This board allows charge the battery and take the audio out with a USB-C earphone (or use them with a USB-C to jack audio adapter)!
However, this board it’s extremely small and you will need to solder 6 small pads. So, it can be a bit difficult.
- Charge your Game Boy Advance SP by USB-C.
- Play the sound using a USB-C adapter to Jack 3.5mm.
- 1 board.
- 1 plastic cap to cover the hole.
REQUIRED (NOT INCLUDED)
- Philips #00 and Tri-wing security screwdriver
- Cutting plier (optional)
- Tweezers (optional)
- Tin soldering iron
- Isopropyl alcohol
Important! USB chargers with cable USB-C to USB-C (link) may NOT work because the board doesn’t have the resistors to indicate the device is a normal device, not a modern with fast charge feature. (The resistors are not included in the design because that disables the audio feature).
The USB-A to USB-C cables/chargers has full compatibility! (check here)
Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the plastic cap.
The USB-C earphone or USB-C adapter to Jack 3.5mm must be without any DAC inside, just analogue device, otherwise it won’t work. For example these ones work perfect: