audio

  1. Omar Elsayed

    Question Can you guys check my materials for making a wii portable?

    GC+ and dual tact mod - bitbuilt store Mini PAM8803 audio amp board - here I want to be able to somehow use a poteniometer on the amp board (Any guides on this?), this is what I want to use - GBA 5-pin potentiometer WiiU gamepad speakers - here 4-pin headphone jacks - here. Should I use 3-pin...
  2. Omar Elsayed

    Question What speakers should I use for my wii portable.

    Can i use wii U or 3ds speakers? Will any speaker work? will any audio amp board work?
  3. Aaron Miller

    Question U-AMP and Headphone Jacks

    I saw that the U-AMP has different jumper configurations depending on if you are using I2S or Analog Audio. What is I2S, and how does it differ from Analog Audio? Also, I would like to connect a 3.5mm headphone jack to my U-AMP, but I’ve found multiple jacks, some with 3 pins and some with 5...
  4. MomSpaghetti

    Solved PAM8803

    Hello everyone, I've been making a n64 portable lately and im in the stage of pre-trim, I have a problem of no audio. i made a picture using paint below, I'm using the PAM8803 mini Class D amp. with 2x 8Ohm speakers. Are my connections right? Or is it the fact that the 8Ohm speakers are...
  5. medic3k

    Solved Audio switching from speaker to headphone jack

    not sure how to go about this, I've got a few of the below amps sitting around at home, but I'd like to have a 'smart adapt' feature, where if I plug in headphones it auto-mutes the speaker output and redirects to the headphones. Unplugging the headphones would do opposite. current amps I have...
  6. Question How are you handling audio?

    I've been searching for a new, off-the-shelf solution to my N64 portable audio needs and have come up short. Ideally I would think we'd want an amplifier board that can do all the following: Drive external speakers (4-8 Ohm, 1-1.5W perhaps). Has built-in headphone jack. Headphone jack drops...
  7. Question Audio Amplifier for speakers and headphones?

    I'm working on the audio amplifier for my portable N64. Currently, I'm experimenting with this PAM8403, and have made it drive some 8 Ohm speakers I had laying around. I would like to integrate a headphone jack that disconnects the speakers when plugged in. I am experimenting with this headphone...
  8. FreedomCookie

    Question Help wiring switching audio

    I think I know how to do this, but I just wanna make sure before I go ahead and start. I'm planning on wiring in a headphone/amp switching circuit to my handheld (a unit running RetroPie), which is on a Raspberry Pi B+. Using this TRS jack as an example, I'm pretty sure I need to wire Terminal...
  9. Audio amps

    I just received a couple prototype audio amplifier boards from JLCPCB. It's a legit miracle, I've soldered and tested them and both of them worked! So I thought I'd share them with you guys. First, I made them both to fulfill these req's: Analog audio input Analog (potentiometer/volume wheel)...
  10. Question Swiss, Audio, and Bootup issues

    So I am beginning to come close to finishing my gamecube portable, but it seems that Murphy's law is in full effect- as my gamecube has developed three issues that I don't know how to fix. If anyone has any idea what is going on with any of these issues, your input would be greatly appreciated...
  11. Fiskers1208

    Question what audio amp should I use in my portable, and how do you wire up the headphone jack?

    I haven't built a portable yet. I am going to build one this summer, so I have all of the info I need but for the audio. What Audio Amp should I use? I am planning to have stereo audio. How do you wire up The Headphone jack. mmm, mmm, Apple.
  12. Question Audio Jacks and Cooling

    So I have two unrelated questions. 1. I'd like to add 4 3.5mm jacks to a cube. I have 5v amp. Wiring I assume is easy enough, just 4 pots and jacks in parallel but I'm a bit hung up on what jacks and pots to use. I'm pretty confident I can just use standard 3 pin headphone jacks just fine, but...
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