DAC2 ADC Pro

$74.90

Our best selling DAC with powerful Analog-to-Digital conversion and 2nd header for signal processing!

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Description

The DAC2 ADC Pro model iterates on our popular ADC board by incorporating an additional GPIO header to support add-on boards like our DSP module while supporting all our other core features:

  • Dual-domain clock design that provides a master clock independent from the Raspberry Pi
  • Fully configurable analogue front-end that allow a wide variety of input levels (from mic level to full 2Vrms) – no more jumpers, you can do the configuration in software using alsamixer
  • Microphone bias voltage allows to use electret microphones (needs to be enabled with jumpers)
  • Higher input bandwidth as we removed the anti-aliasing filter in the input path
  • The board now comes with a 5V connector on top of the board. This can be used to supply additional hardware with 5V – e.g. the official Raspberry Pi 7″ touchscreen

This new board is designed to support additional use cases such as Karaoke machines, or as a target for input from other sources such as a dynamic microphone, Alexa, MP3 players, smartphones, synthesizers, or any other analog source that can be connected via the 1/8” stereo micro jack. In addition, it enables the use of more affordable electret microphones and supports higher bitrate input.

Features:

  • Stereo analog input
  • Stereo digital input and output (input up to 96kHz, output up to 192kHz)
    300 MHz Digital Signal Process (can run up to 6144 instructions per sample)

For more information about how to develop projects around this board, have a look here:

 

 

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