***LATEST VERSION ***
The de-facto audiophile DAC/AMP for the Raspberry Pi. This latest revision of our Pi-DigiAMP+ has pre-programmed EEPROM and exposes the full Raspberry Pi GPIO header. It also supports voltage input up to 24v and delivers the full 2.5amp to the Pi.
Complete with PCB spacers (9mm) & screws.
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|Raspberry Pi4 compatible||YES|
|Raspberry Pi3+ compatible||YES|
|Raspberry Pi-Zero compatible||Electrical: YES / Physical: NO|
NO SOLDERING REQUIRED, simply “FIT AND ENJOY.”
Designed to deliver the best audio performance from the Raspberry Pi A+/B+/RPi2/3/3B+, fit within the Pi’s form factor and provide additional full access to the Pi’s 40way I/O signals allowing easy addition of IR sensors, Rotary Encoder or i2c devices (such as OLED screens) etc.
The latest Pi-DigiAMP+ takes everything we’ve learned from our previous AMP products delivering a real punch for the money.
We retained the Texas Instruments chipset (TAS5756m), maintaining full software compatibility. Added to that this version comes with a pre-programmed EEPROM allowing Raspbian to auto configure itself including unmoving the audio signals at startup.
Supported by the many software audio packages already on the market. Roon Labs / Volumio / MoodeAudio / PiCorePlayer / PiMusicBox / OpenELEC and others. The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ supports up to 24-bit / 192kHz file formats but is equally at home with lower quality MP3s bringing your music alive sonically.
The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ connects easily to the Raspberry Pi and provides up to 2 x 40W stereo output to 6ohm speakers.
The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ Features:
The IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ is suitable for the latest Raspbery Pi A+/B+, RPi2, RPi3+ AND RPi4. It is not compatible with much older Raspberry Pi A and B Models.
The Pi-DigiAMP+ is supplied with all mounting hardware.
NOTE: The Pi-DigiAMP+ requires an external power supply / brick, and when powered the Pi-DigiAMP+ provides power to your Raspberry Pi in parallel. We recommend and sell the 19v and 24v XP Power supplies. 19v should be used in combination with the Pi-CASE.