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.

Hamburger Mini Speaker

Code: SKU-003877

This will be a treat for your ears! The Hamburger Mini Speaker is a 3W economical speaker option for any project needing stand-alone sound.

$ 6.95

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Kinobo USB 2.0 Mini Microphone

Code: SKU-005645

This is a tiny USB Microphone from Kinobo that plugs into your laptop, desktop, Raspberry Pi, Jetson Nano Dev kit, anything with a USB port you may be using as a computer to add microphone functionality.

$ 12.95

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Large Piezo Alarm - 16 Tone

Code: SKU-003805

This Piezo Alarm is a great option for when you need an audible alarm (or are just looking for a way to prank your friends). This alarm has 16 different output options that can be changed with the DIP switches on the unit.

$ 13.95

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Large Piezo Alarm - 3KHz

Code: SKU-003806

This 3KHz Piezo Alarm is a great option for when you need a loud audible alarm (or are just looking for a way to prank your friends). This alarm produces a 3KHz at up to 100dB(A) and has an input range of 3V to 18V.

$ 5.95

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MP3 Trigger V24

Code: SKU-003394

Make some noise with your next project! The MP3 Trigger board is built to make MP3 sound integration easy.

$ 91.95

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pi-topSPEAKER

Code: SKU-004158

The pi-topSPEAKER allows you to turn up the volume on your pi-top or pi-topCEED. This audio board provides a simple way to incorporate sound to your pi-top.

$ 43.95

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SparkFun I2S Audio Breakout - MAX98357A

Code: SKU-005002

The SparkFun I 2 S Audio Breakout board uses the MAX98357A digital to analogue converter (DAC), which converts I 2 S (not be confused with I 2 C) audio to an analogue signal to drive speakers.

$ 7.95

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SparkFun Little Soundie Audio Player

Code: SKU-004659

The SparkFun Little Soundie is a fun and easy-to-use audio playback device breaking out the VS1000D audio codec IC allowing this little board the ability to decode OGG Vorbis and WAV type files.

$ 23.95

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SparkFun Noisy Cricket Stereo Amplifier - 1.5W

Code: SKU-004660

You won’t need a series four de-atomizer with our rendition of the Noisy Cricket, just wire it up and crank up your tunes! The Noisy Cricket Stereo Amplifier, uses the LM4853 Boomer® IC which can be configured to output up to 1.5W of power in mono operation (4Ω load) or 300mW per channel in stere...

$ 18.95

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SparkFun Papa Soundie Audio Player

Code: SKU-004662

The SparkFun Papa Soundie is an audio playback device breaking out VS1000D audio codec IC allowing this little board the ability to decode OGG Vorbis and WAV type files.

$ 42.95

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