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For Use With Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+/ 2 Model B / 3 Model B
Operating System - Moode Audio Player


- Openelec

- Raspbian Jessie

- Volumio

- Rune audio

- Pi Core Player

Key Features - Ultra-compact chassis

- Supports up to 1TB 2.5-inch SATA hard drives

- Dedicated 192kHz/24bit high-quality ESS DAC for best sound quality

- Used the ESS Technology Sabre premier stereo DAC ES9023

- ES9023 delivers jitter-free studio quality audio with 112dB DNR

- Ultra-low-jitter 50MHz clock generator

- Used the Texas Instruments ultra-low-noise voltage regulator

- Used the Texas Instruments ClassD amplifier chipset (TPA3118)

- Up to 2x35w of crystal clear amplification

- Capable of driving 4 Ohm speakers (also works with higher impedance speakers)

- Gold-plated RCA connectors

- Gold-plated Speaker terminal binding post

- Volume control knob

- Selected high quality components (Solid Capacitors, Murata MLCC etc)

- Connects directly to the Raspberry Pi - no additional cables needed

- Can be used individually with only 3 wire I2S signal connected from other i2s interface

- AMP can be enabled / disabled with jumper link

- Powers the Raspberry Pi - no additional power supply

- Lighted power switch

- Raspberry Pi status LEDs still visible

- Duplicated Raspberry Pi HDMI port

- Easy to change the Raspberry Pi OS SD card - No need to open the case

- Easy DIY with Raspberry Pi

Power Supply Unit (Optional Accessories) - AC 100 - 240V input ~50 / 60Hz, 19Vdc 4A output
Specification - Power supply: 6-24Vdc

- Input Ports: 1 x HDMI

- Three wire Raspberry Pi I2S Input (LRCK - GPIO19, BCK - GPIO18, DATA - GPIO21, GND)

- Output Ports: 1 x HDMI, 2 x RCA connectors, 4 x Speaker terminal binding post

- Analog audio output level: 2V RMS

- Resolution/Sampling Rate: upto 24bit / 192KHz (Raspberry Pi I2S)

- Amplifier output Power: 2 x 35w (4 Ohm 24Vdc)



Packing List - X5000 Metal Case x 1

- X5000 Expansion Board Kit x 1

- X800 HDD Expansion Board Kit x 1

- Metal Case Accessories kit x 1

- Tool kit x 1

Match Power Supply

Please refer to DC 19V 2A Power Supply

Hardware installation

Please refer to here: Hardware installation

Software Configuration

More details please refer to More detail

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Anonymous user #2

51 months ago
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Is there any way to power off the pi gracefully with the power-button?

Anonymous user #3

43 months ago
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Only by DIY. On mine I actually converted the power button into a push-release (by removing the latch) and then I wired it to GPIO pins 5/6 and wrote my own shutdown script that is put to run in the background when the Pi boots up.

Anonymous user #1

60 months ago
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SupTronics webpage no longer have the hardware installation instructions.


60 months ago
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