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Acrylic case for our 502DAC is now available in our store. Only $10!
502DAC - Audio Shield
The 502DAC, designed and manufactured by Pi2Media (a division of PI 2 Design), is a professional I/O Shield designed to bring audiophile quality to the Raspberry PI ® family of Single Board Computers. The 502DAC converts the Raspberry Pi ® I2S Port to High Resolution Pro-Audio, Analog and Digital simultaneously.
503HTA - Hybrid Tube Amp
The 503HTA has been replaced and improved with theOur Hybrid Tube Amp is in-stock NOW!
502HTA - Hybrid Tube Amp (Featuring New Standalone Version)
These units will come standard with the 6DJ8 tube, please visit our tube partner TUBEDEPOT for more tube options.
This product requires an external 48W+ Power Supply to power the 503HTA Hat and the Pi. We recommend our 48W Universal Input 24V @ 2A supply. Click here to purchase.
Important Note - International customers are responsible for any VAT and/or customs fees. These are beyond our control and will be based on declared value which is the board cost plus any options.
When used with the Pi 3 it may be required to isolate the Pi 3 power as described here:
In addition, we recommend using a USB extension cable to locate the WiFi dongle (Pi 2 or Pi 3) away from the tube. The on-board WiFi from the Pi 3 has been shown to cause noise that some customers have found objectionable.
502DAC Acrylic case
Acrylic case designed specifically for our 502DAC.. Includes all necessary hardware for assembly.
60W Power Supply, 12V @ 5A
This desktop style power suplpy provides 12V @ 5A to power any Shield or Hat that requires external 12V power. This supply requires a standard IEC input power cord. No cord is shipped with the supply.
48W Power Supply, 24V @ 2A
This desktop style power supply provides 24V @ 2A to power any Shield or Hat that requires external 24V power. This supply requires a standard IEC input power cord. No cord is shipped with the supply.
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