More music with this Raspberry PI Soundcard

More music with this Raspberry PI Soundcard

By eeNews Europe

Now kickstarting is the upgraded DACBerry ONE, the ONE+. This High End audio card is aiming at the Raspberry Pi platform, but can be used in combination with other audio processing equipment. If the kickstart goes well you can expect a audio card with the following promising specifications:

  • Analog / Digital soundcard
  • PCM5142 (Master Mode) + WM8804 (Slave Mode)
  • Configurable onboard modes for WM8804
  • Up to 384kHz / 32bit resolution
  • Up to 0.2W on 32 Ohm Headphones
  • Dual ultra low-jitter and low-phase noise oscillators 
  • Dual ultra low-noise LDO’s for analog an digital power rails
  • Directly powered from the Raspberry Pi / Tinder Board
  • IR Sensor capable for remote control
  • Gold-plated RCA and 3.5mm phone jack
  • Optical (TOSLINK) and Coaxial (RCA) connectors
  • Optical and Coaxial Input/Output 
  • SDB™1 1. Connector
  • Onboard I2C connector (Qwiic compatible) for peripherals 
  • Low-Noise design with isolated Digital and Analog parts 
  • Compatible with all Raspberry Pi’s with the 40-pin connector
  • Compatible with Asus Tinker Board and other boards (Odroid, Banana Pi, XMOS  interfaces..) using I2S protocol via SDB™ port 
  • Compatible with OSMC / RuneAudio / Volumio / Moode / PiCorePlayer / PiMusicBox / OpenELEC and others

The board is developed an produced by the Osaelectronics team from Barcelona. 

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