So I finally finished my Raspberry pi + Wolfson Audio Card project. Yea, I was lazy….anyway I now can play 24-bit, 192KHz lossless audio on my rig and there’s no need for a power hungry computer. The Pi box is behind the TFT, its a simple black box similar with the one with a … Continue reading Raspberry pi + Wolfson Audio Card project.
I will put a power switch on the thing for safety reasons, half ass shielding for the wolfson card, 3 RCA output, one for TV and two for audio. The connections I wont use will not be on the back panel, this way I’ll minimize stray interference aka the cable antenna effect. If by any … Continue reading Audio server.
So the other day I gave the raspberry a little spin…still need to test the DAC. The mark on the TFT is just a sticker btw. Stuff I learned from the 1st hands on…Cold power off will corrupt the system so any power switch should be on the back panel. One shouldn’t mess around too … Continue reading Raspberry Pi my future audio server.
So I was reading some forum posts about the Raspberry/Wolfson combo when I found a jewel of a post, The people who write there show a lot of knowledge about tech and computers, so I’m sure they aren’t the typical “plug and play” kind of persons, but still these informed audiophile talk about “burning in” DACs for hours and … Continue reading DACs and “burning in” gear.