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We like this particular dongle for not being too bulky, you can plug it in without blocking the secondary USB port.
R39.90  Inc VAT
Add the Cheapo with S/PDIF Shield to your Sparky SBC for added functionality!
R245.39  Inc VAT
R331.89
R113.34  Inc VAT
R160.39
This nifty little USB pig-tail adds audio input and output through USB
R129.90  Inc VAT
Dynamic sound stereo headphone
R39.90  Inc VAT
R369.90  Inc VAT
R728.64  Inc VAT
R916.97
USB Sound Adapter for the Raspberry Pi white (2C2 usb audio white)
The Raspberry Pi has an on-board audio jack, which is super handy for all kinds of sound effects and speech, just plug and go! However, for when you want better audio for music playback, a USB audio card can greatly improve the sound quality and volume. That's because the on-board audio is generated by a PWM output and is minimally filtered. Don't get us wrong, it's a great thing to have audio on board but this USB audio card will make it even better!
 
We like this particular dongle for not being too bulky, you can plug it in without blocking the secondary USB port. It also works great, takes only a minute to configure and test it on your Pi. 
 
At this time we have a tutorial for setting it up for audio output, we don't recommend it if you need Mic input. 
 
This device also works great with Windows machines and should also function for Macs, but we are carrying it specifically for Pi usage.
 
Features:
  • Greatly improves sound quality and volume
  • Only takes a minute to configure
  • Wire Length: 139.7mm / 5.5"
  • Audio Card Dimensions: 43.76mm / 1.72" x 23.19mm / 0.91" x 11.97mm / 0.47"

Tutorials:

USB Audio Cards with a Raspberry Pi**
 

We like this particular dongle for not being too bulky, you can plug it in without blocking the secondary USB port.
R39.90  Inc VAT
IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ Full-HD Raspberry Pi Class D Amplifier (AW C3 IQaudio Pi Digi Amp +)

The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ is the First HAT compliant Full-HD (192/24) HiFi quality DAC & 2x20w Class D amplifier for the Raspberry Pi.

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a standalone Hi-Fi system, use as the basis of a retro radio restoration, build a boom box, an in-car audio player or use as the basis of a kiosk / display solution.

NO SOLDERING REQUIRED, simply “FIT AND ENJOY.”

The Pi-DigiAMP+ requires an external power supply / brick, and when powered the Pi-DigiAMP+ provides power to your Raspberry Pi in parallel.

Designed to deliver the best audio performance from the Raspberry Pi A+,B+,Pi2B and Pi3B, fit within the Pi’s form factor and provide additional access to several of the Pi’s 40way I/O signals allowing easy addition of IR sensors, Rotary Encoder or i2c devices (such as OLED screens) etc.

The Pi-DigiAMP+ takes everything we’ve learned from the previous Pi-AMP+ and Pi-DAC+ combination, shrinks it down and reduced the overall system cost by around £25!

We have used the latest Texas Instruments chipset (TAS5756m) to deliver awesome performance from a single HAT board. As with our other products you can be assured that the Linux driver support is already built-in to Raspbian Linux (using the same device drivers as the Pi-DAC+) and supported by the many software audio packages already on the market. RuneAudio / Volumio / Moode / PiCorePlayer / PiMusicBox / OpenELEC and others. The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ easily supports 24-bit / 192kHz file formats but is equally at home with lower quality MP3s bringing your music alive sonically.

Please note that The Pi-DigiAMP+ uses GPIO22 as amp-mute and when powered on is in mute state, examples are in the user docs and many software releases already support the Pi-AMP+ in the same way.

The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ connects easily to the Raspberry Pi and provides up to 2 x 20W stereo output to speakers.

The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ Features:

  • HAT compliant accessory; EEPROM, mounting holes
  • Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback
  • 2x20w of crystal clear amplification
  • No soldering required to your Raspberry Pi
  • Integrated hardware volume control (via ALSA)
  • Powers the Raspberry Pi from the Pi-DigiAMP+ power input
  • Linux driver support already delivered within Raspbian
  • AMP can be enabled / disabled via Raspberry Pi’s GPIO22
  • Advanced ESD protection
  • Uses the digital I2S audio signals to reduce CPU load over USB audio solutions
  • Fully built and tested Raspberry Pi accessory
  • Designed and manufactured in the UK

The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ is suitable for the latest Raspbery Pi A+, B+, Pi2B and Pi3B, it is not compatible with much older Raspberry Pi A and B Models.

