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Review: ODROID-C4 Customer Feedback

Review: ODROID-C4 Customer Feedback

We love hearing from our customers and what they're doing with the technology they've received through us. Here are a few new reviews on the ODROID-C4: VPN Server Joe Paige on Jul 27, 2020 I run this little guy as...

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How To: ameriDroid's PAM8403 3 Watt Amplifier

How To: ameriDroid's PAM8403 3 Watt Amplifier

Check out this review from ameriDroid customer, Tom M. If you'd rather watch a brief video introduction, check out the video at the bottom of this post. I had a chance to play with the little amplifier this weekend. The...

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Review: ODROID-N2 "So Good, I Got Two"

Review: ODROID-N2 "So Good, I Got Two"

Due to key component shortages, the next batch of ODROID-N2 units is expected to ship in the second half of July 2020. While you're waiting, check out these great reviews left by our customers:   So good, I got two...

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How-To: Use the Rock64 DAC Shield

How-To: Use the Rock64 DAC Shield

As powerful as some of our boards may be, there is always room for improvement. The audio outputs on the boards tends to be limited to HDMI or a headphone jack making it difficult to connect many audio devices, however, digital-to-analog converters (DAC) solves this. While we host DACs for Raspberry Pi and the ODROID C2, there is also the ROCK64 Stereo Audio DAC HiFi Shield.
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Good Read: November 2019 Issue of ODROID Magazine

Good Read: November 2019 Issue of ODROID Magazine

ODROID-XU4 Tweaks: A Collection of Popular Modifications Recreating a Mac Plus: Using the ODROID-GO as a Macintosh Emulator eMMC Memory Modules: A Simple Guide Ogo Shell: File Browser, Audio Player and Image Viewer for ODROID-GO Multiscreen Desktops using VNC: Create...

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Good Read: MagPi Magazine Issue 86

Good Read: MagPi Magazine Issue 86

From the MagPi Team: Inside the latest issue of The MagPi you’ll find 25 Powerful Raspberry Pi projects that really show what our favourite computer is capable of. You’ll learn to make autonomous yachts, AI sorting machines, radical robots, medical...

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Good Read: MagPi Magazine Issue 85

Good Read: MagPi Magazine Issue 85

From the MagPi Team: Can you do everything with a $55 computer? We’ve been pretty confident about using Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB RAM as our main desktop PC. This month we put it to the test, by getting one...

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Project: Reverse Engineer Toyota Head Unit

Project: Reverse Engineer Toyota Head Unit

One of our exceptional tinkerers and engineers, Bo Thompson, has been working on reverse-engineering his Toyota head unit so he can customize its behavior. Most of this process involved oscilloscopes and electronics, but a Teensy microcontroller has been instrumental in...

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