Thanks tomatoflames, I hope that it works for you too. I never needed to do this, but you might also want to try changing the audio from stereo to mono. If you want to try, add this line to /boot/config.txt:Tomatoflames wrote:Makes sense. I'll give it a shot and report on how it works out.xfcrowman wrote:I'm at work now, but I did take a photo of the GBZ before closing it up last night. You can't see the resistors well (they're right on top of the speaker, unfortunately), but the mini-board I made was pretty basic.144TECH wrote:I like to see that too, or a video from it.
I soldered the two resistors to the perfboard - one side of the resistor went to R15 or R16. I used solder to combine the other two sides, and then ran a wire from there to "Speaker -". Hopefully this makes sense. I will try to take another photo later tonight, but then I will be giving the GBZ to my brother-in-law: it's a gift from my sister to him
Also, I noticed your pic shows power supply to the Pi comes from the row of power pads at very bottom of the AIO. Is there a benefit to using those pads instead of how it's shown on Helders wiring diagram, using the pads further up?
and delete: dtoverlay=pwm-2chan,pin=18,func=2,pin2=13,func2=4
It's nice if you can have stereo, but in the end mono sound is certainly better than the choppy stuff. Lastly, I picked those bottom pads for 5V and ground out of laziness - I didn't feel like shortening the cables again