R979.90  Inc VAT
HighPi Raspberry Pi B+, Pi 2 B and Pi 3 B Case (AW HighPi case black)

Tall enough to host a wide range of add-on board and slim enough to look cool, the HighPi case sets a new standard for ease of use and versatility. It's just a fraction of an inch taller than most of the “standard” cases, but designed to perfectly host many add-on boards like all 3 the HiFiBerry boards. The HighPi is designed and made in Canada from high quality ABS material. 

Installing or removing the Raspberry Pi board is astonishingly quick, simple, and secure; all without tools or assembly. One snap action locks the Pi board into the case; the second secures the lid, rattle free. Remove the Pi board and the lid with one-finger-releases for each. Genius!

Whether you’re running a plain Raspberry Pi board or modding it to the max, the HighPi case has your Pi covered. Generous internal room allows HATs, break-out boards, or heat sinks. Vents on three sides double as fly-through cable ports for the GPIO and whatever else you need to connect to. A two-section break-out allows you to choose how much of the A/V side of the case to open up for connectors on attached boards.

This case is one of the first to perfectly accommodate the full line of HiFiBerry audio boards. Use one break-out section for DAC+ and Digi+, and both for the Amp+. There is generous clearance around the RCA connectors for bulky, high-end cables. Achieve the sound you want in a clean case design that fits right, right away.

The HighPi case can be wall mounted horizontally with two screws for easy removal, or mounted in any orientation including upside-down with four screws from inside the case. When wall mounted horizontally, the A/V and audio cables hang downward from the Pi, improving visual tidiness and reducing the need for support of heavy cables.

HighPi Rasberry Pi Case Features:

  • Durable two part ABS plastic case
  • Industry-leading ease of use, easy and tool free
  • Large internal volume for HATs, break-out boards, or heat sinks
  • Vents on three sides double as fly-through cable ports
  • Two-section breakout on A/V side for break-out board I/O
  • Micro SD card access port
  • Mounting option 1: two M3.5/M3/#6 screws slide into wall mounts for easy removal, horizontal orientation with A/V side down, 40mm spacing
  • Mounting option 2: four M3.5/M3/#6 screws through feet from inside for secure mounting in any orientation, 68.3 x 38.8mm spacing
  • Self-adhesive feet included, quantity 4
  • Matte finish hides fingerprints
  • Available in black or red. Order two and mix lids!
  • External dimensions: 96 x 66 x 41mm
  • Internal volume for breakout boards:
    • Length – 90.0mm
    • Width – 60.0mm
    • Height – 28.8mm (from top of PI PCB to underside of lid)


Guides available on the official HifiBerry site
R165.35  Inc VAT
R199.90
Allo Cheapo (S/PDIF Out + Headphone Amplifier) (AW Allo Cheapo DAC)
Features

HAT Size Not HAT Compliant
  • CHEAPO is a Slave DAC (Slave DACs are compatible with Sparky or Kali)
  • 192 kHz high-quality DAC out from Sparky board for best sound quality
  • 138mW Direct Path™ Stereo Headphone Amplifier TPA6133A2
  • Available with different output connectors: RCA, 3.5mm phone jack, Optical TOSLINK transmitter (SPDIF)
  • Stereo DAC out SNR is >98dB and THD is <-80dB
  • Stereo Headphone Output Power is 138mW
  • Stereo Headphone Half Power THD + N @ 1 kHz (%) (KHz) is 0.008
  • Stereo Headphone SNR is 93dB
  • Stereo Headphone PSRR is 109dB
  • Sampling Frequency ranges from 8 kHz to 192 kHz
  • Small X2SON Package Ultra-low-noise voltage regulator for optimal audio performance
  • Integrated EEPROM for automatic configuration (with write-protection)

Support and Downloads

Add the Cheapo with S/PDIF Shield to your Sparky SBC for added functionality!
R245.39  Inc VAT
R331.89
Allo Acrylic Clear Case For RPi + Boss (AW C2 Allo Boss clear case)
* Please note that Allo acrylic cases we ship, have a protective film (which looks like brown paper). You will need to peel this film off, in order to reveal the case. This is to prevent scratching and fingerprints during shipping.

