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January 23, 2009

Arduino Audio Shield – uses Winbond ISD4003 Chip

at 12:46 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Here is a nice new shield for the Arduino. This Audio Shield allows you to record and playback audio using the popular Winbond ISD4003 chip. One thing that looks like it was a bit of a pain was having the 3 volt Windbond chip to interface to the 5 volt Arduino.

Windbond ISD4003 datasheet (PDF).

"The Voice Shield™ (VS) is an analog audio shield for the Arduino that allows you to play audio sound bytes. It could be used in many different Arduino projects, such as; a talking clock, DIY Arduino talking GPS, robots, alarms, motion based sound effects etc …"


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