Thanks, but I must be being very stupid, Still can't do it and niw have broken one of the connectors. I guess I'll give up!DougieLawson wrote:tug parallel to the small circuit board.
Thanks. Sorry to be stupid, do you tug forwards, backwards, or up?DougieLawson wrote:The connectors are the same basic design. Tug the clip gently until it moves, slide the cable in, press the clip home.
No, I'm afraid not, it shows a raspberry pi not a compute io board and the connectors are different.DougieLawson wrote:Does this video help: https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/camera-module-setup/
Don't get one of these. The support is non-existant. You need either to run a VERY old kernel or TRY to compile one yourself.Paul82 wrote:One of these would do the job nicely
HD Audio up to 24-bit 192kHz in/out
Shame the Pi is not a success! ??? 7 Million and counting I believeagraco wrote:klricks wrote:
Once someone figures out how to talk to beginners, this product will really take off.
The IQAudio DACs and Amps should work too & I can recommend them.liz wrote:Those of you asking about audio: Pimoroni should have this DAC add-on in stock very soon. https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/phat-dac