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Multi message voice playback circuit

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CraigC

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I'm looking for a multi message voice playback kit or circuit. I have seen the sequential circuits but I am looking for a circuit that would allow me to trigger one of several pre recorded messages for playback. Any help is appreciated.
 

Sebi

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International Storage Devices (ISD) produced voice storage chips with different rec/pb time. ISD today formerly Winbond.
 

Artie Ziff

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You do not mention how many seconds or minutes you need.
I agree with Sebi you could use one of the Winbond ISD chips they go up to 8 and 16 minutes ISD5108 and ISD5116
http://www.winbond-usa.com/products/isd_products/chipcorder/portfolio/
and you control them with SPI,
You don't mention if this is to be computer controlled there is also PC controlled
http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/Sp03doc.shtml

Another option is allophones SP0256-AL2 Speech IC
but it will sort of sound like Stephen Hawking
http://www.speechchips.com/shop/category.asp?catid=1

I used a CD that had my speech on it. Walmart sell a cheap wired remote cd player. I hacked the remote with relays across the switches. Controlled it with a PIC. (worked for me)

If you want only a few seconds 20~60s try Walmart or Toys-R-us they sometimes carry toys that record voice and allow it to be played back in any order. Hack it in a similiar way to my CD example above.

Is this for Halloween by any chance?
 

CraigC

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No, not a Halloween item. It's a personal project I'm working on to get back into electronics. I went to school for electronics and ended up in mechanical.
 
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