from an external supply and requires a 1 2 to 24DC power source to
operate. DigiAMP s barrel connector is 5.5mmx2.5mm. DigiAMP has been designed to provide power to the Raspberry Pi and DigiAMP combination in parallel, delivering 5.1v 2.5Amp to the Pi.

DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE RASPBERRY PI’s OWN POWER INPUT WHEN USING DIGIAMP .

The amplifier is by default muted at power on (mute LED lit). The mute state LED is under software
control (Raspberry Pi GPIO22).


P5 Alternative power input for hard wired installations. POLARITY MUST BE OBSERVED!
P8 TAS5756m Internal GPIO1/2/3
R499.90  Inc VAT
USB Audio Input/Output Dongle black (USB sound black IN/OUT)
Description:

This nifty little USB pig-tail adds audio input and output through USB. It's a cheap and cheerful solution for audio input to your Raspberry Pi, and the short cable design means it plays nicely with the other USB ports on a Pi.

After testing a wide range of USB audio dongles, this was the winner through being simple, low on noise and artefacts, and free from pointless buttons, bells, and whistles. The ferrite bead on the cable is a nice little extra.

Usage

In Raspbian, this device should show up in the audio control panel automagically (go to the Raspberry Pi menu, then Preferences, then Audio Device Settings, and select USB PnP Sound Device).

We recommend providing a good signal to the input, as it provides no gain/boost for passive mics.

Once you're up and running, record audio input on your Pi, in the terminal, by typing:
arecord -D plughw:1 -f cd /tmp/recording.wav

Add quality audio input output to your Raspberry Pi

This nifty little USB pig-tail adds audio input and output through USB
R49.90  Inc VAT
IQaudio DAC (IQaudio Pi-Dac board)

Description:

The DAC is a HAT compliant add on accessory for the Raspberry Pi A /B /RPi2 /RPi3 or PRi4. The DAC uses the Texas Instruments PCM5122 DAC to deliver analogue audio to the DAC ’s Phono connectors. The PI DAC also supports a dedicated headphone amplifier.

The PDAC can be connected to the Raspberry Pi’s 40way pin header without any additional soldering. The DAC is powered by the Raspberry Pi.



P1 Analogue out (0.. carries GPIO27, MUTE signal (headphone detect), Left and Right Audio and Left and Right Ground.
P6 Headphone socket signals (1: LEFT, 2: GROUND, 3: RIGHT, 4: GROUND, 5: DETECT)

The product brief is available at https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/iqaudio/iqaudio-product-brief.pdf

What's in the box?

1 x IQaudio DAC
R419.90  Inc VAT
Mini 3.5mm Clip Microphone (Clip Microphone)
Description:

Looking to record some sound on your Raspberry Pi? Or elevate sound quality in a recording studio or to ensure that your voice is clear and crisp during a podcast. 

Specification:

  •  Frequency Range: 30Hz~15000Hz
  • Impedance: 2.2K Ohm
  • Sensitivity: -52dB±5dB
  • Plug: 3.5mm
  • Length of cable: Approx 2m
  • Net weight: 11g
  • Color: Black

What's in the box?

1 x 3.5mm Clip Microphone
Dynamic sound stereo headphone
R166.90  Inc VAT
PJ-392 3-Pin 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Audio Video Jack Socket Plug With Nut (headphone socket)
Description:

Jack plugs and sockets are widely found in audio and audio-video applications and are most commonly used for analogue audio signals like the 3.5mm jack found on your earphones. With this socket you can now add this funtionality to your project. 

Specifications:

Model: PJ-392
Size(LxWxH): Approx. 22.5mmx 8mm x 8mm/ 0.89x3.15x3.15"


Package Includes:

1 x Stereo Headphone Audio Video Jack Socket

R9.90  Inc VAT
Jtron 3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker - Copper (3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker)
Description:

This internal magnet speaker is designed with aluminum shell, internal magnetic type, easy to install.
Application: mini box speakers, music player, doorbell, computer, multimedia speakers, etc.

