ic chips [to record sound]

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is there any ic where i can store a sound up to 10-20 seconds?? need answer very fast!!

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Yes! (Was that fast enough?)

Imagecraft compiler user

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Yes there are dedicated sound recorder chips. Remember telephone answering machines !

Nowadays, it is as easy to use a general purpose Flash memory chip for MB of wave data. Or a MicroSD card for GB of data.

David.

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Like David I'd just use an SD/MMC card. Use an ADC to record and a DAC to play back. (DACs can often be faked with R-2R, timer PWM or other techniques if you don't have a physical DAC).

If the question has anything to do with AVR8 micros then see Atmel app note AVR335. Atmel, naturally, will encourage you to use their AT45 SPI memory chips.

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Four legs good, two legs bad, three legs stable.

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Please do not double post, I have locked your other thread.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

https://www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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And please do not PM me, if you have questions, please ask them here.

John

Four legs good, two legs bad, three legs stable.

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Years ago there was a company called ISD(Ind=formation Storage Devices)
They had a line of all-in one ic's like the 1012/1016/1020 that could store up to a minute of decent audio. Had everything you needed, microphone interface, storage, and a small speaker ampliifier.
Datasheet:
http://www.ic-on-line.cn/search....

I think they are now a part of Winbond now, but don't quote me on that.

EDIT: OOPS! DAvid has the correct datasheet on the devices now. THey are a part of Nuvoton, not Winbond

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jgmdesign wrote:
Years ago there was a company called ISD(Ind=formation Storage Devices)
They had a line of all-in one ic's like the 1012/1016/1020 that could store up to a minute of decent audio. Had everything you needed, microphone interface, storage, and a small speaker ampliifier.
Datasheet:
http://www.ic-on-line.cn/search....

I think they are now a part of Winbond now, but don't quote me on that.

EDIT: OOPS! DAvid has the correct datasheet on the devices now. THey are a part of Nuvoton, not Winbond


That was what I linked to, and I am not David.

Four legs good, two legs bad, three legs stable.

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John_A_Brown wrote:
jgmdesign wrote:
Years ago there was a company called ISD(Ind=formation Storage Devices)
They had a line of all-in one ic's like the 1012/1016/1020 that could store up to a minute of decent audio. Had everything you needed, microphone interface, storage, and a small speaker ampliifier.
Datasheet:
http://www.ic-on-line.cn/search....

I think they are now a part of Winbond now, but don't quote me on that.

EDIT: OOPS! DAvid has the correct datasheet on the devices now. THey are a part of Nuvoton, not Winbond


That was what I linked to, and I am not David.

Grrrrrrrrr I did it again!!! :x :oops:
Sorry John. And yes I know that is what you linked to as I put it into my Edit correcting myself.

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i have to make sound chips for my alarms and doorbell 

would you help me to fix my roblems if your price is reasonable then i bought chip from you

Hritik pandit

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Hritik wrote:

i have to make sound chips for my alarms and doorbell 

would you help me to fix my roblems if your price is reasonable then i bought chip from you

For your information... the person who wrote post #2 is no longer on this website.

 

Ross McKenzie, Melbourne Australia

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Hritik wrote:

i have to make sound chips for my alarms and doorbell 

would you help me to fix my roblems if your price is reasonable then i bought chip from you

 

I think you then need to contact the Microchip sales department directly.

we are just a supporting forum for people who want to use existing chips, we are not in any way involved in chip design.