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.
- Pre-configured software images
These SD card images have been configured for our HiFiBerry products already. No further configuration is required. Just write the image to the SD card and boot your Raspberry, and everything works. Note that this might not be the newest release of a software. Therefore we recommend it only for beginners who are inexperienced with the Raspberry Pi.
- 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)