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Is there any way to do this? Is it possible

So I have a Late 2009 iMac which i gutted and turned into a LCD monitor with an LCD driver board and that my windows 10 desktop pc uses as a monitor. I also connected the optical drive through a sata to usb adaptor and im also using that for the pc. I was wondering if it would be possible to use the speakers, camera, sd card reader, and microphone? is there an adaptor to be able to connect them to my pc through usb? they use apple motherboard connectors

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I thought I answered this before for you?

I think you’ve looking for a drop in solution to do all of this, sadly there is just no cookie cutter solution you’ll need to make your own.

I know of people doing similar things using Arduino or Raspberry Pi units which then are connected via USB to their PC or Mac system.

It’s a big job as you need to be both a hardware engineer as well as a software hound. You’ll need to do some hunting

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but how would i get the apple stuff like speakers and camera to connect to the rasberry pi


You'll need to wire them up to the I/O interfaces these kits offer. Take the time to read what people have done with them.


i have and I’ve tried to find a raspberry pi that’s compatible but i don’t know any that have the same connections, can you link me one that is compatible with the imac late 2009?


Sorry I know enough to know it can be done as I've seen YouTubes of people having done interfaces to cameras and speakers which then are accessed by a PC (or Mac).

I've given you the match to start there fire, you need to build your own fire here.


Just came across this Developers claim to have decoded AirPlay 2

As an example:

"What this means is that multi-room playback from iOS devices will be possible to any speaker system when connected to something like a Raspberry Pi running an app designed to receive and decode AirPlay 2 audio streams."


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