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ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT

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ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT is a dual-microphone expansion board for Raspberry Pi designed for AI and voice applications. You can build a more powerful and flexible voice product that integrates Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Assistant, and so on.

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This product is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 (1GB, 2GB,4GB) and hopes you enjoy hacking with Pi 4 and all of other Pi 4 accessories.

Description

ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT is a dual-microphone expansion board for Raspberry Pi designed for AI and voice applications. This means that you can build a more powerful and flexible voice product that integrates Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Assistant, and so on.

The board is developed based on WM8960, a low power stereo codec. There are 2 microphones on both sides of the board for collecting sounds and it also provides 3 APA102 RGB LEDs, 1 User Button and 2 on-board Grove interfaces for expanding your applications. What is more, 3.5mm Audio Jack or JST 2.0 Speaker Out are both available for audio output.

Note: 

  • This product does not include the Pi Zero board

  • If you have any technical issue regarding software, please visit the github page and submit your query.

Features

  • Raspberry Pi compatible(Support Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi 1B+, Raspberry Pi 2B, Raspberry Pi 3B, Raspberry Pi 3B+ and Raspberry Pi 4 )
  • Dual-Microphones
  • 2 Grove Interfaces: support GPIO and I2C
  • Programmable Button and LED: one button and three LEDs
  • Stereo Codec with Class D Speaker Driver
  • Two types audio output socket : 3.5mm Audio Jack(40mW output ), JST2.0 Speaker Out(providing 1W into 8Ω loads)
  • Far-field support (up to 3 meters)

What is ReSpeaker? 

ReSpeaker is an open modular voice interface to hack things around you. Let you interact with your home appliances, your plant, your office, your internet-equipped devices, or any other things in your daily life, all by your voice. The ReSpeaker project provides hardware components and software libraries to build voice-enabled device.

Application Ideas

1. Get started with Google Assistant

2. How to use button to trigger Google Assistant

Technical details

Dimensions 65mm x30mm x15mm
Weight G.W 33g
Battery Exclude

Part List

ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8518900090
USHSCODE 8517180050
UPC 841454120018

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

How to build your own Amazon Echo using a Raspberry Pi and ReSpeaker 2-Mics HAT.
Talk to ReSpeaker 2 Mics Pi HAT with Alexa. You can ask them lots of questions, such as the weather,news, and even a math problem.
This hackster.io shows how to use Seeedstudio Wio Terminal to make a 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual-band WiFi analyzer. (Author: @moononournation)
Display a decibel meter on Wio Terminal with an accurate measurement!
A voice-enabled machine which reads book and replies to the questions.
Wiki of ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT

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    This product is awesome. I used it for a Rhasspy satellite with a Pi Zero and a 3D printed box for the speaker, Pi and Respeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT
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    Product in good condition, functions as expected!
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    Using to add microphone + headphones to Pi Zero. Works well. Couple annoyances... First, the HAT comes with a 2x20 header jack presoldered, so cannot be installed on bottom on Pi Zero, thus is not useable with Pi Zero official case. Second, the speaker connector is not common -- would be nice to see screw terminal blocks, into which any speaker wires can be inserted. Third, would love to see a .deb file which distributes drivers, rather than the install.sh script which takes ~10 minutes to compile + install.
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