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(@gordoisgone)
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Was really excited when I stumbled upoin this, looks like I am a little late to the game but was excited to make one. And possibly work on some custom printed cases...

I was looking at the opensource hardware to get the PCB boards made so I could...

are these all set up to be exported as is?

It looks like the seperate speaker piece isn't on the PCB layout? 

These types of files and PBC applications is a little out of my wheel house and maybe I just don't have a layer or something else selected properly.

Anything else I should know or company I should use to get a few made? I was looking at pcbway as it was just what came up in my research.

Also, are any of the other "-Pi" (Radxa Zero) like processors useable or that would mean rewriting and adjusting the code for a different OS... These Pi Zero 2's are so rediculous to find, been trying for months and ended up research some ESP32 stuff... but came across this and really wanted to put a couple of these together.

 

Thanks for the videos and this project looks like it was quite a journey!

 

 

 


   
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Posted by: @gordoisgone

The “PSPi Headphone board” I didn't see anywhere included in the PCB layout

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If the separate speaker piece is not included in the PCB layout, you might need to check the schematic or board design to ensure it's included. You might have to manually add it to the design if it's missing.


   
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