Questions tagged [audio]

The Raspberry Pi has an analogue stereo audio jack output (Pi 1 A/B/B+, Pi 2, not Pi Zero), and audio can also be heard through the digital HDMI output (all models).

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Audio over Speaker Jack in Lakka?

I cannot seem to get Lakka to output audio to the Speaker Jack. Lakka sees two audio devices, but both look like the same thing, and neither gives me audio. Lakka (community) Version: 2.0 Lakka:~...
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Usb sound card Microphone with 3.5mm Jack speaker?

I am running Google Assistant on my Pi (and an Imp) to open my door over voice control. My problem is that I am using a 3.5mm speaker, in connection with a mic that is connected via an external ...
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Raspberry Pi zero W (headless) bluetooth audio setup problem

I want to run a Python3 script with a text to speach engine called pyttsx3 to read some text via bluetooth.Unfortunally it does´t work. So what I have done is this: First I have setted up a new ...
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How do I get my I2S microphone on a Pi zero W working again after running rpi-update?

I have an I2S breakout microphone from adafruit which I got working last week. However due to problems with my pi camera I ran rpi-update, and following this my microphone is not working. I ...
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I don't know where to start [closed]

I am completely new to Raspberry Pi and have started from basically no knowledge. My end goal is to make a synth or drum machine. My problem is that I attempt to start learning something like how to ...
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Audio over HDMI not working on Pi 3

I have recently acquired a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. The audio doesn't work and having looked at other people's comments online I am not the only one having this problem. I have tried the things that ...
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How many speakers could I hook up to an RPi, and what additional hardware would I need?

I know there are addon/expansion boards for the Rpi, but excluding these, how many separate speakers/channels could I reasonably output to? I do not need audiophile-level sound quality, I don't even ...