You might have heard that you can use the Raspberry Pi2 as a “dVR” for your Android device, a feature that’s available on the Pi 2.
Now, if you’re just learning to use the Pi2, you might not have heard of a DSP chip called the HDMI Audio Interface (HIA).
It’s basically an audio interface that uses an HDMI port to drive audio signals from your Android phone or tablet, and then sends them through an HDMI to your TV.
This sounds like a neat feature, but there’s actually a lot more to HIA than that.
Let’s take a closer look.
What’s a HDMI Audio Interconnect?
HDMI is a digital signal format.
Basically, it’s the same as an analog cable or analog audio interface.
An HDMI cable can send analog audio to your audio interface through a pair of speakers.
An HD audio interface uses a pair on a video card to connect your audio input and output devices.
An HIA is basically an HDMI audio interface with the HDMI port turned on.
HDMI audio interfaces are commonly used in home theater and home theater-type applications, and they’re sometimes used in smartphones.
A lot of devices use HDMI audio for input and audio output.
HDMI Audio interfaces use a pair to connect an audio device to an HDMI-connected TV, for example.
Why HDMI Audio?
HDMI audio uses HDMI, or High-Definition Multimedia Interface, to send audio signals to your HD audio input device.
This HDMI audio is the same digital signal used to drive the video output of a TV, computer, or other device.
So, you can play a movie on a TV without any issues.
That’s a huge advantage, because HDMI audio can output digital audio at a much higher quality than standard analog audio, making it easier to hear and enjoy.
The HDMI Audio interface uses HDMI.
So it works with any HD audio device, regardless of its source, whether it’s an HDMI input or output device.
And since HIA works with all HD audio devices, including HD TVs, you’re not limited to HDMI audio.
You can connect any device to the HDMI-to-HD audio interface, including Android phones, smart TVs, and much more.
But what if you don’t have a HD audio audio device?
You can still use HIA as an audio input.
This is especially useful for Android devices that don’t use a standard HDMI port, like the Pi, that use the HIA audio interface for audio input only.
What If I Have a Raspberry PI 2?
A Raspberry Pi is the world’s first “open” Linux-based computer, and it has many of the same advantages as a laptop or desktop computer.
The Raspberry Pi has a microSD card slot, which is one of the most common ways to store a lot of your data.
And, of course, it has all of the USB ports you’ll ever need for all of your Android devices, from a camera to an Android tablet.
But, as an Android device you have access to the Android OS on a Pi 2, so you can have a full HD Android experience with a Raspberry pi.
That means you can stream Android apps and games to your Pi 2 with just a few USB cables, and you can also use the same HDMI audio input as an HDMI device.
It also means you have the option to connect a TV to your Raspberry pi using HDMI audio, and use that as an HD audio source.
But this is the easiest way to get an HD Android TV experience.
How Does HIA Work?
The HIA chip uses an HIA connector on the Raspberry PI2 to drive a standard HD audio jack on the HDMI audio port.
HDMI-compatible HDMI audio devices like TVs and smartphones can drive HD audio outputs.
But when you use Hia for audio, you don.
HDMI devices that aren’t HDMI-capable need to be connected using an HID device like a HDMI TV or a HDMI monitor.
So HIA also works with Android TV devices.
So when you plug an HDMI monitor into a RaspberryPi 2 and use HDMI, the HDMI output of your HD monitor will use HDMI to send the HDMI signal to your Android TV.
That HDMI signal will also be routed to the HD audio output of the Android TV, and the Android HD audio will be output to your HDMI input.
The HDMI audio output will be set to the highest quality of the audio input, so that you’ll be able to hear everything in HD audio, even if you only have a standard audio interface connected to your device.
The Hia chip can also drive audio outputs from other Android devices.
This means that if you plug your Android tablet into your RaspberryPi2 and use your Android Android TV to stream HD video, the Android audio output from your HD tablet will be routed through the Hia audio input of your Raspberry Pi to output to the TV.
If you plug a Blu-ray player into your Pi and