Awesome, Nat! I was just about to email you and ask, but checked here first just in case. I'll definitely be picking one of these babies up ASAP!Nat wrote: ↑Tue Jan 26, 2021 2:10 pm I should have finished the first batch of complete mt32-Pi hats this week, I will post here as soon as they are live on the webiste.
In the meantime I had a number of requests to make the PCB's available so added them for those who wanted to make their own mt32-Pi for MiSTer Pi hat PCB
Follow-up question for you. It appears that, by default, MT32-pi has users relying on the (poor-quality) PWM 1/8" jack built into the Pi for output (aliasing/distortion at low volumes, etc.). The MT32-pi does have optional support for I2S DACs with much improved output quality. Will your MT32-pi modules come with improved output built in, or perhaps allow for an alternative method for users to add an I2S DAC w/out too much hassle?
Edit: I answered my own question about hifi output by digging further into the MT32-Pi github. MT32-Pi pipes I2S data through the cable connected to the MiSTer IO port, mixing the audio with MiSTers internal audio output. Genius! That means my all-digital toslink DAC/AMP set is all ready to go with MT32-pi. Furthermore, the MiSTer can power the MT32-Pi over this same cable, meaning I can remove another power brick from my setup. This is so exciting!