Features

R160.39  Inc VAT
Allo Acrylic Black Case For RPi + Boss (AW C2 Allo Boss black case)
* Please note that Allo acrylic cases we ship, have a protective film (which looks like brown paper). You will need to peel this film off, in order to reveal the case. This is to prevent scratching and fingerprints during shipping.

Features

R113.34  Inc VAT
R160.39
Allo Acrylic Clear Case For RPi + Kali + Piano 2.1 (AW Allo piano kali clear case)
* Please note that all Allo acrylic cases we ship, have a protective film (which looks like brown paper). You will need to peel this film off, in order to reveal the case. This is to prevent scratching and fingerprints during shipping.

Features

  • Allows you to house your Raspberry PiKali + Piano 2.1 Bundle
  • Available in clear and black.
  • Protects your components from dust and debris
R113.34  Inc VAT
R160.39
USB Audio Input/Output Dongle black (2C2 USB sound black IN/OUT)

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
R129.90  Inc VAT
Allo BNC to BNC Cable gold plated connector (AW BNC to BNC cable)
Features

  • Works with our DigiOne
  • Zinc alloy case, gold plated connector
  • 1m long cable
  • 75 Ohms impedance
R56.67  Inc VAT
R79.69
Mini 3.5mm Clip Microphone (2C2 Clip Microphone)
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

Package Includes:

1 x 3.5mm Clip Microphone
Dynamic sound stereo headphone
R39.90  Inc VAT
1M- Gold Plated Digital Toslink SPDIF Audio Optical Fiber Cable (3C1 1m fibre optic cable)
Features:

Type: Optical Fiber
Compatible with: ADAT, DAW, Dolby Digital, DTS devices with TosLink interface
Gold-Plated ferrule prevents corrosion and provides for maximum for protection of the fiber tip
Toslink Digital Audio Cable provides you the cleanest possible signal, even at extreme volume levels
Connect to your DVD, CD, Mini Disc, DAT other digital audio equipment for clear, full and richly detailed sound
Designed for CD, D/A Converters, Dolby Digital DTS Surround sound receivers, DVD, MiniDisk players and recorders, Pro Audio cards, etc
Digital Audio Cable for use Dolby Digital Receiver, Digital Signal Processor, DAT Machines, Divx Player, DVD player, CD player, DSS receiver, DAT player/recorder, MINI Disc player/recorder, for PS2, for PS3,for  XBox, ALESIS, or any components that use normal full-size TOSLink connectors
Cable Color: Black
Connector Color:Gold

Package Includes:

1 x Toslink SPDIF Audio Optical Cable
R49.90  Inc VAT
Pi-Top - Speaker MK2 (Pi-top speaker)

Please note: This MK2 speaker is the newest speaker which is compatible with the Pi-Top 2 (and all other pitops!)

Pi-topSpeaker is a speaker module which you can add onto the Modular Rail of your Pi-Top 2, Pi-Top or Pi-Top CEED. Now your pi-top can have sound!

The speaker can be set to mono or stereo (left and right) output using a switch on the bottom. As with all our add-ons, speakers can be daisy-chained together on the Modular Rail.

Pi-Top Speaker Features:

  • Modular design, attach up to 3 in a row
  • Left, Right and Mono mix selection
  • High-quality SPDIF digital audio from HDMI
  • 2 W per module
  • I2C controlled
R369.90  Inc VAT
PJ-392 3-Pin 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Audio Video Jack Socket Plug With Nut (headphone socket)
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

R11.90  Inc VAT
Jtron 3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker - Copper (1B2 3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker)
General

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

3W 4Ohm
R34.90  Inc VAT
IQaudIO Pi-DAC Pro Full-HD Audio board (C3 IQaudio Pi-dac pro)

The Pi-DAC PRO, a new breed of audiophile DAC for the Raspberry Pi! With Phono (RCA), Heaphone (3.5mm) and support for Balanced / Differential output (for XLR use in Studio, or home studio), it allows connection to studio equipment or powered speakers over long cable runs. Now you can run your disco, radio station or home studio from a Raspberry Pi!

