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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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If you want pulseaudio to start at boot, but as a user-level service, you can make a systemd unit file. This may help, as pulseaudio does not prefer to run in systems mode. https://www.freedesktop.org …
answered Mar 27 '16 by semitones
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With Raspbian Jesse, to change the default audio device is simpler than it used to be. Now, simply use this command to list your alsa-detected sound cards, and take note of the card number of your … project Asoundrc Unable to set default input and output audio device on raspberry jessie (Contains a few extra steps that weren't needed) …
answered Mar 28 '16 by semitones