Specifications:

Brand :   Jtron
Model:    N/A
Quantity:    1 piece
Form Color:    Copper
Material:    Plastic iron
Size:   40mm

What's in the box:

1 x speaker

R59.90  Inc VAT
IQaudIO DAC Pro (IQaudio DAC pro)
Description:

The DAC PRO is a HAT compliant add on accessory for the Raspberry Pi.
The DAC PRO users the Texas Instruments PCM5242 to deliver outstanding Signal to Noise Ration and supports Balanced Differential out in parallel to Phono RCA line le vel output. It also includes a dedicated headphone amplifier.
The DAC PRO can be connected to the Raspberry Pi A /B /RPi2/RPi3 or PRi4’s 40way pin header without any additional soldering. The DAC PRO is powered by the Raspberry Pi.
Component selection an d track layout have been in the forefront of our design to ensure noise immunity and best possible audio playback with the DAC PRO.



The DAC PRO exposes two 3 pin headers P7/P9) used by the optional XLR board to provide
Differential Balanced output exposed by XLR sockets above the Raspberry Pi’s USB/Ethernet ports.

  • P1 Analogue out (0.. carries GPIO27, MUTE signal (headphone detect), Left and Right Audio and Left and Right Ground.
  • P6 Headphone socket signals ( LEFT, 2:GROUND, 3: RIGHT, 4:GROUND, 5:DETECT)
  • P7/9 Differential (0.. output (P7: P9: RIGHT)
  • P10 Alternative 5v input, powering the Raspberry Pi in parallel
R469.90  Inc VAT
Pirate Audio: Line-out for Raspberry Pi (Pirate Audio: Line-out)
Description:

Plug Pirate Audio Line-out for Raspberry Pi into your hi-fi amp or powered speakers, then sit back, relax, and soak in the rich, digital audio. It has a high-quality I2S DAC, high-res colour display, and playback control buttons.

This board is perfect for upgrading an existing hi-fi amp and speakers, or a set of powered monitors, with digital audio from local audio files (MP3, FLAC, etc.) or from streaming services like Spotify. The DAC on Pirate Audio Line-out gives you crisp 24-bit / 192KHz digital audio through its 3.5mm stereo jack.

Pirate Audio is a range of all-in-one audio boards for Raspberry Pi, with high-quality digital audio, beautifully-crisp IPS displays for album art, tactile buttons for playback control, and our custom Pirate Audio software and installer to make setting it all up a breeze.

Features
  • Line-level digital audio (24-bit / 192KHz) over I2S
  • PCM5100A DAC chip (datasheet)
  • 3.5mm stereo jack
  • 1.3" IPS colour LCD (240x240px) (ST7789 driver)
  • Four tactile buttons
  • Mini HAT-format board
  • Fully-assembled
  • Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
  • Pirate Audio software
  • Dimensions: 65x30.5x9.5mm
Software

Our Pirate Audio software and installer installs the Python library for the LCD, configures the I2S audio and SPI, and then installs Mopidy and our custom Pirate Audio plugins to display album art and track info, and to use the buttons for playback control.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Set an SD card up with the latest version of Raspbian.
  2. Connect to Wi-Fi or a wired network.
  3. Open a terminal and type the following:

    git clone https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio
    cd pirate-audio/mopidy
    sudo ./install.sh


  4. Reboot your Pi

You can find more detailed instructions here: https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio/tree/master/mopidy

Notes

Note that our installer, linked above, does all of the below for you, but if you're an intrepid hacker then you might need to know this stuff!

  • The DAC can be configured by adding dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • There is a DAC enable pin—BCM 25— that must be driven high to enable the DAC. You can do this by adding gpio=25=op,dh to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • The buttons are active low, and connected to pins BCM 5, 6, 16, and 20
  • The display uses SPI, and you'll need to enable SPI through the Raspberry Pi configuration menu.
  • If you want to use these boards with a Pibow Coupé case (either for the Zero / Zero W or Pi 4), then you'll need to use a booster header to raise it up a little.
R419.90  Inc VAT
Pirate Audio: Headphone Amp for Raspberry Pi (Pirate Audio: Headphone)
Description:

The ultimate hackable headphone amp for your desk! Pirate Audio Headphone Amp for Raspberry Pi has an I2S DAC, headphone amplifier, high-res display, and playback control buttons.

