I need a single chip that can record a few seconds of sound (2 seconds is fine. more is ok, though). it needs to be played by a switch.
I want something like this:
Jameco Electronics ICs & Semiconductors: WINBOND ELECTRONICS: ISD1110P
but what i really need is it to be available in surface mount. and at a bit lower of a cost...
Basically what i need to do is play a short (pre-recorded) sound when a button is pressed. At a MUCH lower cost, and surface mount. (might need to make a few of these)
and actually, it'd be nice if it operated on a lower voltage (3v would be great). but this is not a necessity as of right now.
Thanks for your help!
Last edited by Marks256; 28th December 2008 at 04:25 AM. Reason: clarification
Just google Chipcorders........there are a lot of them out there. What you want are the ones that are used in greeting cards.
(Who would have imagined that google would become a verb?"
You didn't say much about the application, but these are dirt cheap $2.00, and completely assembled, speaker and batteries too.
SAW 3 DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER | AllElectronics.com
The chip is a COB, PCB is 1.5 x 2 inches, but can be cut down smaller. Records 30 seconds.
haha! thank you HarveyH42! i think that might work nicely.
and thank you KMoffet and GonzoEngineer for the name ChipCorder! i think i'll use one of those saw things to prototype my project, and if i have to i'll use the nuvoton chips if the prototype works out.
yeah... i've got a product idea, and just wanted to play around before i said anything. i've seen how some of these guy's ideas get ripped apart on the forum and i wish to avoid that. hope that makes sense...You didn't say much about the application
Here's a link that might save you a little experimenting on The Saw III...
GetLoFi - Circuit Bending Synth DIY Blog Archive Circuit Bending a SAW III Sampler
Shows the board, and various areas of interest, some modifications. Says it runs fine off 5 volts...
Toy section at Walmart has Digital recorder toys cheep. Buy one and use the parts out of it.
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