DAC PCM5102 I2S 32bit/384kHz Raspberry PI

DAC PCM5102 I2S 32bit/384kHz Raspberry PI

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Here is a modern converter allowing to have a quality analog output from any I2S source (for example a Raspberry PI or other SOC with I2S outputs included).

Based on a PCM5102A capable of converting sampling rates up to 32 bit / 384 kHz it will allow you to realize very simply a high-end audio player at very low price.

Although intended to be used with a PI nothing prohibits to consider its use in I2S by means of an interface like Amanero, XMOS, CM6631A etc ...


  • Texas Instruments PCM 5102 A Converter (SNR: 112 db, Distortion -93dB)
  • Inputs: I2S (Select justification by jumper (left justified).)
  • Power Supply: 5V - 10V DC
  • Outputs: Stereo RCA (2.1 V rms to 1K ohm)
  • PCB Dimensions: 48 x 48mm
  • Center distance: 43 x 43mm
  • Weight: 20g

Data sheet
DAC / ADC ChipPCM5102
Max sampling rate384kHz
Channel2 (Stereo)

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Works a treat
I used this DAC with an old Raspberry PI-1B I had lying around. I'm very pleased with the resulting sound (pioneer amp and 80s-era KEF speakers).

Unlike later RPI models, the necessary I2S connections to the RPI-1B (Version 2) are made not via its 26 GPIO pins. Where to make the connections is very clear from he DAC documentation/schematic (on the audiophonics website). Rather than soldering wires directly to the RPI PCB, I soldered a "2.54mm Separable Male Pin Header 2x4 Pins 5.5mm (Unit)" to the RPI and connected this to the DAC using "I2S 2.54mm Female / Female Cable 1 Pole Silicone 17cm (x5)". All really easy.
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i2s dac for raspberry pi
I had an old unused raspberry pi (version 1b!) and wanted to create a squeezebox client. This needed a few small changes to the board - soldering on a header - but after that was a simple matter of following the instructions to connect the correct pins. The sound is excellent! Also very impressed with Audiophonics service - there was a small part missing in the order which was very kindly posted out to me - merci!
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Excellent DAC polyvalent non dédié au Raspberry PI
Contrairement à ce que laisse entendre son libellé, ce DAC basé sur l'excellent PCM5102A TI est d'usage général. Il nécessite un +5V de qualité moyenne pour alimenter 3 régulateurs 3.3V LDO sur le CI). Son bus I2S à 3 fils sera raccordé sur un DIR (CS8416). Un potentiomètre 2x50K log branché sur les RCA (D et G) suffira pour contrôler le volume.
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Je découvre le monde des DAC, celui-ci me semblait abordable pour commencer. Après connexion a un Raspberry pi B+ équipé de Runeaudio, sur un ampli bas de gamme (Tokai) avec caisson de basse intégré associé a deux enceintes bibliothèques Infinity (1 mkii) aux suspensions tout juste réparées le résultat est litteralement bluffant. Ma bibliotheque numerique prend toute sa puissance dans ces nouvelles conditions. Avec des fichiers en 24 bits et 192 kHz le résultat est encore plus surprenant. Même mon ampli onkyo n'egale pas ce son riche (c'est surtout une question de chaleur dans les aigus avec des enceintes differentes et plus récentes). Le résultat est plus que surprenant. Des fichiers audiophiles en 352 kHz ne passent pas (sautent) mais ceci est probablement du au rasp B+ qui ne l'étale pas. Prochain achat pour du jazz audiophile j'y ajouterais un pre-ampli a tubes, et comparer le résultat.
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