The Pi-DAC PRO comes complete with PCB spacers, screws and two 3 Pin JST headers for balanced output support. The Pi-DAC PRO utilises the Texas Instruments PCM5242 DAC, the big brother of the PCM5122 featured on the Pi-DAC+, and boasts balanced output, better Signal to Noise Ratio and THD!

NO SOLDERING REQUIRED, simply "FIT AND ENJOY."

With the Linux drivers built in to Raspbian no kernel recompilation is needed and the Pi-DAC PRO is supported by all the regular audio software, just like the Pi-DAC+. It's also compatible with the Pi-AMP+.

The Pi-DAC PRO also includes the Pi-DAC headphone amplifier delivering an all in one Full HD audio experience for those who listen through headphones, volume is again hardware based under software control and shared with Line Out.

A fully HAT compliant Raspberry Pi expansion board with EEPROM support, the Pi-DAC PRO delivers Full HD audio from your Raspberry Pi. As the Pi-DAC PRO uses the same family of audio chipset as the Pi-DAC+ and full Linux device driver support is already built into the official Raspbian Linux distribution. 

IQaudIO Pi-DAC PRO Full-HD Audio Card Features:

  • Raspberry Pi HAT (A+/B+/2/3) compliant accessory
  • Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback
  • Integrated hardware volume control (via ALSA)
  • Built in High quality audio headphone amplifier (TI TPA6133A)
  • Class leading audio; 114db SNR, and -94db THD
  • Audiophile TI Burr Brown 32-bit/384kHz DAC (TI PCM5242)
  • Advanced ESD protection
  • Uses the digital I2S audio signals to reduce CPU load over USB audio solutions
  • Raspberry Pi powered, no external power requirements
  • Industry standard audio quality Phono/RCA connectors
  • Supplied (but not fitted) JST headers to deliver Balanced output to XLR or similar
  • Build in mini DSP
  • Fully built and tested Raspberry Pi accessory 
  • Designed and manufactured in the UK

Notes:

  • The Balanced output is exposed via two no fit headers. You will have to solder these yourself.
  • Although compatible with the Pi-AMP+, an additional 2x5 pin header must be soldered.
  • The standard IQaudIO cases will work with the Pi-DAC PRO but no cut outs are provided for balanced output.
R989.90  Inc VAT
Allo Piano 2.1 Hi-Fi DAC (Subwoofer Out) (AW Allo Piano 2.1)

Piano can work as a 2.0 (all frequencies are passed to LR) as a 2.2 (xover frequency is chosen in GUI) and subwoofer has 2 outputs or as a 2.1 (same as 2.2 but subwoofer is mono).

We are using 2 DAC Ic's PCM5142 with integrated DSP. The PurePath software from TI is available for download (registration required) and can be used to create specific filters and other audio functions.

The board will come pre-programed as a 2.1 output (but you can create your own custom design and load it the board and can access the xover frequency directly from linux (we made a small app).

Hardware wise, we have split the digital and analog side with LDOs and we feed the analog side using an extremely capable LDO LT3042 which is having ultra low noise and ultra high PSRR.. Basically each board has 4 LDO (2 for each DAC ic) (note that digital side uses cheaper LDOs).

Of course, on the analog side we used only thin film resistors and poly caps in audiopath.

Features

HAT Size Not HAT Compliant
  • Dedicated two No’s of 384 kHz/32bit high-quality DAC PCM5142 for best sound quality
  • Available with different output connectors: 4 x RCA
  • DAC SNR is 112dB
  • DAC THD+N @ - 1dBFS are –93dB
  • Full Scale Output of DAC is 2.1Vrms
  • Dynamic Range of DAC is 112dB
  • Sampling Frequency ranges from 8 kHz to 384 kHz
  • Ultra-low-noise voltage regulators for optimal audio performance
  • Integrated EEPROM for automatic configuration (with write-protection)

Support & Downloads



R609.04  Inc VAT
R806.01
IQaudIO Pi-AMP+ 35W Stereo Output Board for Pi-DAC+ (C3 IQaudio Pi-AMP+ 35W for DAC+)

Please Note: Raspberry Pi and Dac+ not included

Designed to deliver the best audio performance from the Raspberry Pi B+,Pi2B and Pi3B, and fit within the Pi’s overall form factor above the Pi-DAC+,
IQaudIO's Pi-AMP+ connects easily to the Pi-DAC+ and provides up to 2 x 35W stereo output to speakers from a 15-19v supply.

