Review: Giving the Pi a new HAT to wear for audio quality bump

New Atlas was recently contacted the UK's JustBoom about "how the Raspberry Pi could potentially disrupt the high-quality audio industry." The company said that though some audio companies will demand many thousands of dollars for high-quality audio components like power amplifiers, digital media streamers and digital-to-analog converters, a "Raspberry Pi 3 in a case with a HAT on top can essentially do the same job for a substantially lower price point." Intrigued, we agreed to take a power amp and a DAC board for a test drive... Continue Reading Review: Giving the Pi a new HAT to wear for audio quality bump Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Audio Digital music Music Player Audiophile Raspberry Pi Related Articles: Add-on board puts a Pi-powered audio workstation in your pocket Slice of Pi gets even cheaper Raspberry Pi Model A+

Review: Giving the Pi a new HAT to wear for audio quality bump

New Atlas was recently contacted the UK's JustBoom about "how the Raspberry Pi could potentially disrupt the high-quality audio industry." The company said that though some audio companies ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from Gizmag

Add-on board puts Pi-powered audio workstation in your pocket

Lithuania's Blokas Labs has launched a project that's described as an ultra-low latency soundcard and MIDI interface for the Raspberry Pi, and is designed as a one stop shop for audio ...

Thu 16 Mar 17 from Gizmag

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