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Last update: Tue Dec 17 00:28:57 2019This is my attempt to build a Retropie console. The """original""" point here is the sound: I'm using a HT28V739 and made a nice box that should double as a nice speaker (hopefully).
PrincipleJust a retropie console, running on a Raspi 2 and with an opamp to drive a speaker, and cram everything in a wooden box that doubles up as a speaker enclosure.
But hey, why don't you use the GPIO pins in PWM mode instead of the audio jack?Good question. 2 reasons:
Bill of materials
SchematicsRaspberry pi pinout:
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