Sound Sensor is typically used in detecting the loudness or noise in ambient, the Arduino can collect its output signal and actuate accordingly.
Gravity: Analog Sound Sensor For Arduino Introduction
This is a new Analog Sound Sensor compatible with Arduino. Sound Sensor is typically used in detecting the loudness in ambient, the Arduino can collect its output signal and actuate accordingly. You may use it to make some funny interactive works such as a "clap and buzz" to find your lost keys or remote control if you add a buzzer. This sensor works best with our Audio an..
Gravity: Voice Recorder Module Introduction
This is the latest voice recorder module with integrated record and play functions. Easily record your voice by pressing the record button, speaking and then releasing the button when finished. The module is able to playback 10 seconds in total. Connect an 8Ω 3W speaker or an external active speaker for voice output. The module also has a 3 pin digital interface so you can connect ..
MEMS microphone sensor Introduction
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. Plus you will not have to deal with trying to solder the microphone's wacky footprint. Wootness!
The amplifier on the breakout has ..
Breakout Board for Electret Microphone Introduction
This Breakout Board is Discontinued Now, We recommend Sound Sensors as a suitable replacement.Ready to add audio to your next project? This small breakout board couples a small electret microphone with a 100x opamp to amplify the sounds of voice, door knocks, etc loud enough to be picked up by a microcontroller's Analog to Digital converter. Unit comes fully assembled as shown. Work..