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Raspberry Pi Pi-DigiAMP+ and all of the bits required for sale £70.00

£70.00 @ Raspberry Pi
The amp and pi have been connected and put in the case. I've never used it as I don't have the time to get it up and running. It comes with everything required to get up and running. All you n…
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The amp and pi have been connected and put in the case. I've never used it as I don't have the time to get it up and running.

It comes with everything required to get up and running.

All you need to do is configure an sd card with the software of your choice and put that in and wire your favourite speakers up to it and then plug in and use.

Pi-DigiAMP+ Full-HD Raspberry Pi Class D Amplifier

Raspberry Pi3

16gb Sandisk Microsd

DigiAmp+ power supply(powers the amp and pi)

Pi-DigiAMP+ Case. (houses the pi and the amp)

Looking for 70 delivered. Costs over 100 for all of the separate parts.
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#1
I WOULD BE INTERESTED TO SEE what this looks like ... its basically a full on computer and amp? Could power quad electrostatics?
#2
GwanGy
I WOULD BE INTERESTED TO SEE what this looks like ... its basically a full on computer and amp? Could power quad electrostatics?


​Hi. I don't know what quad thingymabobbers are but this is the amp http://www.iqaudio.co.uk/pi-audio/9-pi-digiamp-0712411999650.html
#3
WOuld be intrested in the Pi / SD card and PSU on their own if you split in the future
#4
BigG93
WOuld be intrested in the Pi / SD card and PSU on their own if you split in the future


​Hi. The PSU powers the dac which in turn powers the pi in this setup

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