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    Sound recording chips

    Dear All,

    I need to store some voice in the chip and play back about 10 minutes for temple

    Please advice to make low cost solution

    Following link I found some tablet type solution

    https://www.google.lk/search?biw=106...KQfaeANqdyM%3A

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    Re: Sound recording chips

    To record 10 minutes of speech, you can expect to need 5 to 15 megabytes of storage. The greeting card IC's are not likely to have sufficient memory, nor sound quality.

    A modern handheld digital recording device can do the job.

    Cassette recorders are available, although less common than they used to be.

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    Re: Sound recording chips

    You should seek recorder modules able to plug external SD/USB memories.
    This would turn your project more flexible with regard to the codec and music itself.

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    Re: Sound recording chips

    Quote Originally Posted by andre_teprom View Post
    A cheap mp3 player wouldn't make the job ?
    I too was wondering the same. Personally I think most cheap mp3 players are quite high quality...

    I do not know what kind of hardware is used by the telephone companies, but their recordings sound horrible...

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    Re: Sound recording chips

    Thanks all

    Cheap MP3 Player may be good solution

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