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The New version is available now, please ckick The ReSpeaker Mic array v2.0 to check.
The ReSpeaker Mic Array can be stacked (connected) right onto the top of ReSpeaker Core to significantly improve the voice interaction experience. It is developed based on the XVSM-2000 Smart Microphone from XMOS. The board integrates 7 PDM microphones to help enhance ReSpeaker's acoustic DSP performance to a much higher level. With the Mic Array attached onto the top of the ReSpeaker Core, ReSpeaker is now able to:
Far-field Voice Capture
Acoustic Source Localization
Acoustic Echo Cancellation
XMOS microcontroller with 16 cores inside
7 high performance digital microphones
Supports Far-field Voice Capture (up to 10m)
Supports Beamforming, Acoustic Source Localization, Nosie Suppression, De-reverberation and Acoustic Echo Cancellation
12 programmable RGB LED indicators
Microphones: ST MP34DT01-M
Sensitivity: -26 dBFS (Omnidirectional)
Acoustic overload point: 120 dBSPL
SNR: 61 dB
Power Supply: 5V DC from Micro USB or expansion header
Dimensions: 70mm (Diameter)
Here is a video from Parvinder Yadav, it teaches how to use ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones to make google assistant. We really appreciate Parvinder's contribution to the community and hope this video can be a good help for you.
With ReSpeaker Mic Array, now we can build Google Assistant on Raspberry Pi!
ReSpeaker responds to your voice and recognize your speeches based on powerful online cognitive services like Microsoft Cognitive Service, Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Speech API, Wit.ai and Houndify.
With ReSpeaker Mic Array, now we can build Google Assistant on Raspberry Pi !!!Hotword detection, cool LEDs and easy installation, it is worthy for you to make one for yourself. Own your own Artificial intelligence assistant from now on:)
ReSpeaker Mic Array, as the “ear” of Raspberry Pi here, can listen to your speech commands and send them to Raspberry Pi. According to your commands, Raspberry Pi will control Wio Link to do what you want via Wi-Fi. We have talked the smart home for so ma
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Wiki of ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
<p>Hi the minimum angle is 60°。For more information please check in on our wiki page.</p><p>http://wiki.seeed.cc/Respeaker_Mic_Array/<br></p>
Hi~Since all the mic is upwards,we suggest you put the MIC array on the top of your box,and please make sure you have enough hole to let the sounds in.Thanks
Hi Alex~ We have not tried a near-field application, but I think it is an awesome idea, maybe you can have a try.
But I must admit that, we can not offer much hlep for you with this. Regards
Hi there~ Sorry to tell you that, we do not have the driver for Windows 10 lot.
Sure you can. We suggest you use Audacity to recorde the voice on windows.
Hi Michael~ The detect distance of ReSpeaker Mic Array is within 4 meters.So I'm afraid that 20feet is out of range.Regards
Hi there~ Unfortunately Windows 10 LoT for Raspberry Pi do not support Respeaker Mic Array.
Hi there~ 0x83 version do support noise suppression, it just output the original voice.You need to use the 0x32 firmware.Regards
Hi there~ please refer the comment below.regards
Hi there~ Please use ubuntu to update the firmware follow the guide here ### https://github.com/respeaker/mic_array_dfu ### Or you can use Mac follow the guide here ### https://github.com/jerryyip/respeaker_micarray_dfu_mac_linux ### In case you still have problem,please email us ### email@example.com ### Regards.
Hi there~ There will be an upgrade version of ReSpeaker Mic Array available soon.Let's say march, and the ReSpeaker Mic Array will be much more better when it comes back.Definitelly, worth waiting.
Same problem. Did you find a solution? Or did they reply?
Yes, we need PC/raspberry/mac to extract the DOA. for more source localization, please refer to https://github.com/introlab/odas thanks.
Hi there~ Yes, it can work as a normal microphone.Regards
Hi there~ I'm afraid this one will not.Fortunately,the 2.0 version is one the way.And the 2.0 version is much better.Stay tuned.Regards
Hi there~ Beacause the DSP chip Xmos2000 is discontinued.Fortunately,we will use Xmos3000 instead.Besides we‘ve upgraded for both hardware and software,the new version will be much better.Stay tuned.Regards
Hi there~ This one will not be back.But the 2.0 version will be available as early as March.The V2 is much better.Thanks for your concern,stay tuned.Regards
Hi there~The new version will be available as early as March.Stay tuned.Regards
Hi there, we have 7 mic raw data and 1 channel average data. that's why 8 channels. there are 2 firmwares, one is raw for 8 channels and the other is 2 channels data with dsp support. thanks.
