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Audio Injector Sound Card for the Raspberry Pi

A project in Sydney, AU by Flatmax Studios

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Raspberry Pi sound card with volume knobs. High quality crystal locked audio (stereo ADC & DAC). Stack more hats on top. Small profile.
Backers: 73
Average Pledge Per Backer: $62 AUD

Funded: $4,547 AUD of $3,750 AUD
Dates: May 25th -> Jun 19th (25 days)
Project By: Flatmax Studios
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Latest News

Technical : a very flat frequency response

June 18th - via:
This Raspberry Pi sound card has a very flat frequency response. Again, this is a technical post, however it is good to spread the word. The following image shows just how flat the frequency response of the Audio Injector sound card is. Over the most... (Read More)

Technical : latency test

June 17th - via:
The latency of the Audio Injector has been tested, and its results are good. I realise that this update may go over the head of some users, however some will be interested. The ALSA latency test executable reports that the audio injector can achieve... (Read More)

We are funded - let the wheels of industry roll !

June 16th - via:
Thanks everyone for your support, hard work spreading the word and making pledges.We are officially over our goal ! Today i put together the latest prototype and it is sounding great. In an effort to meet our delivery deadline, I have started the... (Read More)

Hardware phase is warpping up

June 8th - via:
Hi all, We only have about 10 days left in the campaign, and that means it is now time to produce the final prototype of the hardware. For that reason, all hardware functionality will be frozen, however I think we have done well. We have managed to... (Read More)

Audio injector now comes with an inbuilt microphone

June 8th - via:
Exciting news ... the Audio Injector now comes with an inbuilt microphone on some pledges. I have recorded the voice for the video below with the inbuilt microphone. I will make a few more prototypes to refine it futher, but already it is sounding... (Read More)

Considering the addition of an electret microphone

June 7th - via:
Hi there, We are considering the addition of an electret microphone directly onto the Audio Injector sound card. We think it may be useful to people who are using the Raspberry Pi as a display because they would be able to talk commands to it ! Other... (Read More)

Audio Injector now supports headphones

June 6th - via:
The audio injector Raspberry Pi sound card now has a headphone connector and it sounds great ! Audio Injector now has headphone capability ¬† In other news, we have hit 60% of our goal !¬†Please help getting the word out there, tweet, facebook and... (Read More)

Headphone amplifier addition

June 2nd - via:
In anticipation of a great campaign, work is ongoing targeting the headphone amplifier jack. This jack is expected to deliver 18 mW max power into 16 ohm headphones or 9 mW max power into 32 ohm headphones. Let the good times roll...  (Read More)

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