Sound is extremely important in both professional and home entertainment applications. Acoustic signalization is very often used in anti-burglar alarms as well as in warning systems that use sensors especially designed to signal the appearance dangerous situations. workshop. In robotics and programmable electronics, sound is not always needed. There are many projects that do not require sound modules. However, the purchase of sound devices (Arduino Shields Sounds) will significantly enrich the scope of use of a given project. With these simple devices you will be able to construct great things – programmable management apps, robots or… singing mobile vacuum cleaners (why not?). It is easy to imagine the importance of sound modules in the case of Arduino. Playing music, playing individual confirmation or negation signals, as well as recording sound using digital technology – all of these are the very important possibilities you can use in your electronic projects. Using and creating sounds will be available, if you buy the selected Arduino Shield sound module. Below we present the best devices for you!
Audio shield for DFRduino M0 with processor of sound WM8978 Wolfson. It is equipped with the core transmitting a signal in the HI-FI standard, it supports 3D ambient sound and 5 frequency bands to improve sound quality. It can filter the interference caused by noise. On the board are two connectors jack 3,5 mm. The supply voltage is 5 V, maximum...
Shield for Arduino is equipped with a filter for the graphical display of the audio signal amplitude. It allows you to split the sound from both stereo channels on 7 bands, and read the amplitude of each of them with the built-in Arduino converter A/C.
Shield for Arduino, which allows you to record and play the sound. It has a built-in decoder VS1053B, slot for microSD cards, microphone, navigation joystick and a headphone Jack. It supports the most popular audio formats: MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, MIDI
Shield for Arduino, which allows you to play uncompressed audio files .wav to 22 KHz, 12-bit in any size from SD memory card or MMC. The volume can be adjusted with the potentiometer. The set consists of elements for self-assembly.
Module of decoder of stereo DAC based on UDA1334A, communicates via I2S interface. It is supplied with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, making it compatible with devices such as Raspberry Pi or Arduino. It is characterized by the absence of damping and distortion. On board is a 3.5 mm Jack to connect e.g. headphone.
Shield for Arduino enables the measurement of: temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and light intensity. It also has a connector for additional sensors, such as direction and speed of wind, rainfall and GPS module.
Shield for Arduino with sensor of thermocouple type, is equipped with 8 multiplexed inputs. The module works based on the MAX31855 system in the range from -270 °C to +1372 °C with the accuracy of ±2 °C. It also has a place to create prototype systems.
Shield for Arduino, which allows to use the functionality provided by the built-in analog-to-digital converter. On the board is also 12-bit DAC MCP4725 connected to built-in speaker and two potentiometers.
Shield for Arduino enables decoding and playing the MP3 files from a microSD card. The board has 2-channel amplifier 3 W to control the external speakers, and buttons to control basic functions of the player, and a 3.5 mm Jack connector to connect, for example, headphones. The module communicates via a UART interface.
The module can generate the following signals: sine, square and triangle with a frequency up to 3 MHz with an amplitude of 1 Vpp. The system communicates via the SPI bus. The board may also function as a shield on Arduino Pro Mini.
Module for Arduino MKR, containing a set of sensors to collect environmental data such as atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity, intensity of ultraviolet radiation UVA and UVB rays, UV index and light intensity. The pad has a slot for a microSD card.
Kit for Arduino, which provides voice recognition. The kit includes a module EasyVR 3 Plus adapter for Arduino, microphone and connector for wlutowania. The module communicates via a serial interface UART, supply voltage 3.3 V or 5 V. it Allows you to define up to 256 commands in each language.
The stereo decoder's module DAC to communicate through the I2S interface. Built-in class D amplifier can provide up to 3.2 W of power to the speakers or headphones with impedance up to 4 Ω. Powered with voltage from 2.5 V to 5 V. It is compatible with Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
Adding music or sound effects to your project can turn out to be an interesting variation you will love. Thanks to this you will be able to create the projects you have dream about, and certainly – they will attract the attention of others!
Using Arduino and dedicated Arduino Shields sound overlays, you can play sound files in many popular formats, such as MP3, WAVE or WMA. A perfect example of a device that gives the above-mentioned capabilities is the Waveshare Music Shield VS1053B MP3 overlay. All you have to do is to insert the SD card and therefore you will be able to connect the selected module to the external speakers or headphones. You can also select files to play using the buttons and special potentiometers. Adjusting the sound parameters is extremely simple and intuitive, but on the other hand it gives you a lot of possibilities.
Depending on the selected model, you can count on a really huge range of sound modulations. You will be able to not only upload the finished audio track, but also to convert it in the way you prefer. You will program and decide whether the sound should be activated, whether it shouldn’t. Thus, you can easily set parameters such as output volume or gain of individual frequency bands. The MIDI KIT Shield from SparkFun will allow you to build a sound synthesizer and step sequencer. Playing a concert on an instrument you built? Priceless experience!
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With the Arduino Shield sound overlays, you'll be able to design an extensive sensor system with acoustic signaling. The way they are programmed and the goal they are to achieve depends only on you. You can use the presented covers to alert you when harmful gases appear in the air or an electric gate is set in motion.
By connecting the microphone to the shield, you will be able to build an advanced building automation system. These are great opportunities for creating intelligent home electronics systems (Internet of Things). Examples? Build a remote control system for blinds or lighting system. You can control the system without a single contact. If you choose appropriate overlays, you can programme the software in the way that it will be responding to the specific voice commands!
When choosing Arduino Shield, pay attention to the selection of the right equipment that will provide us with very good file quality, both in the process of recording and playing the sound. Our products are compatible with other offered components. The Botland online store offers dedicated Arduino Shield overlays that will help you accomplish most of the tasks described above.