Tested on:RPi3; Raspbian Stretch
Prerequisites:Raspberry Pi mit Raspbian Jessie und Internetverbindung (siehe Schritte 1-7 in der Einfuehrung)
Hardware:pHAT DAC

Great audio for the Raspberry Pi with the pHAT DAC

The pHAT DAC by Pimoroni is a digital-analog-converter (DAC) which converts the digital audio signal from the Raspberry Pi into a high quality analog signal. That’s nice, since the onboard PWM audio out is sufficient for testing only.


Pimoroni pHAT DAC

The instrument shown in the video is explained in the tutorial RPi-Band. However, a pHAT Stack was used to give room for the pHAT DAC.

Here are the manual installation instructions from Pimoroni, which also supplies a comfy installer script on their website.
Enter in the terminal

and fill the file with

The boot configuration needs to be adjusted. Open config.txt with

and add at the end of the file

Then, replace


Pimoroni pHAT Installation: https://learn.pimoroni.com/tutorial/phat/raspberry-pi-phat-dac-install
Tutorial pHAT Stack: http://www.knight-of-pi.org/combining-hats-with-the-phat-stack/
Tutorial RPi-Band: http://www.knight-of-pi.org/rpi-band-drumhat-and-pianohat-simultaneously-on-a-single-raspberry-pi/

Knight of Pi

Johannes Bergs aka Knight of Pi. Diploma in Bioinformatics, some Webdesign and Python coding then. Living in the beautiful city of Vienna.


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