Build your own home-brew iPod Nano with Pirate Audio Headphone Amp! It's an all-in-one solution, with gorgeous album art display, track info, and playback controls, for playing your local audio files (MP3, FLAC, etc) or streaming music from Spotify. The DAC and headphone amp give you crisp digital amplified audio through your wired headphones.

Pirate Audio is a range of all-in-one audio boards for Raspberry Pi, with high-quality digital audio, beautifully-crisp IPS displays for album art, tactile buttons for playback control, and our custom Pirate Audio software and installer to make setting it all up a breeze.

Features

  • Amplified digital audio (24-bit / 192KHz) over I2S
  • PAM8908 headphone amplifier chip (datasheet)
  • Low-gain / high-gain switch (high-gain boosts by 12dB)
  • PCM5100A DAC chip (datasheet)
  • 3.5mm stereo jack
  • 1.3" IPS colour LCD (240x240px) (ST7789 driver)
  • Four tactile buttons
  • Mini HAT-format board
  • Fully-assembled
  • Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
  • Pirate Audio software
  • Dimensions: 65x30.5x9.5mm

Software

Our Pirate Audio software and installer installs the Python library for the LCD, configures the I2S audio and SPI, and then installs Mopidy and our custom Pirate Audio plugins to display album art and track info, and to use the buttons for playback control.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Set an SD card up with the latest version of Raspbian.
  2. Connect to Wi-Fi or a wired network.
  3. Open a terminal and type the following:

    git clone https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio
    cd pirate-audio/mopidy
    sudo ./install.sh


  4. Reboot your Pi

You can find more detailed instructions here: https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio/tree/master/mopidy

Notes

Note that our installer, linked above, does all of the below for you, but if you're an intrepid hacker then you might need to know this stuff!

  • The low-gain mode is recommended for most use-cases.
  • The DAC can be configured by adding dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • There is a DAC enable pin—BCM 25— that must be driven high to enable the DAC. You can do this by adding gpio=25=op,dh to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • The buttons are active low, and connected to pins BCM 5, 6, 16, and 20
  • The display uses SPI, and you'll need to enable SPI through the Raspberry Pi configuration menu.
  • If you want to use these boards with a Pibow Coupé case (either for the Zero / Zero W or Pi 4), then you'll need to use a booster header to raise it up a little.
R419.90  Inc VAT
Pirate Audio: 3W Stereo Amp for Raspberry Pi (Pirate Audio: 3W Amp)
Descripton:

Bring an old radio or set of speakers into the 21st century with Pirate Audio 3W Stereo Amp for Raspberry Pi! Get punchy digital audio through the push-fit terminals and control your music with the built-in colour LCD and playback control buttons.

The push-fit connectors on Pirate Audio 3W Stereo Amp make it super-simple to connect up a set of speakers, whether they're bookshelf or floor-standing speakers, or the speakers in an old radio. Play crisp digital audio from local files (MP3, FLAC, etc.) or stream from services like Spotify. The combined DAC and amp gives you crisp 24-bit / 192KHz digital audio through your connected stereo speakers (or mixed-down mono through a single channel).

Pirate Audio is a range of all-in-one audio boards for Raspberry Pi, with high-quality digital audio, beautifully-crisp IPS displays for album art, tactile buttons for playback control, and our custom Pirate Audio software and installer to make setting it all up a breeze.

