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 got the the B version of the Pi and the compatible Wolfson Dac board. I also have a 12V 7" TFT that I’ll plug to the analogue video out because I didn’t find any hdmi TFT around my area. Besides that I have a shitty keyboard and a mouse for my laptop that I might … Continue reading Raspberry Pi and some thoughts.
Did you ever noticed people looking at you in a strange way after you talk about your audio hobby to them? That “you are a crazy bat” look after we talk about audio gear or something related? I find it funny people don’t look that way when someone says they spend all their savings on a collectors car … Continue reading The crazy bat audiophile syndrome and the Raspberry pi.