USB TO AUDIO

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USB TO AUDIO
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Introduction

This is a USB sound card, supports recording and playback, stereo codec, built-in microphone, and speaker. It is suitable for Raspberry Pi/ Jetson Nano. driver-free, plug, and play.

Features

  • Onboard Power indicators for checking working 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.

Specification

  • Power voltage:5V
  • Audo Encoder/Decoder:SSS1629A5
  • Control port:USB
  • Audio port:PH2.0
  • Speaker driver:2.6W per channel (4Ω BTL)

Working with Raspberry Pi

Hardware configuratoin

Hardware connection:
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Play and record

  • Right-click the Audio logo of Raspberry Pi ->Choose USB PnP Audio Device->Play or recording

Configure volume

  • Right-click USB Device Settings->The left spider is the volume of the speaker and the right one is microphone.

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Working with PC

  • Connect the USB TO AUDIO to PC and it will be auto-recognized as a USB audio device.

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  • Open the Control panel. choose Hardware and Sound-> Sound -> Recording and a USB microphone is listed.

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  • Connect speaker to the USB TO AUDIO , please keep the speaker away from the USB TO AUDIO module

Right-Click Microphone -> Properties -> Listen and set it as below:
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  • 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 echo problem.

Resources

FAQ

 Answer:
*Enter the volume adjustment command in the terminal interface
sudo alsamixer
  • 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.

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  • Switch speaker or microphone volume settings by left and right buttons; switch microphone volume settings by up and down buttons.

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 Answer:
*recording
arecord -d 10 test.wav
  • broadcast
aplay test.wav

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Support

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a ticket.