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On the AroioDAC, two independent clock chips are used as master clocks, one for the 44.1kHz multiples (e.g., standard CD quality) and one for the 48kHz (e.g., 96kHz or 192kHz Hi-Res files). Due to the exact frequency accuracy and high frequency stability jitter and unwanted modulations are reduced to a minimum. During operation, a small blue LED indicates which master clock is currently active.
To avoid power-related disturbances, the three important areas of the board are fed completely independently of each other with high-precision voltage regulators from Analog Devices.
In order to guarantee the necessary current flow at any time, the circuit board is constructed as a 4-way multilayer (each with its own copper layer for ground potential and the supply lines). In addition, all areas are buffered with generous capacitors.
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi (A+/B+/2/3/3B+/4B)
- Two separate, high-precision master clocks for 44.1 and 48kHz multiples
- Three separate voltage regulators for analog part, digital part and clocks
- 4-way multilayer PCB for optimal power supply
- L/R RCA sockets, IR receiver
- Separable power supply for AVDD and clocks as well as DVDD
- Separate 8-pin GPIO header for audio connections
- ID EEPROM for HAT ID
- Fully supported by Max2Play
- SMD and conventional assembly in Germany
- Abacus AroioDAC Sound Card
By purchasing this product, you receive an additional copy of the Max2Play Premium Testlicense (3-month period). You can find more information about the features of the premium license here.
Plug & Play with Max2Play
Max2Play offers a browser-based administration interface for Raspberry Pi on a Linux basis. With Max2Play, applications (Max2Play extensions) can be installed and administrated on a minicomputer without any Linux knowledge. The controls can be accessed via smartphone, tablet or computer, without connecting a mouse or keyboard to the minicomputer.
|Chipset||TI PCM5122 with 32-bit/384kHz|
|Output||RCA Stereo (2.0)|
|Output power (RMS)||-|
|Clock generator||two independent chips|
|Additional connections||GPIO Pins, see PDF|
|dedicated Connection for infrared receiver||IR receiver already soldered|
|dedicated connection for rotary encoder||Yes|
|Hardware features||additional GPIO, high-precision voltage regulators from Analog Devices, 4-way multi-layer design, 2x CFPS-73 master clocks, EEPROM|
|ALSA controls for soundcard (driver)||-|
|Max2Play software features||uses HiFiBerry driver|
|Power supply||micro-USB of Raspberry Pi or via pins on the bottom of the board|
|PDF Data Manufacturer||PDF Data Sheet (DE)|