Sometimes it just has to be small. For this use case we have built the MiniAmp, that fits perfectly onto a Raspberry Pi Zero. While its Class-D amplifier provides only 3 Watts of power, this if often enough for small music players like kitchen radios, a radio clock or a small music player for your kids. The board will be powered by the Raspberry Pi power supply. You don’t need an additional power supply.
The board comes without spacers and male header (the male header is needed to mount it on the Raspberry Pi Zero, all other Raspberry Pi boards already have the male header mounted).
For music playback in larger rooms, we recommend the HiFiBerry Amp2.