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How to connect 3W 8Ω speakers to Raspberry Pi 3.5mm audio jack?

You need a stereo audio amplifier between the Pi’s analogue audio out and your speakers. If you’re ok soldering something like the following should work and could be powered from the Pi’s 5V. https:/...
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Adafruit speaker bonnet: no error and no sound

The problem was a faulty speaker bonnet, as a new one worked fine. I sent it back to Adafruit, requested a diagnosis of the problem, and will update the answer if I receive one. I also tried on a new ...
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How to connect speakers to rpi?

I'm looking at a similar project myself, so I will share what I know. It looks like it has no power, so you are going to need an amplifier. There are a lot available. One example (what I have ...
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I can't hear any sound from my Raspberry Pi 4

I just found out that it was all a misunderstanding and that the sound was controlled by another device. All I had to do was turn up the knob. Can someone tell me how to close this?
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Can I use Raspberry Pi as a USB speaker?

There is a g_audio driver which allows Linux systems with USB OTG support to show up as audio devices on the USB host. You won't be able to do it on a Pi 3 though, you'll need a Pi 4 or a Zero which ...
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How do I get a USB speaker working on a Pi 4 with Raspbian Buster?

I had similar problems with a USB speaker connected to a Pi 3 Model B - the speaker would click when I attempted to play a sound and then go very quiet as though it had been powered off. I checked ...
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Raspberry pi 3B+ and Beats Pill+ bluetooth speaker

You need to create a file ~/.asoundrc with the following content: pcm.!default { type plug slave { pcm { type bluealsa ...
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Seeed Respeaker speaker output is very low

has its own speaker output Is it really a speaker output, or is it just an audio output? I don't see any mention of an amplifier here, and to drive a speaker you need an amplifier. You connect the ...
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any way to know the real time status of speaker is it playing any sound through cli?

if you use ALSA then this command should help you: cat /proc/asound/card*/pcm*p/sub*/hw_params when nothing is playing the output is "closed" but when something is played it shows i.e. like ...
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Truly All-in-One computer based on RPi

According to specifications 1 the Raspberry PI has neither an amplifier to support larger speakers, nor an ADC with amplifier for sound input from a microphone. So you must connect some additional ...
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Connecting the pi to a phone using a RJ11 cable to send and receive audio

What you erroneously refer to as a "RJ11 cable" is in fact a 8P8C modular connector and CAT5/6 cable. The 8P8C connector on many Pi models is used for Ethernet over twisted pair. This uses a ...
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Rpi Webrtc echo cancellation - aec

There is an option that the AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) you are trying to use is not capable of handling the echo tail in your system. I suggest to start by measuring the echo tail in your system....
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Removing noise coming from 3.5mm audio jack

Sounds like you have embedded noise sallying your acoustic pathway. The ultimate solution is to have an isolated sound card installed on your GPIO header. An isolated sound card breaks any chance of ...
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Voice conferencing between Pi 4 and laptop

In this case, you have a lot of solutions. WebRTC is the one that I recommend to you. Configure the RPi as a WebRTC end-point Install Apache and git: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...
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Set speaker jack in Lakka to default?

I don't know if there is an option in /boot/config.txt or somewhere else that can be set but you have always the possibility to run amixer cset numid=3 1 on boot up with a systemd unit file.
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Wifi Speakers like bluetooth speakers using raspberry pi 3b+

Install shairport-sync and it will advertise an RAOP (AirPlay 1) service on your WiFi. Apple gear will all detect this and offer it as an audio destination, Linux, Windows and others can too.
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Speaker for Pi Zero W

Sure. Look at ReSpeaker modules https://respeaker.io You can just plug the GPIO and the speaker through the JST-2.0 interface. You can also connect MICS depending on hardware revision
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How to connect speakers onRaspberry Pi WH through PWM?

For small speakers at low volumes, an audio amplifier may not be necessary. I've had success with PWM audio using the now-discontinued CHIP computer (which should be similar to the Pi) and these ...

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