Features
  • MAX98357A DAC / amplifier chip x2 (datasheet)
  • Stereo 3W (per channel) audio out
  • Push-fit speaker terminals
  • Switch for stereo / mixed-down mono modes
  • 1.3" IPS colour LCD (240x240px) (ST7789 driver)
  • Four tactile buttons
  • Mini HAT-format board
  • Fully-assembled
  • Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
  • Pirate Audio software
  • Dimensions: 65x30.5x9.5mm
Software

Our Pirate Audio software and installer installs the Python library for the LCD, configures the I2S audio and SPI, and then installs Mopidy and our custom Pirate Audio plugins to display album art and track info, and to use the buttons for playback control.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Set an SD card up with the latest version of Raspbian.
  2. Connect to Wi-Fi or a wired network.
  3. Open a terminal and type the following:

    git clone https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio
    cd pirate-audio/mopidy
    sudo ./install.sh


  4. Reboot your Pi

You can find more detailed instructions here: https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio/tree/master/mopidy

Notes

Note that our installer, linked above, does all of the below for you, but if you're an intrepid hacker then you might need to know this stuff!

  • The push-fit connectors require you to push gently on the tab to allow the cable to be inserted / removed. Do this carefully, to avoid breaking the clip!
  • The DAC can be configured by adding dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • There is a DAC enable pin—BCM 25— that must be driven high to enable the DAC. You can do this by adding gpio=25=op,dh to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • The buttons are active low, and connected to pins BCM 5, 6, 16, and 20
  • The display uses SPI, and you'll need to enable SPI through the Raspberry Pi configuration menu.
  • If you want to use these boards with a Pibow Coupé case (either for the Zero / Zero W or Pi 4), then you'll need to use a booster header to raise it up a little.
R419.90  Inc VAT
Pirate Audio: Speaker for Raspberry Pi (Pirate Audio: Speaker)
Description:

Pump out some mini beats with Pirate Audio Speaker! This diminutive sound system has an I2S DAC, amp, mini mono speaker, high-res display, and playback control buttons.

Pirate Audio Speaker is perfect for making a Lilliputian radio, sound effect player, or even as a teeny-weeny games console! The built-in 1W speaker isn't the loudest but it's great fun for lots of projects. The display and playback buttons let you control your audio or sound effects in a jiffy. Use our Pirate Audio software (more info below) to play local audio files (MP3, FLAC, etc) or stream from services like Spotify.

Pirate Audio is a range of all-in-one audio boards for Raspberry Pi, with high-quality digital audio, beautifully-crisp IPS displays for album art, tactile buttons for playback control, and our custom Pirate Audio software and installer to make setting it all up a breeze.

Features

  • MAX98357A DAC / amplifier chip (datasheet)
  • Mono audio
  • Mini speaker (1W / 8Ω, attached)
  • Push-fit speaker terminals
  • 1.3" IPS colour LCD (240x240px) (ST7789 driver)
  • Four tactile buttons
  • Mini HAT-format board
  • Fully-assembled
  • Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
  • Pirate Audio software
  • Dimensions: 65x30.5x9.5mm

Software

Our Pirate Audio software and installer installs the Python library for the LCD, configures the I2S audio and SPI, and then installs Mopidy and our custom Pirate Audio plugins to display album art and track info, and to use the buttons for playback control.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Set an SD card up with the latest version of Raspbian.
  2. Connect to Wi-Fi or a wired network.
  3. Open a terminal and type the following:

    git clone https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio
    cd pirate-audio/mopidy
    sudo ./install.sh


  4. Reboot your Pi

You can find more detailed instructions here: https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio/tree/master/mopidy

Notes

Note that our installer, linked above, does all of the below for you, but if you're an intrepid hacker then you might need to know this stuff!

  • The DAC can be configured by adding dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • There is a DAC enable pin—BCM 25— that must be driven high to enable the DAC. You can do this by adding gpio=25=op,dh to the /boot/config.txt file.
  • The buttons are active low, and connected to pins BCM 5, 6, 16, and 20
  • The display uses SPI, and you'll need to enable SPI through the Raspberry Pi configuration menu.
  • If you want to use these boards with a Pibow Coupé case (either for the Zero / Zero W or Pi 4), then you'll need to use a booster header to raise it up a little.
R369.90  Inc VAT
IQaudio Codec Zero (IQaudio Codec Zero)
Description:

Codec Zero is a Raspberry Pi Zero sized board but it also includes the HAT EEPROM allowing for auto configuration of the Linux environment if needed. The Codec Zero delivers bi directional digital audio signals ( between the Raspberry Pi and onboard Dialog Semiconductor DA7212. Supporting a range of input and output devices from built in MEMS microphone, mono Electret microphone or mono speaker (1.2W 8Ω). It also has GREEN GPIO23 and RED GPIO24 LEDs, that can be used for status and a tactile button GPIO27 that can be used to start an event. The Codec Zero makes a great starting point for a walkie talkie intelligent doorbell, vintage radio hack or Smart type speaker.

