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Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described hereas described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potential solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potential solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potential solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

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Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potentiallypotential solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potentially solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potential solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

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Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potentially solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Is there any way to configure the Pi3's audio jack to automatically produce balanced mono output? i.e. act as a "balanced mono jack" as described here, where the regular sound wave is on one channel, and an equal-but-opposite signal is on the other channel?

I'm currently using this mono amplifier to power a small speaker from the Pi. Since it's mono, I have its "In+" pin wired to the Pi's right audio channel, and I leave the left channel wire disconnected. However, I'm experiencing a lot of ground noise. Even with no sound actively being played, the speaker emit what seems like white noise, which seems to increase with pops and periodic pulses when the Pi is under load.

The amplifier supports a "In-" pin for cancelling out this noise by using an inverted signal, so I'm trying to see if I can convert the jack's output to produce this signal. However, I'm not sure how to do that, short of creating some sort of middleware audio system that accepts normal dual-channel wav data, merges into one channel, then produces the inverted signal and places that on the opposite channel, and then sends that to the actual sound server to play.

Has this been done before? Are there easier ways to reduce ground noise on the speaker?

Edit: A user asked a similar question, but involving input, with converting an unbalanced stereo input to a balanced mono input, and was presented with a potentially solution through an ALSA configuration. I'm not well-versed in ALSA configs, but would something similar be possible with output?

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