Hi there~ The ReSpeaker Mic Array v2.0 is available now. Please check here: ========================================================================= https://www.seeedstudio.com/s/ReSpeaker-Mic-Array-v2.0-p-3053.html
Hi william~ The ReSpeaker Mic Array v2.0 is available now. Please check here:
Hi there~ Please check the link below. We have added the Mic position info. in our chinese wiki, and we will update the English soon. Regards
Hi there~ Yes the new version has the same size and mounting hole positions.Regards
Hi there, it only uses the USB port. So it does not impact the GPIOs. thanks.
Hi there, please try to update the firmware to 2 channels and see any improvement, here is the detail instruction. http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array/#firmwares-for-respeaker-mic-array thanks.
Hi there, please try to update the firmware to 2 channels by following https://github.com/respeaker/mic_array_dfu and here is the 2 channels firmware. https://github.com/Fuhua-Chen/ReSpeaker_Microphone_Array_Firmware/raw/master/xvsm/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array_firmware_xvsm_0x32_20170329.bin thanks.
Yes, it is usb mic. but this product is end of life. we suggest the upgrade version **https://www.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeaker-Mic-Array-v2.0-p-3053.html**. thanks.
What is the talker location ( Resolution) signal accuracy?
Hi Dear Customer, the DSP supports the function with factory xvsm firmware. thanks. Bill
Hi Dear Customer, here is the schematic. https://github.com/SeeedDocument/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array/raw/master/res/Respeaker%20Microphone%20Array%20v1.0%20Sch.pdf thanks Bill
HI Dear Customer, it is not open source. We sign the NDA with XMOS. for other info, please refer to http://wiki.seeed.cc/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array/. thanks. Bill
Hi Dear Customer, here is the schematic. https://github.com/SeeedDocument/ReSpeaker_Mic_Array/raw/master/res/Respeaker%20Microphone%20Array%20v1.0%20Sch.pdf for the alignment, please keep the usb port at the same side. we also can refer to https://github.com/respeaker/get_started_with_respeaker/blob/master/files/ReSpeaker_Pro_Case_Assembly_Instructions.pdf for the assembly. thanks. Bill
Thanks a lot. That worked for me.
Another question, can i do the same with an Android tablet? meaning record all the 7 microphones to the android tablet via usb? thanks!
Hi Dear Customer, please refer to http://wiki.seeed.cc/Respeaker_Mic_Array for more detail info. thanks. Bill
Thanks for the prompt reply, I was using this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26391055/multichannel-pyaudio-with-asio-support with pyaudio as you said but I am still getting only frequencies upto 4 KHz i.e. sampling rate of 8KHz. What can be done?
HI Shehan, We use USB-HID to control, please check more info from http://wiki.seeed.cc/Respeaker_Mic_Array/#hid-for-controlling-respeaker-mic-array. thanks. Bill
Hi Dear Customer, We only tested it on windows and linux system. It is compatible with some andriod devices from customer's feedback. thanks. Bill
Hi there~ The ReSpeaker Mic Array board support beamforming/AEC/noise suppression and de-reverb. The 2-mics firmware support all above, but the 8 mic version firmware do not.Regards
Hi there~ We have update the wiki, it may solve your problem now. Please refer to # http://wiki.seeed.cc/Respeaker_Mic_Array/#extract-voice-on-pc-or-mac-or-linux-or-raspberry-pi # Any question please be free to contact our email # firstname.lastname@example.org # Regards
Hi Dear Customer, for the firmware update, please refer to http://wiki.seeed.cc/Respeaker_Mic_Array/#firmwares-for-respeaker-mic-array. thanks.
Hi Andrew~ Please uninstall the driver, then disable digital signatures (please google how) , when you done ,install the driver again.Now it should be OK. Please contact us if you have any problem # email@example.com #
Hi~The v2 version is an upgrade for both hardware and software.It performs much better than the v1.Hoping it surprises you.D:)
Hi Sascha, Yes, we can connected to raspberry, ubuntu and no driver is required. thanks. Bill
Hi Dear Customer, It works well now. thanks. Bill
Hi Dear Customer, For windows, please follow https://github.com/Fuhua-Chen/ReSpeaker_Microphone_Array_Firmware instructions. For Mac, please follow https://github.com/jerryyip/respeaker_micarray_dfu_mac_linux. For Ubuntu&Raspberry, please follow https://github.com/respeaker/mic_array_dfu. thanks Bill
Hi Sen, We can select the record device in Sound Manager. For the andriod device, no driver is needed. Sorry, we test it on Linux and windows only . We see some android devices are compatible and some are not from customer feedback. thanks.
Hi Seeed TechSupport Team, could you list some android device that are compatible with the respeaker mic array ? is it related with a missing driver that could be resolved rooting the android device and installing the right software dirver ?