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The JustBoom DAC HAT is a plug and play, high resolution, digital-to-analog converter for the Raspberry Pi. Simply stack the plug-and-play add on board (HAT) onto your Raspberry Pi A+, B+, 2B or the new 3B and it will be ready to use immediately.
The JustBoom DAC HAT is a plug and play, high resolution, digital-to-analog converter for the Raspberry Pi. Simply stack the plug-and-play add on board (HAT) onto your Raspberry Pi and it will be ready to use immediately.
We've designed the JustBoom DAC HAT to be simple to install and use. With no soldering required and all the mounting hardware already provided this product is suitable for absolute beginners and seasoned professionals alike. Just connect your DAC HAT to a set of powered speakers or an audio amplifier and you can be up and running quickly, enjoying flawless high-quality audio playback within minutes of unboxing this Raspberry Pi HAT.
We also include an optional IR receiver to allow remote control operation of your Raspberry Pi. Includes a 384kHz/32 bit DAC chip with hardware volume mixing as well as a 138mW headphone amplifier. Outputs are line level over RCA and headphone amplified over 3.5mm jack cable. The HAT uses the I2S interface for its audio input which reduces CPU load on the Raspberry Pi compared to USB solutions.
It is also powered directly from the GPIO header so no extra cables or power supplies are required to connect to the Raspberry Pi. All of the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins are still accessible on the DAC HAT for easy customisation of your project - add additional sensors, buttons, LEDs, rotary encoders or anything your heart desires. Need help understanding how this Raspberry Pi DAC HAT works. Follow our product guide.
Pairing the Raspberry Pi with a high quality audio card provides the perfect solution for a number of exciting projects and applications where the standard on-board audio on the Raspberry Pi simply won't cut it. Here are some possible use cases for the JustBoom DAC HAT and your Raspberry Pi computer:
Streaming (either from cloud or network storage) high-definition audio player
Multi-room audio player
Media centre / set-top box living room entertainment system
Shop floor / elevator / background music audio player
High quality audio player with local storage
Desktop high definition audio player with amplified headphone output
And many many more.
Full high quality audio 384kHz / 32bit
Includes both a DAC (digital to analog converter) and headphone amplifier
Line-level RCA and headphone amplified 3.5mm jack outputs
Plug and play compatibility for ease of use
Hardware and software volume control from your Raspberry Pi
JustBoom Player pre-configured software available on SD cards from various vendors
Burr-Brown / Texas Instruments PCM5122 DAC chip - 384kHz / 32 bit. Please note that due to Linux driver restrictions, max frequency is currently limited to 192kHz by standard on the Raspberry Pi, however, this can be increased with some manual driver updates
Wow this is just awesome. The DAC changes what you hear dramatically. It opens up the sound makes it seem wider, fuller. Pianos sound great. If you are tired of listening to muddy, over compressed music, GET THIS. It even helps with the non flac music I have. Not as much but the mids and highs seem to clean up. Do not expect much if your sample rate is poor. But 256/320 Bit rate I did hear a difference. My test systems are HK onyx2, and Yamaha 5.1 system with Klipsh speakers. Both saw improvement.
An audiophiles dream at a reasonable price. JustBoom is the single solution for all high-end audio on your Raspberry Pi.
I run mine with 192khz/32bit output and high quality SOXR up-sampling in MPD (Music Player Daemon). Excellent clarity and depth. My music collection has never sounded so good!
If you love music, give your ears some loving!