Question Help wiring switching audio

Discussion in 'Console Modding 101' started by FreedomCookie, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. FreedomCookie .

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    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 1 to ground (pin PP6 will be taken by the monitor's ground, should I just connect this to a ground in GPIO?)
    • Terminal 2 to left audio souce (pin PP25 on RPi)
    • Terminal 3 to right audio source (pin PP26 on RPi)
    • Terminal 4 to left amplifier
    • Terminal 5 to right amplifier
    Please confirm or correct me on anything. Last couple of questions:
    • Is there a small board that comes already wired with amps and jack so I can do less work?
    • Does anyone know where I can get some cheap but half-decent amps? Otherwise I may just tear into some old electronics.
    • How do I add volume control? Do I have to go through GPIO?
     

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