We have used the latest Texas Instruments ClassD amplifier chipset  to deliver awesome performance. As with our other products you can be assured that the Linux driver support is already built-in to Raspbian Linux and supported by the many software audio packages already on the market. RuneAudio / Volumio / Moode / PiCorePlayer / PiMusicBox / OpenELEC and others. The IQaudIO Pi-AMP+ fits on top of the Pi-DAC+ and supports 24-bit / 192kHz file formats but is equally at home with lower quality MP3s bringing your music alive sonically.

Please note that The Pi-AMP+ uses GPIO22 as amp-mute and when powered on is in mute state, examples are in the user docs and many software releases already support the Pi-AMP+.

THIS IS AN ADD-ON BOARD FOR THE PI-DAC+, IT CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT A PI-DAC+

NO SOLDERING REQUIRED, simply “FIT AND ENJOY.”

The IQaudIO Pi-AMP+ Features:

  • Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback
  • Up to 2x35w of crystal clear amplification
  • No soldering required
  • Powers the Raspberry Pi and Pi-DAC+ from the Pi-AMP+ power input
  • Linux driver support already delivered within Raspbian
  • AMP can be enabled / disabled via Raspberry Pi’s GPIO22
  • Advanced ESD protection
  • Fully built and tested Raspberry Pi accessory
  • Designed and manufactured in the UK

The IQaudIO Pi-AMP+ is suitable for the latest Raspberry Pi B+, Pi2B and Pi3B, it is not compatible with much older Raspberry Pi A and B Models.

The Pi-AMP+ is supplied with all mounting hardware and there is a specific Pi-CASE+ to be used with the Pi, Pi-DAC+ and Pi-AMP+ combination. If you intend to mount your Pi / Pi-DAC+ / Pi-AMP+ on the official 7" screen then you'll need to also buy the extra spacer pack.

Specification:

  • Full-HD 192kHz / 24bit: YES
  • Raspberry Pi2 compatible: YES
  • Raspberry A+/B+ compatible: YES
  • Pi-DAC+ compatible: YES
  • Pi-DigiAMP+ compatible: NO
NOTE: The Pi-AMP+ requires an external power supply / brick, and when powered the Pi-AMP+ provides power to your Raspberry Pi and Pi-DAC+ in parallel.


Precofigured images
Manual
R947.24  Inc VAT
Discontinued: Allo Kali (Reclocker) (AW Allo Kali)

Kali The Goddess of Time
Every SBC has a crystal that it used to send digital signals to your DACs.

The accuracy of this crystal is very important in how well the DAC will transform the digital signal into analog sounds. Simply put: a better crystal means a better sound! Most SBCs use a very cheap crystal with lots of jitter in order to save costs.

Furthermore, there are 2 kinds of frequencies for digital files: 44.1Khz (wave files) and 48khz (streamed music). Some SBCs (like RPIs) can output only 48Khz, so imagine the degradation of the sound that was recorded at a different frequency.

Kali will solve both of those problems
First, it has a very low jitter NDK crystal feed by LDOs in series for ultra quiet power supply. Second, the FPGA will read the incoming stream, will buffer the DATA 0.7s while discarding the incoming clocks. Using the NDKs it will reclock the buffered data OUTSIDE the fpga (since fpgas introduce about 200ps of jitter) and provide a MCLK/BCLK that is direct from crystal, providing a jitter-free (almost) to your DAC.

Meanwhile, it will clock the file using the correct crystal (there are 2), fixing the problems outlined in the beginning.

Works great with Piano
Kali will not work if your DAC is a master. Dac has to be slave. We highly recommend our Piano 2.1 - they were designed to work perfectly toghether!

The million dollar question (actually $75): how does it sound?
Well, the music will "open up". The stage will sound bigger, more tri-dimensional. You will hear sounds, words, instruments that were drowned before in a sea of digital mud.

Is it worth it?
Do you enjoy a better wine/microbrewery beer, or anything will do? Do you have some medium/good speakers or you are using the cheapest PC speakers? Do you love music or just want to hear some beats? We can’t answer the question for you. It’s your choice.

Kali needs to be powered from 5V (cannot be powered from SBC) and also note that Kali will power the SBC + DAC.

