If you don’t know the differences between our products, or which is the right product for you, check out our product comparison matrix.
- Connecting power supply and speakers to the HiFiBerry Amp+
This small document shows you how to connect the power supply and speaker cables to the HiFiBerry Amp+.
- Assembling the HiFiBerry case
Our HiFiBerry case can be assembled completely tool-free in less than a minute. Have a look.
- Assemble the steel case
Our most robust case is also easy to assemble if you know how to do it. Have a look at this guide.
- GPIO use
While our products are designed as stand-alone boards, some users might add sensors, buttons, LCDs, or other things to their HiFiBerry-enabled Raspberry Pi. Here you find some information on which GPIOs are in use.
- Driver configuration for Linux 4.x
The new 4.x kernels (and higher versions) need to be configured using a new method called device tree overlays. Check out this guide for details.
- Write SD card images
This guide shows how to write our pre-configured card images to an SD card.
- Updating the Linux kernel
Sometimes the Linux kernel that comes with a distribution is relatively old and doesn’t support the latest HiFiBerry products. This guide shows how to update your kernel to the most recent version.
- Mixer controls of the HiFiBerry boards
Using amixer, alsamixer or other programs, you can control the output volume of some of our boards. This document shows you how.
- Setting up alsaeq for equalization
This guide shows how to use the ALSA plugin alsaeq to implement a software-based equalizer.
- Das klingt ja fantastisch – Audioprojekte mit dem Raspberry Pi (Maker Faire Berlin 2015, in German)