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Published in 2015-6-30 21:01:28 | Show all floors |Read mode
Since the "TRRS video+audio" connector is anything but standardized, it would be very helpful to state clearly which version this is (e.g. is it the same as the Raspberry Pi B+, and/or the Banana Pro, and/or this and that DVD player or cell phone) or even point to some known-to-work cables.
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Personally, I'm only interested in the audio output, so if someone could point me to an adapter that turns the Orange Pi Mini's 3.5mm female TRRS composite+audio into a 3.5mm female TRS audio, that'd be great.

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 Author| Published in 2015-8-16 01:07:32 | Show all floors
I got my OrangePi-mini and for lack of an answer, I just tried to plug an audio (TRS) thingy into the TRRS slot, and the audio comes out correctly, so it looks like the TRRS used is either (from tip to sleeve):

- Left, Right, Video, Ground.
- Right, Left, Video, Ground.
- Left, Right, Ground, Video.
- Right, Left, Ground, Video.

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Published in 2015-8-16 02:21:09 | Show all floors
Edited by magicse at 2015-8-15 20:25


Yellow - video
White -audio
Red - audio
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Published in 2015-11-24 11:07:57 | Show all floors
Hi all, Is it possible to change the pinout in software/os so I can use a different cable?
Most cables have ground on ring2.


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Published in 2015-12-15 06:38:12 from mobile | Show all floors
You cannot change the pinout on the board and usually  the ground is on the most back ring near the plug.One thing you can do is cut the cable and chage the wiring.

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Published in 2018-9-10 19:01:01 | Show all floors
I miss plugged a TRS cable into this, so Video was shortcuted to ground, I could hear the sound but with strange glitches (comes from video output)
I hope I did not destroy the Video output.
I will use a 4 pole Male to extract only the audio as I use HDMI output for video.
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