Re: Driving a servo from raspberry pi 3.5 audio
You should be able to get an LM386-based amp to work, but you may need more than just the chip. IIRC, that has a fixed gain of 20 that can be jumpered to 200, or vice versa. You might need some voltage control to get the signal to the right levels while keeping line noise low enough to avoid problems.
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