New to the forums, kind of new to electronics/RPi, first post - yay!
I just got hold of a Pi Zero and a PHAT DAC that I want to use together. However, I also want to be able to use the GPIO pins not used by the DAC (which, according to this post, are all but 7) for other components.
Could you recommend what pin headers (male/female) I should use for both the Pi and the DAC to make the GPIO pins as accessible as possible?
To clarify: with a normal male or female header on the DAC, the pins on top are too short to attach jumper wires to. If I use a male header on the Pi and no header on the DAC, the soldering will probably be trickier, the boards will be stuck together forever, and the part of pins sticking out on top of the DAC may still be too short.
Is there a header with full-length pins on both sides? Or how do people usually solve this problem?