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Microphones and sound detection

In many devices it is necessary to be able to receive, process or react to sounds coming from the environment. Our microphones and sound detectors not only allow you to record high-quality sound, but also allow you to easily add listening functionality to your new robot. The choice of a module or element depends primarily on the function of the microphone in the device, robot or other DIY project being built.

In this category, you'll see the best microphones and sound detectors as well as many other related devices. You can successfully apply the presented products to your DIY projects. Go to the product sheet for more detailed information. The vast majority of presented devices are compatible with programmable electronics (Arduino, Raspberry Pi). Please select products from the list below. You can choose from devices such as microphone modules, sound detectors, specialized and microscopic microphones, megaphones and other acoustic emitting devices, studio microphones, Adafruit electronic audio modules, DFR Robot modules, sound amplifiers and electrets microphones.

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Sound detector - microphone - SparkFun SEN-12642

Audio detector powered with the voltage ranging from 3.5 to 5.5 V. The module is easy to use, it has three outputs: an analog - to measure the intensity of the signal, digital...
Index: SPF-02211
Index: SPF-02211
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I2S MEMS Microphone Breakout - SPH0645LM4H - Adafruit 3421

The module is equipped with a digital microphone with a range from 50 Hz to 15 kHz, and also with the I2S bus. Work voltage in the range of 1.6 V to 3.6 V.
Index: ADA-09715
Index: ADA-09715
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Module with a microphone MEMS INMP401 (ADMP401) - SparkFun BOB-09868

A small module with a MEMS microphone ADMP401. Characterized by 67 times gain, works with a voltage from 1.5 V to 3.3 V. The output is an analog signal.
Index: SPF-06833
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Whadda WPSE309 - sound sensor - microphone

Audio detector powered with the voltage ranging from 3.3 V to 5 V. T he module is easy to use, it has two outputs: analog - to measure the intensity of the signal and...
Index: VEL-13023
Index: VEL-13023
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DFRobot Gravity - sound sensor - analog

Sound sensor module with analog output. Works with a supply voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V. It enables the determination of the volume or identifying characteristic sounds from the...
Index: DFR-03172
Index: DFR-03172
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Microphone 36-38dB 6 / 2.7mm - THT

Height h: 2,7 mm. Diameter Ø: 6 mm Sensitivity: 36 - 38 dB. Pins - pitch: 1.8 mm.
Index: EAK-03252
Index: EAK-03252
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Tracer Gamezone LED USB microphone

Tracer's backlit microphone from the popular Gamezone series is a device that provides the highest quality during conversations or games. The device is equipped with a...
Index: MEB-17150
Index: MEB-17150
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MAX9814 - electret microphone with amplifier - Adafruit 1713

The module is equipped with electret microphone in the range from 20 Hz to 20 kHz and amplifier MAX9814 with auto gain control. The voltage of the work of 2.7 V to 5.5 V. The...
Index: ADA-08782
Index: ADA-08782
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MP34DT01-M - PDM MEMS microphone - Adafruit 3492

MEMS microphone based on PDM (Pulse Density Modulation) signal. It has a built-in MP34DT01-M module and communication is via I2S interface. The signal to noise ratio SNR is...
Index: ADA-18668
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Sound detector - microphone - SparkFun SEN-14262

Audio detector with power voltage range from 3.5 to 5.5 V. The module is easy to use, it has three outputs: analog - to measure the intensity of the signal, digital is...
Index: SPF-09865
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MAX4466 - electret microphone with amplifier - Adafruit 1063

The module is equipped with electret microphone in the range from 20 Hz to 20 kHz and MAX4466 amplifier with automatic gain control. The intensity of the work in the...
Index: ADA-13159
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Megaphone Blow MP-514

Portable megaphone model MP - 514 type horn. It has the siren function, foldable handle, access to adjust the volume. It produces pure voice and an impressive range of sound.
Index: PRO-14556
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How a microphone is built? Different devices

The current microphone market is essentially dominated by three types of design. The three variants of microphones differ from each other in terms of acoustic parameters, connection method, as well as dimensions and price.

First of all, we can distinguish electret microphones. The construction of the microphone makes the sound processing based on the change of the capacitance of a special capacitor in which one of the facings is a moving diaphragm. Air vibrations cause the diaphragm to vibrate, which translates into changes in capacity in time to the sound wave. The contact (carbon) microphone, commonly used in the last century, has completely given way to modern electret microphones. Currently, such devices are no longer used.

An interesting alternative to devices with a membrane are piezoelectric microphones. These are products that use the piezoelectric phenomenon. Vibrations of the air cause slight deformation of the diaphragm, which in turn generates a small alternating voltage to the rhythm of the sound wave.

Small but smart – MEMS microphones

Another type of microphone that is gaining more and more popularity, especially among users of mobile devices, are MEMS microphones. MEMS systems are miniaturized electro-mechanical elements. In MEMS microphones, both the electronic and mechanical parts are made of a single semiconductor block. This solution provides incredibly small dimensions of the device.

The very good quality of the sound recorded by such microphones is noticeable. What is more, this kind of recording devices are available both as analog output microphones and with a dedicated digital interface. The latter module makes it much easier to connect the microphone to more advanced microcontrollers. Due to such parameters, MEMS microphones are commonly used as additional sound recording modules compatible with programmable electronics (Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.).

Microphones, sound detectors and more

If you do not want to record the full range of sound, but only detect its presence and intensity level (you can do it for example with an Arduino), it is worth getting one of the sound detection modules. If sound quality matters, then a USB microphone should be used as a microphone for recording music, speech or ambient sounds. Motorists can use one of the electret microphones available from us as a car microphone. There are many possibilities.

You can conveniently purchase all of the sound modules, microphones and related devices presented above. Check out the other categories of the Botland store to choose other electronic modules, programmable electronics, motherboards and layers, as well as other computer components and input / output devices for devices. We invite you to place orders - you will surely be satisfied with Botland.