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.

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SparkFun RedBot Buzzer

Code: SKU-001734

This buzzer is an add-on for your RedBot that gives your robot the ability to make awesome beep-boop noises or alerts when something interesting (or terrible) happens.

$ 9.95

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Speaker - PCB Mount

Code: SKU-000891

This through-hole speaker is great for projects where you need something that sounds better than a piezo buzzer but don’t have room for a full-blown speaker. This 30mm diameter speaker is encased in plastic and will handle about 100mW of power.

$ 3.20

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Thin Speaker - 0.5W

Code: SKU-005545

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 0.5W, 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

$ 1.35

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