Cool project tutorial from Max2Play on instructables.
With the arrival of the new official Raspberry Pi Touchscreen, we were excited to find applications for it in our Max2Play system. Since audio applications have been one of our main focuses from the start, we immediately thought of a combination of sound card and screen. We had already created great bundles for both touchscreen and sound card solutions, but the combination was something we were still working on. The main connectors of the Raspberry Pi can only be used for one device at a time. So we had to become creative and can now show you the result.
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