Audio I/O

Audio Input Output

Adding sound to an electronics project is an ideal way for it to interact with people. You can use simple beeps to provide feedback or spice things up with some music to give a robot some personality.

Speakers are used to generate simple sounds or music and microphones enable sound waves to be translated back into electronic signals.

30mm Speaker - 100 Ohm - 0.15W

Code: AUD-50006

This automotive-quality 0.15W speaker is a compact way to add sound to your project. The 100Ω impedance makes it easy to drive this straight from a microcontroller I/O pin.

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9mm Electromagnetic Buzzer: 40Ω, 4-6V, Top Opening

Code: SKU-002627

This electromagnetic transducer is a compact way to add sound to your embedded project: just supply it with a PWM signal at 4 V to 6 V and it will produce sound at the frequency of the supplied signal from an opening on the top.

$ 1.95

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Piezo Speaker - PC Mount 12mm 2.048kHz

Code: AUD-50007

This is a small 12mm round speaker that operates around the audible 2kHz range. You can use these speakers to create simple music or user interfaces. Each speaker is PTH solderable and requires an operating voltage of 3.5-5V with a mean current of 35mA max.

$ 1.75

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SparkFun MEMS Microphone Breakout - INMP401 (ADMP401)

Code: SKU-000516

This tiny breakout board features the ADMP401 MEMs microphone. One of the key advantages to this breakout and microphone is the bottom ported input. This means the microphone’s input can fit flush against the enclosure of your project.

$ 17.95

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Speaker - 0.5W (8 ohm)

Code: SKU-000337

A small audio speaker that is ideal for radio and amplifier projects and is small enough to fit in robot projects. Features: Small Size Power rating: 0.5W Impedance: 8 ohm Dimensions: 50mm diameter, 16mm high, 28mm base diameter

$ 4.65

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Thin Speaker

Code: SKU-000763

If you want to get some sound out of your project but have a tight space budget, this is a good way to do it. This 0.25W, 8Ohm speaker is only 40mm in diameter and just over 4mm thick, the same kind you might find in one of those “talking greeting cards”. Documents: Datasheet Dimensional Drawing

$ 1.15

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9mm Electromagnetic Buzzer: 30Ω, 3-7V, Side Opening

Code: SKU-002626

This electromagnetic transducer is a compact way to add sound to your embedded project: just supply it with a PWM signal at 3 V to 7 V and it will produce sound at the frequency of the supplied signal from an opening on the side.

$ 1.90

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ADMP401 MEMS Microphone Breakout Board

Code: SKU-002700

Ready to add sound detection to your next project? This small breakout board from SparkFun couples a tiny microelectromechanical system (MEMS) microphone with a 67x gain external amplifying circuit, converting sound into analogue voltage signals that can be measured by a microcontroller’s analog...

$ 20.95

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Electret Microphone Breakout Board

Code: SKU-002701

Ready to add sound detection to your next project? This compact breakout board from SparkFun couples a small electret microphone with a 100x opamp, converting sound into amplified analogue voltages that can be measured by a microcontroller’s analogue-to-digital converter (ADC).

$ 15.95

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Evaluation Board for Si4703 FM Tuner

Code: SKU-002699

This is an evaluation board from SparkFun for the Silicon Laboratories Si4703 FM tuner chip. Beyond being a simple FM radio, the Si4703 is also capable of detecting and processing both Radio Data Service (RDS) and Radio Broadcast Data Service (RBDS) information.

$ 38.95

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