X920 Raspberry Pi HIFI DAC+ Audio PCM5122 24-bit Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B / 2B /B+/A+/ Raspberry Pi zero W
30 in stock
30 in stock
- 1 x X920 Expansion board
- 1 x Pack of screws
(The raspberry pi 3 board is not included)
X920 Board can be used with our case, please refer to:
- With DAC All-function PCM5122 chip and I2S Input, X920 DAC+ board is a perfect PiFi / DAC+ / HIFI / Full-HD audio expansion board for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B/ 2B / B+;
- After using X920 board, User can coordinate with the broadcast system (such as Volumio, RuneAudio, OSMC, XMBC(Kodi), MOODE etc.) to set up your own HIFI player network. Furthermore, X920 is available with RCA, 3.5mm phone jack output connectors and built in IR receiver (Vishay TSOP34838);
- Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback and Class leading audio (112db SNR, and -93db THD) function, Integrated hardware volume control with TI’s LP5907 Ultralow-Noise voltage regulator for optimal audio performance.
- Powered by Raspberry Pi, no external power requirements, Conforms to the Raspberry Pi hardware-attached-on-top (HAT) specification.
– Moode Audio Player
– Raspbian Jessie
– Pi Core Player
Volumio, RuneAudio, OSMC, XMBC(Kodi), MOODE etc.
– Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback
– Built in audiophile TI Burr Brown DAC (TI PCM5122)
– Class leading audio; 112db SNR, and -93db THD
– Integrated hardware volume control
– TI’s LP5907 Ultralow-Noise voltage regulator for optimal audio performance
– Built in IR receiver (Vishay TSOP34838)
– Available with RCA and 3.5mm phone jack output connectors
– Powered by Raspberry Pi, no external power requirements
– Conforms to the Raspberry Pi hardware-attached-on-top (HAT) specification
– Access to GPIO pins on HAT
– Raspberry Pi I2S Input (LRCK – GPIO19, BCK – GPIO18, DATA – GPIO21, GND)
– Output Ports: 1 x 3.5mm phone jack , 2 x RCA connectors
– Analog audio output level: 2.0VRMS
– Resolution/Sampling Rate: upto 24bit / 192KHz (Raspberry Pi I2S)
– IR receiver: GPIO17, 38KHz
– Size 65mm x 56mm
[How To Use]
1. Does the expansion board need a separate power source?
This X900 board do not need a separate power supply, it was powered through the pi.