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This nifty little USB pig-tail adds audio input and output through USB
R139.90  Inc VAT
Dynamic sound stereo headphone
R54.90  Inc VAT
R74.90  Inc VAT
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
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3-24V Piezo Electronic Tone Buzzer Alarm 95DB Continuous Sound (buzzer 3-24VDC)

Description:

 Piezo Electronic Tone Buzzer Alarm 95DB for Continuous Sound

Specifications:

  • Color: Black
  • Buzzer Type: Piezoelectric
  • Sound Pressure Level 85 dB
  • Rate Voltage: 12V DC
  • Operating Voltage: 3 - 24V
  • Max Current Rating 11mA
  • Frequency 3900±500Hz
  • Drive Method: Drive Circuit Built in
  • Mounting Holes

Contents:

  • 1 x 85DB Piezoelectric Buzzer Alarm

Resources:

R19.90  Inc VAT
IQaudIO DigiAMP+ (IQaudio Digi Amp +)

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 s tereo 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
Sound Detection Sensor LM393 Chip (sensor sound detection)

Can be used for Acoustic control light; give sound and light alarm working with Photosensitive sensor
Note:The Maximum induction distance is 0.5M

Features
 
  • Main Chip: LM393, Electret condenser microphone
  • Working Voltage: DC 4-6V
  • Signal output indication
  • Single channel signal output
  • The output effective signal is low level
  • When there is sound,output low level and the signal lights
Find help with this sensor at https://www.instructables.com/id/Sound-Sensor-Raspberry-Pi/
R12.90  Inc VAT
IQaudio DAC+ (IQaudio Pi-Dac+ board)

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 analog ue 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 ( LEFT, 2:GROUND, 3: RIGHT, 4:GROUND, 5:DETECT)
R399.90  Inc VAT
USB Audio Input/Output Dongle black (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
R139.90  Inc VAT
Mini 3.5mm Clip Microphone (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
R54.90  Inc VAT
1M- Gold Plated Digital Toslink SPDIF Audio Optical Fiber Cable (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
Jtron 3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker - Copper (3W 40mm 4Ohm Speaker)
General

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

3W 4Ohm
R59.90  Inc VAT
Pirate Audio: Line-out for Raspberry Pi (Pirate Audio: Line-out)

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)

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)

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)

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
8Ohm 5W Speaker (8Ohm 5W Speaker)

Specifications

  • Impedance: 8Ω
  • Power: 5W
  • Dimensions: 100mm x 45mm x 21 mm
R74.90  Inc VAT
USB Sound Adapter for the Raspberry Pi white (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 DAC Pro (IQaudio DAC pro)
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
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R499.90  Inc VAT
IQaudio Codec Zero (IQaudio Codec Zero)
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.



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

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R599.90  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



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