USB TO AUDIO
This is a USB sound card that supports recording and playback, a stereo codec, a built-in microphone, and a speaker. It is suitable for Raspberry Pi/Jetson Nano, driver-free, plug-and-play.
- Onboard PWR indicators for operating status.
- Onboard microphone and speaker, support audio input/output.
- Driver-free, plug-and-play. Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android.
- Standard USB 2.0 port, portable size.
- Power supply: 5V
- Audo encoder/decoder: SSS1629A5
- Control port: USB
- Audio port: PH2.0
- Speaker driver: 2.6W per channel (4Ω BTL)
Working with Raspberry Pi
Play and Record
- Right-click the Audio logo of Raspberry Pi ->Choose USB PnP Audio Device->Play or recording.
- Right-click USB Device Settings -> The left spider is the volume of the speaker and the right one is a microphone.
Working with Jetson Nano
Configure Play & Recording Volume
- Right-click on the top right speaker icon -> the speaker volume bar and microphone volume bar appear -> you can drag the volume bar to adjust the volume and microphone volume.
Working with PC
- Connect the USB TO AUDIO to the PC and it will be auto-recognized as a USB audio device.
- Open the Control panel. choose Hardware and Sound-> Sound -> Recording and a USB microphone is listed.
- Connect the speaker to the USB TO AUDIO, please keep the speaker away from the USB TO AUDIO module.
- Try to say to the microphone and check if the speaker works normally. Please keep the speaker away from the USB TO AUDIO Module, or it causes an echo problem.
Working with Horizon Sunrise X3 PI
- Open the command terminal, connect USB TO AUDIO, and enter the following commands:
- Seeing the content as shown means that the USB device has been detected:
- Enter the commands, and list the sound card and the digital audio device:
See the content as shown in the figure indicates that the corresponding audio output is detected, remember the two positions shown in the label, later to carry out the use of the device needs:
Enter the command to list sound cards and recording devices:
See the content as shown in the figure indicates that the corresponding audio input is detected, remember the two positions shown in the label, the latter for the use of the device needs:
Enter the commands, and adjust the volume in the interface:
arecord -Dhw:0,0 -f S16_LE -r16000 -c2 -d 10 -t wav sound_16b_16k.wav
aplay -Dhw:0,0 -f S16_LE -r16000 -t wav sound_16b_16k.wav
Working With VisionFive2
Install usbutils library:
apt install usbutils
apt install alsa-utils
Enter the commands, list the sound card and the digital audio device:
- If the USB PnP Audio sound card is not set as the default sound card, you need to press F6 to select the sound card device.
- Switch speaker or microphone volume settings with left and right buttons; switch microphone volume settings with up and down buttons.
arecord -d 10 test.wav