Specifications:




P1 and P2 will support external PHONO RCA sockets if needed. P1: AUX IN, P2: AUX OUT.
Pin 1 is square:

R389.90  Inc VAT
8Ohm 5W Speaker (8Ohm 5W Speaker)
Description:

Compatible with Waveshare products with a 4PIN speaker header


Specifications

  • Impedance: 8Ω
  • Power: 5W
  • Dimensions: 100mm x 45mm x 21 mm
R78.90  Inc VAT
USB Sound Card, Driver-Free, for Raspberry Pi (WS USB audio dongle)
USB sound card

Recording and playback support, stereo codec, built-in microphone and speaker suitable for Raspberry Pi. Driver-free, Plug and Play.

"listening / speaking" two-in-one

Built-in microphone and speaker, easy audio input / output


Multiple sampling rates support

Supported sampling rates including 8K, 11.025K, 12K, 16K, 22.05K, 24K,
32K, 44.1K, and default 48K (Hz)



Power indicator



Look inside


Plug and play, easy to use

Standard USB 2.0 port, driver-free, portable size




Outline dimensions



R156.90  Inc VAT
6W Stereo USB Power and Signal Speaker-Black (USB stereo black)
Description:

This small Computer Speaker is USB-powered and USB communicated, just plug and play. No extra 3.5mm Audio Jack is needed. It is very easy to use. For a Mini Speaker, the sound is loud and beautiful. This USB Desktop Speaker will bring you good audio for you to listen to music, watch films, or play games. The small USB Speaker is energy-saving and environmentally-friendly. This mini Portable Speaker is specially designed for desktop, laptop, notebook, tablet PC, and even Raspberry Pi boards and Jetson.



As the new Raspberry Pi 400 keyboard computer does not come with a 3.5mm Audio Barrel for speaker output, this USB powered, and signal is the perfect speaker for it. And we have tested it with Raspberry Pi 400, it works like expected. No driver is needed, plug and use!



Note: If you're using the speaker with your Raspberry Pi, be sure to change the audio device to USB2.0 Device and change the output to Digital Stereo Output. Else, you will not be able to control the volume.


Features and specifications:

  • They are small and compact, so they can be brought anywhere.
  • Powered by a single USB cable, have NO volume control knob, easy to use.
  • Anti-interference and stereo sound.
  • Crystal-clear treble.
  • Space-saving design, they can be conveniently placed next to your PC monitors without compromising on valuable desk space.
  • Built-in 2 speakers, balance and enhance the sound of your laptop, notebook, computer, PC, tablets, good for work, music, movies, games, etc.
  • Acoustic quality stereo sound, let your room filled with music, movies, or computer games.
  • No driver is needed for Windows, Linux and macOS, just plug and play!
  • Great for
    • Enhance any media experience while at home, office, kitchen, basement, or on the go.
    • Upgrade to your computer's weakened or faint internal speakers. Perfect USB Speakers for Windows PCs, Desktop Computer, Laptop.
    • Daily listening, static listening at home or office.
  • Material: Plastic
  • Output Power: 3W*2
  • Channel: 2.0
  • Frequency Response Range: 25Hz-20KHz
  • Separation: ≥40dB
  • Power Supply: USB 5V
  • SNR: ≥80dB
  • Voltage: 5V
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Number of speakers: 2
  • USB Cable Length: 47 inches
  • Connection radius: direct connection

What's in the box?

  • 1 x 6W Stereo USB Power and Signal Speaker-Black
R259.90  Inc VAT
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