8M Recordable Sound Play Module MP3 WAV Music Voice Player With Volume Adjustment.Sold By ICStation
Product Introduction: Power Supply Voltage:4.5-5V or 3.7V lithium battery; Output 0.5-1W Capacity:8M Board Size: 30X30mm Speaker Diameter:m36mm Memory Card Slot:Micro SDXC Supported format: MP3, WAV…Read More…
PERFECT CREATIVE GIFT: It is ideal to make a DIY music box, musical greeting cards, memorabilia, photo frames, album, gift box and the other creative gifts for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas. Install it in your project/gift, and then push the button. Your music which you put in it will be played once and automatically stop when the song finishes.
8M MEMORY: Connect with your computer by a micro USB data cable. It is recognized by computer as a USB drive, just like a MP3 player, and you're free to add any MP3/WAV audio file to the internal 8M storage.
EASY TO PLAY WITH BUTTON: Install it in your project/gift, and then push the button. Your music which you put in it will be played once and automatically stop when the song finishes.
PROGRAMMABLE SOUND MODULE: Provide more possibilities to develop a module completely fit for your own project. You can select different trigger mode (button/TTL trigger) by connecting with different soldering pads.
In the table,‘0' means having 3.3K resistor; '1' means without 3.3K resistor.You can see that there are 3 resistors on the board, so the default mode is 000 (It will play the music once you press the button.
If you press the button again during playing, it will stop immediately) . You can change to other mode by removing the resistor on the board.
For example, if you want to set 001 (Under this mode, you need to hold down the button to play the music. It will stop once you release the button.), you need to remove the third resistor that marked C on the board. To remove the resistor, you need a soldering iron to melt the solder and take the resistor away. It is a little difficult if you are not good at soldering so we recommend you to use 000 default mode.
A: The micro-USB connector is on the circuit board for adding or removing sound files. The micro-USB connector is not for powering the device. Please wire a 3.7V Lithium Ion battery to the red/black wires. The red wire is positive and the black is negative.
Question 2: Why my Windows computer can't recognize the module?
A: Please note that a micro USB DATA Cable needs to be used to interface with this sound module. A micro USB charging cable is insufficient and will not work.
Question 3: I want to confirm that I can replace the speaker with a 1/8" audio jack and plug into a power speaker?
A: I am not sure if that it's feasible because the module and the audio jack output different audio signal. It may not work after transforming the audio signal, but you can have a try.
Question 4: Can I connect to a self-powered speaker?
A: Yes. But it should be 8ohm 0.5W speaker.
Question 5: I was able to put an mp3 file on it by using a microusb cable, but every attempt I've done feed the device with power hasn't produced any song. A: The working voltage of the sound module is 4.5-5V. We recommend to use 3.7V lithium battery.
Question 6: Does the audio file play on a loop? Or does it play one time, then you have to go back to dark, then expose it to light to play again?
A: Plays one time then you will need to expose it to light again.
Question 7: How can i add a song using a mac?
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