Pmod I2S2: Stereo Audio Input and Output

$21.99
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The Digilent Pmod I2S2 features a Cirrus CS5343 Multi-Bit Audio A/D Converter and a Cirrus CS4344 Stereo D/A Converter, each connected to 3.5mm Audio Jacks. These circuits allow a system board to transmit and receive stereo audio signals via the I2S protocol. The Pmod I2S2 supports 24-bit resolution per channel at input sample rates up to 108KHz.

  • Stereo 24-bit A/D and D/A converters for I2S audio input and output
  • Standard 1/8“ (3.5mm) stereo audio jacks
  • Optional automatic serial clock generation for audio input
  • 12-pin Pmod Port with two I2S interfaces
  • Follows the Digilent Pmod Interface Specification 1.2
  • Pmod I2S2
  • Custom anti-static Pmod packaging

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  • 5
    Well worth the money

    Posted by Digilent Customer on 9th Aug 2020

    Recently I have been doing some experiments with digital filters, and originally I was considering making a PCB myself to do all the filtering for frequencies about 24 kHz, but this offered a much faster way to get up and going. Within an hour I was able to get it working, and I also appreciate the inclusion of the schematic so I can include this in future designs.

  • 5
    Best for Audio Signal Processing applications.

    Posted by Jose Luis Barbosa on 15th Oct 2018

    High quality module and best converters resolution in the market. Thanks to Pmod connector, It has short time to use and implement in a new designs.

  • 5
    Finally a stereo audio PMOD!

    Posted by Mike Butts on 8th Jun 2018

    I got this working with my Arty in less than an hour, using the demo designs provided. There's never been an easier to use high-quality stereo audio interface. No SPI registers to set up, just give it the right clocks and the audio data flows through. Nicely done Digilent!