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    Raspberry PI and I2s output

    Hi all.

    I'm sure someone here knows the answer to this stupid question. I've done a fair amount of searching, and so far, I can't seem to find the answer. Or it is so obvious, I missed it.

    I just bought a new DAC (Gustard DAC-X20), and I want to utilize the I2s input for streaming music with a Raspberry PI. Is there a device for the Raspberry with I2s output?

    This is a NOOB question, so bear with my ignorance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Moon View Post
    Hi all.

    I'm sure someone here knows the answer to this stupid question. I've done a fair amount of searching, and so far, I can't seem to find the answer. Or it is so obvious, I missed it.

    I just bought a new DAC (Gustard DAC-X20), and I want to utilize the I2s input for streaming music with a Raspberry PI. Is there a device for the Raspberry with I2s output?

    This is a NOOB question, so bear with my ignorance.

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    The Raspberry Pi: Audio out through I2S | Dimdim's Blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Moon View Post
    Hi all.

    I'm sure someone here knows the answer to this stupid question. I've done a fair amount of searching, and so far, I can't seem to find the answer. Or it is so obvious, I missed it.

    I just bought a new DAC (Gustard DAC-X20), and I want to utilize the I2s input for streaming music with a Raspberry PI. Is there a device for the Raspberry with I2s output?

    This is a NOOB question, so bear with my ignorance.
    Like Man in a Van said; the Gustard U12.

    Be careful with other devices, as Gustard has their own "standard" i.e. HDMI pinouts, so they will not work with other manufacturers products.