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ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit for Raspberry Pi

by Seeed
SKU 2823
£43.00 inc VAT
£35.83 ex VAT
16 in stock.

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ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit is an extension board (or HAT) designed for the Raspberry Pi. It's a circular microphone array kit which comes with six microphones designed for use with AI and voice applications. Enabling you to build a more powerful and flexible voice projects integrating Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Assistant with your Raspberry Pi.

This ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit for Raspberry Pi consists of two boards, the first board is a voice accessory HAT, the other is six microphones in a circular array.

ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit for Raspberry Pi supports 8 input & 8 output channels in Raspbian system. The first 6 input channel for microphone recording, the other 2 input channels are echo channel of playback. The first 2 output channel for playing, the remaining 6 output channels are dummy.

Some applications that you can use this ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit for are not limited to but include:

  • Smart speaker
  • Intelligent voice assistant systems
  • Voice recorders
  • Voice conferencing system
  • Meeting communicating equipment
  • Voice interacting robot
  • Car voice assistant
  • 2 ADC chips and 1 DAC chip
  • 8 input and 8 output channels
  • Six microphones array
  • Grove support
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 40-pin headers
  • Headset and speaker voice output

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It's okay

Assembled onto the RPi3 without any issues, the software setup was a bit finicky. The ReSpeaker wiki is a greast source of information regarding both. Soundqualitywise the microphones/ADCs and DAC are doing an okay job. It can drive a reasonable sized speaker (3W 8Ω) but I wouldn't go any bigger.