SPDIF TOSLink Adapter Hat for Quartz64
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The Quartz64 comes with an SPDIF output pin, so I've decided to make a little adapter board that converts this to TOSLink. With it, you can connect the Quartz64 up to your optical audio equipment. The board's design is open hardware, you can find the KiCAD files on GitHub: https://github.com/CounterPillow/quartz64-toslink-hat

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The board plugs straight into the GPIO pins, and allows for stacking whatever else on top of it using the long pin legs. Only the front row of 3 pins is actually used, the back row is not connected and merely used for mechanical stability.

I've produced a small batch of these adapter boards, and am selling them for USD 9.99 (excl. shipping + customs) on Tindie. Check it out if you're interested, or make your own from the design files.

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Nice work. Ordered. Thank you.
Sorry for any mistakes. English is not my native language

1. Quartz64 Model B, 4GB RAM

2. Quartz64 Model A, 4GB RAM

3. RockPro64 v2.1

https://linux-nerds.org/
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So, i got my adapter and here is an howto (only german, but not so many text Wink )

https://forum.frank-mankel.org/topic/107...pdif-modul

And, it works Big Grin
Sorry for any mistakes. English is not my native language

1. Quartz64 Model B, 4GB RAM

2. Quartz64 Model A, 4GB RAM

3. RockPro64 v2.1

https://linux-nerds.org/
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