I wouldn’t be using very long distance, I just wanted to place the sound cards at a different place within a mini case without it sitting on top of the pi etc, do they have shielded extension cables For GPIO
I wanted to use a GPIO extension only cause I wanted to add a sound card but not have it sit on top, but I’m concerned about shielding or any interferences or if they have gold plated or shielded versions etc
I was wondering when using a supported 64 bit os would the GPIO work, I like raspian but I prefer 64 bit for the new pi 4 release I don’t want the 32 bit OS, i understand the reasoning but i prefer 64 bit OS, I was looking at Ubuntu mate
Usually I don’t like to buy the first batch or version of a hardware release due to various reasons and they tend to fix a lot of issues the second version that comes around? Does the pi 4 suffer any design issues
Thanks, because I know the link is lower then regular USB 3 then it makes sense why it doesn’t perform as a regular USB 3.0 connection, especially with ssd drives and m.2 drives which I’ve seen cap out around 500 mbps or so when usually they go higher etc, oh well at lest it’s still faster then 2.0,...
I’ll see what’s available, I wanted to create a project where it’s minimal desktop environment with access to certain applications at boot up but I’ll have to figure it out, I’m in the realm of audio applications,