Detect sound with this well-engineered Grove loudness sensor.
Here's a stereo bluetooth v4.2 module. Make your own portable speakers!
The Audio FX Sound Board lets you trigger and play audio files with no additional microcontroller required.
Sometimes the LM386 audio amplifier just isn't strong enough. That's where this module takes over, in a compact footprint.
This is easily the best and most complete audio playback module for hardware hacking we've seen. 16 trigger lines, 14 simultaneous playbacks - it's impressive.
Detect sound strength with this well-engineered Grove sound sensor.
Design with paintable sensors. Turn touch into sound and make any surface interactive.
Connect your Raspberry Pi to the physical world and get interactive with the Bare Conductive Pi Cap.
Draw, paint, and create. Three projects to get you started with the Touch Board and the Bare Conductive electric ink.
The MEAS Vibration sensor is flexible and durable.
Simple MP3 playback in a Grove interface. Plug it in, feed the audio signal to an amplifier, and you're listening to music.
Here's an unamplified Piezo element for breadboarding sound applications (making or detecting sound!)
The Voice Shield (VS) is an analog audio shield for the Arduino that allows you to play audio sound byte.
The Phidget Vibration Sensor is a piezo deflection sensor for the Phidget 8/8/8.
Looking for a single, compact, cool little PICAXE development board? We've broken down the PICAXE Schools Educators 5-pack so you can buy just one to play with it yourself!
Audio sensors & mics have to be amplified just right for best response. Here's a tidy unit engineered by Sparkfun to make adding an electret mic to your project easy.
Newer MEMS microphones give much better response than older style electret mics, and they're smaller too.
Speakers. That are ready to use, and easy to mount. DONE.
2" round, 8 ohm, 0.25 watt general purpose replacement speaker. Paper cone, Alnico magnet. Unit comes with 6" wire lead attached.
Small electret microphone. Useful in acoustic and audio applications, voice recordings.
Think of this as a audio robotic digestive system. It'll eat 20 whole seconds of sound before barking it back at you with beautiful clarity, maybe not exactly as you remember it but pretty close!
Yes, there are other music/mp3 shield out there, but SEEEDStudio does it again with a very complete unit!
Give your project a voice, and more than just pre-recorded messages on loop! The EMIC 2 takes a serial string and turns it into synthesized voice.
Amplified speaker output for the Grove prototyping system.
This piezo element comes housed in a plastic case, and has two pins at 0.4" spacing for convenient breadboard mounting.
Grove record and playback module.
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