Wolfson Audio Card for Use with Raspberry Pi

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imageThe Wolfson Audio Card, produced in collaboration with Wolfson, the premier mixed-signal semiconductor and audio solutions company, offers Raspberry Pi® users similar flexibility to a PC soundcard to capture audio alongside their camera, and experiment with stereo digital capture and playback.
  • 3.5 mm jack (4-pole) for a headset/boom mic combination for gaming or VoIP applications
  • Capable of rendering HD Audio, at 24-bit, 192kHz
  • On-board MEMS microphone
  • 3.5 mm jack stereo line output for connection to devices such as external stereo amplifiers or powered speakers
  • S/PDIF input and output
  • On-board class D power amplifier for external speakers, with connection to external power source if needed.
  • Small pin header for extra functions if they are low cost, already on-chip, and don't require any further components
  • Raspberry Pi form factor
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  • HI Guys, due to some unavoidable circumstances My review will be delayed.

    Further, I had a question ?

    I have preloaded Wolfson's pre-compiled image from Element14 community page, and it works fine. But, when i try configuring jasper it bricks the image and i can use any audio device on my pi anymore, any help !! as i cant compete my project without this.

  • Speaking from experience, installing Jasper on a RPi can be fiddly and take some time to get going. The Jasper website does offer a pre-built disk image. Perhaps you could start from that and then install the Wolfson drivers?

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