Missing driver is a challenge, but it looks pretty straightforward as it is a closed module with only serial commands.
I think that design has benefits, as you can use it with all mainboards and wont have problems with timing or breaking up sounds.
The problem is that they have built in the amplifier module, and to my needs its not powerful enough. Dont know what to do with that.
Audio feedback is a great addition to embedded systems, and this module should be able to solve this in most cases, when you need a small speaker.
To some of us, we need bigger speakers, and the option of having a line-out is the best option, there is a huge range of amplifier modules available that can fit any need.
I am still waiting for some of you hardware guys to sketch the extra small piece of circuitry needed to get the line-out of the existing music module. Please please.