ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones

ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones

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  • Far-field Voice Capture
  • Acoustic Source Localization
  • Beamforming
  • Noise Suppression
  • De-reverberation
  • Acoustic Echo Cancellation
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    Description

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    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: 


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    • Far-field Voice Capture

    • Acoustic Source Localization

    • Beamforming

    • Noise Suppression

    • De-reverberation

    • Acoustic Echo Cancellation

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    • 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)  

    • Weight: 15.25g


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    •  1x ReSpeaker Far-filed Mic Array 

    Get Started With ReSpeaker

    We have well prepared some tutorials to help you getting started with ReSpeaker on Github, please click here to visit.


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    Can the ReSpeaker connect directly into windows via USB cable? Do you need special drivers?
    on Nov 23,2016
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    Yes, ReSpeaker can directly connect to windows. 
    on Nov 24,2016 16:19 PM
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    I mean the ReSpeaker Mic Array
    on Nov 24,2016 16:20 PM
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    How? It has invalid setup file on Windows. It can't be setup on Windows 8+. Really suck!!! No reply from these developers/founders/programmers. It should have a step by step how to setup on Linux /Windows...
    on Dec 15,2016 07:28 AM
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    right click install ? its just an inf file that will make the device visible as a serial com I assume.
    on Feb 03,2017 02:06 AM
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    Where can i find the driver for respeaker Micarray UAC2.0? I can't install the mic array as microphone for my computer WIN7, please help!
    on Apr 20,2017
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    Hi,
    Hope this helps you:
    https://github.com/Fuhua-Chen/ReSpeaker_Microphone_Array_Driver

    on Apr 21,2017 11:17 AM
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    Thanks, i have installed the driver, but i can't clearly distinguish the audio difference between your gadget with mine PC integrated mic, how so? should i adjust some parameter before using this?
    on Apr 24,2017 14:57 PM
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    I want to use this mic array to connect with my android phone, is there any driver i should install in my phone?
    on Apr 24,2017 15:01 PM
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    The mic array must work with ReSpeaker Core or can it work individually as a microphone?
    on Nov 07,2016
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    Yes, it can work individually as a microphone.
    on Nov 08,2016 16:19 PM
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    Thank you.
    on Nov 11,2016 09:19 AM
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    Does that mean I could connect it via the usb interface to an raspberry pi directly, for example? I guess the necessary drivers are not (yet) released? Will there be drivers for the mic array alone?
    on Nov 29,2016 03:12 AM
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    Hi All, I have multiple questions:1) Can you please provide schematic of this board.2) i have read we can connect this board with respeaker core board. what are the advantages, in which orientation we need to connect because we can physically connect in both orientation, 3) any startup code for this. ThanksSudhanshu
    on Mar 27,2017
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    schematics = https://github.com/respeaker/get_started_with_respeaker/blob/master/Introduction.md#hardwarekeep 3.5mm jack allign and connect boards
    on Mar 27,2017 19:05 PM
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    Does the source code is available ? and where can I find it ?
    on Mar 02,2017
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    have you got source code
    on Mar 27,2017 15:23 PM
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    is schematic diagram for mic array available ?
    on Feb 27,2017
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    have you got schematic?
    on Mar 27,2017 15:23 PM
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    Does ReSpeaker Mic array alone support all features like noise suppression etc when it is connected directly (via usb?) to Raspberry Pi as microphone?
    on Dec 01,2016
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    I would also be interested in knowing this
    on Dec 13,2016 06:18 AM
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    Will the mic output the raw sound source position? What other comms are available to the board - I2C, SPI etc?
    on Nov 10,2016
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    if you look at wiki https://github.com/respeaker/get_started_with_respeaker/wiki/Mic-Array at the protocol excel file, it has a voice angle 0-350 value. I assume I2C or Serial will be present (in addition to usb)
    on Feb 03,2017 02:04 AM
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