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Hi,Don't remember exactly what I did to solve it but try to use thicker cables for the audio card, especially the one which deliver the volt ( + and - connected to the RPie)If it doesn't work, try to invert cables from the potentiometer until you find the right setting. I'm talking about the Input R/L and Output R/L, try other setting than Araymbox one for this.Hope it was helpfull.
Thks for your response, it's not about dither. I mean, when the volume is the highest i hear the higher sound possible (obvious) but when the the volume is the lowest i still hear the music ( of the game) (not very high sound but still annoying when it's supposed to don't do any sound) on the Right earbud or Right speaker of course... i really don't understand the bug...plz help
Hi,I don't know why but when i put the potentiometer all the way down, i still hear a sound... an idea ?
Hey Araymbox !Your way to shutdown could cause data corruption in the pi.You should consider first ShutDown the Pi in RetroPie and switch OFF. I agree that is not really convenient but i don't have better advise. Maybe try to implement a button that can shutdown system and after shutdown the powerbank connection to the Pi.Good luck with that and PM me if you find a solution !
Ok so with a lot of testing, i have partially correct the problem !You need to use stronger wire to power up the amplifier with the GPIO of the PI ! No more speaker problem with that.But, i don't why but when i connect headphone there is a lot of crack sound, for this problem i actually don't know what to do, my wire seems to be well done...@araymbox an idea ?
Hey i have the exact same problem... Did you find a solution ??
Araymbox, it is not dangerous to not cooling the PI with heatsink or a fan ?
@Millionaar I haven't done it yet, but your photo could be useful Yes ! Thanks
Thank you very much, i'll try it in a week or so
Thanks for the tip !
Yeah i just checked your 7" display, it is quite big, but the Nintendo Switch is actually 7" too so it's i guess playable :)About the HDMI port, do you have an idea ? I can try a Hdmi splitter but i don't think it will bring the sound to the TV...
I love your instructables ! It is actually buildable for people who read this !Nice work on this one again, can you try to do a 7inch screen model with HDMI port to connect with the TV ( hdmi who actually transmits the sound to the TV aswell) ?
Yes ofc, but should i connect A to E and E to C and B or just A to C ? The same thing for B to D should i connect first to E ? Look at the picture plzThks !
So, if i connect A to C, B to C and D to C, should be good ?
Can we transform the HDMI from the Screen to composite to wire it up with composite on the Raspberry Pi and leave the HDMI on the RPI free to plug on TV ?