NEW GUIDE: Adafruit I2S Amplifier BFF #AdafruitLearningSystem #Adafruit @adafruit
Amp up your QT Py with this BFF!
Our QT Py boards are a great way to make very small microcontroller projects that pack a ton of power. Now we have the Adafruit I2S Amplifier BFF, which provides a way for you to add an I2S 3 Watt amplifier, for high quality audio playback, that can fit on the back of your miniature dev board. It uses just three GPIO pins that do not intersect with the I2C/UART or SPI port.
The Adafruit I2S Amplifier BFF guide has everything you need to get started with this tiny board. It includes an overview, pinouts details, examples of using it with both CircuitPython and Arduino, and download resources. If you’re ready to amp up your QT Py, this guide has you covered!
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