Sound shield for Arduino to Record and Play sound files To/From Micro-SD memory card with all Libraries and Samples for Arduino IDEDesigned by Senior Electron LLC, Ships from United States
Hello Makers , Have you ever seen the electronic announcer devices like the ticket number announcer in departments or banks or restaurants that announces your ticket number ? or have you ever been ...Read More…
Hello Makers ,
Have you ever seen the electronic announcer devices like the ticket number announcer in departments or banks or restaurants that announces your ticket number ?
or have you ever been in elevators that play music during the movement and announce the floor number ?
And have you ever thought to make something like that yourself with your Arduino board and Arduino IDE simple and very fast to be able to play sound files with one command only ?
OK you need SoundDuino.
SoundDuino is a Sound Recorder and Player that is able to play the sound files from the Micro-SD memory card or even record sounds to the memory with your desired file name
It supports FAT16 and FAT32 and you can easily copy your files into the memory and to play them , you only need to use the library that we give you with this shield and just send the file name that you want to play !
yes very very easy
the device comes with libraries and examples for Arduino IDE
the sound quality is perfect , it can play 16 bit 48khz sound files with very high quality . if you listen the music that is playing on the video , that music is coming from the SoundDuino . isn't the quality awsam ?
the playing respond is very fast and you can use it to play sounds one after each other to say numbers or messages
it has audio input and output jacks and an onboard microphone as well
and with the standard arduino pins you can easily install it on your Arduino UNO board .
if you use the other Arduino boards , the only pins that you need are GND , VCC , RX , TX
It also can work from 3.3v to 5v
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