Features

HAT Size Not HAT Compliant
  • Reduces jitter to less than 4 pico seconds
  • The basic design includes FPGA based FIFO board
  • With 44/48Mhz Oscillators
  • I2S input: 44.1 KHz, 48 KHz, 88.2 KHz, 96 KHz, 176.4 KHz, 192 KHz - 16bit, 24bit or 32bit
  • I2S output: 44.1 KHz, 48 KHz, 88.2 KHz, 96 KHz, 176.4 KHz, 192 KHz - 16bit, 24bit or 32bit
  • FIFO Memory: 4MB SRAM
  • Can be use with external Crystal Oscillators for MCLK or upgraded to a higher quality, multi-frequency clock that comes with automatic Fs switching and better performance
  • LED indicators (Power, Full, Lock, Empty, Sample Rate, Mclk)
  • DC power supply: (5V/3A) with Filter circuits
  • Multi-frequency output capability to support the full I2S working range from 44.1 KHz to 196 K
  • Automatically switching frequencies according to the input I2S signals
  • Extremely fast and very low propagation delay Flip-Flops are added on I2s signals output from FPGA, for synchronization with MCLK before sending to DAC
  • Ultra-low-noise voltage regulators for optimal audio performance
  • Integrated EEPROM for automatic configuration (with write-protection)

Bottom View

Technical Specifications
LED indicatorsPower, Full, Lock, Empty, Sample Rate, Mclk
DC Power Supply(5V/3A) with Filter circuits
Operating Temperature-25C to 85C
Board SizeLWH = 58mm * 77.54mm * 23.8mm
Board Weight120g



R728.64  Inc VAT
R916.97
Discontinued: Allo Volt AMP (Audio Amplifier) (AW Allo Volt Amp board)

The TPA3118 class D amplifier IC is a leap in terms of audio quality.

Our board is a high quality implementation of the stock design.

- Using TPA3118 (better grounding of main IC)
- Anti-Pop circuit
- Bootstrap snubber mod
- Brand name components as per picture
- Radio avoidance switch (to reduce interference)
- PCB with extra copper (since on transient’s current can spike to 5A)

Volt is a shield and beneath it has connector that will plug into our DACs (Piano and Piano 2.1). It has no RCA inputs.


Features

HAT Size Not HAT Compliant
  • This class D amplifier goes up to 2 x 50W Max
  • The components used are specifically designed for high end audio devices (Würth Inductor, TI chipset, film capacitors and ± 1% thin film resistors)
  • VOLT AMP boasts 4 output filters, 4 EMI Snubbers, 4 bootstrap capacitors and gain setting components
  • And Additional Provision for stepped attenuator volume control
  • Comes in two flavors (Volt and Vol+)
  • Power Connector Jack Barrel size: 3.00mm ID (0.118"), 6.50mm OD (0.256")

Components

Technical Specifications
ChipsetTPA3118D2
Output2 x 50W (Max) into a 4 to 8-Ω BTL Load
Class D Operation90% POWER EFFICIENCY
SNR102dB
Supply VoltageUP TO 24V DC
Operating Temperature-40°C to 85°C Ambient
Board SizeLWH = 58mm * 86.75mm * 32.06mm
Board Weight120g


Support & Downloads

R437.18  Inc VAT
R595.07
Discontinued: IQAudio Pi-DAC+ Case for Pi 2 B and Pi 3 B (Clear) (AW C3 Pi-DAC+ clear case)

Raspberry Pi and Pi-DAC+ boards not included

We're pleased to annouce the release of ModMyPi's Pi-DAC+ Case. Specially manufacturer in the UK, this case brings together the Raspberry Pi, and Pi-DAC+ Audio Board into one simple, neat package. Designed to be stylish and functional, the Pi-DAC+ Case enables access for all Pi-DAC+ and Raspberry Pi Ports whilst keeping both boards safe and sound!

The Pi-DAC+ Case Features:

  • Laser Cut Acrylic
  • Easy Assemble Case
  • Manufactured in the UK
  • GPIO Slot
  • Enables Access to all Raspberry Pi & Pi-DAC+ Ports
  • Available in Matt Black or Clear
  • Compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, Pi 2 Model B, Raspberry Pi B+ & A+

Pi-DAC+ Case Assembly Guide

R140.22  Inc VAT
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