Diy Voice Recorder

Introduction: Diy Voice Recorder

I was surching for a Voice recorder for some Days now but i decidet to build one by my own.

You cn also use this device as a Spy Buck.

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Step 1: Order Your Parts

1x Arduino Pro mini:Arduino

1x LiPo Battery: Lipo Battery

1x TP4056 Board:Carge/protection Board

1x Micro SD Card Adapter:SD Card Adapter

1x Electret Mic + MAX9814 Amp:Microphone

1x Tactile Switch:Switch

1x 5mm LED:LED

1x 2kΩ Resistor:Resistor

Step 2: Solder the Circuit

Solder the Circuit following thise Schematic.

Step 3: Upload the Code

Upload the Coad to your Arduino

Step 4: Success

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    5 Discussions

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    oleg1234
    oleg1234

    4 weeks ago

    Hi,
    What is Vcc voltage value?
    What version of Arduino Pro Mini is use 5v or 3.3V?
    Thanks

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    tiagosunne
    tiagosunne

    Question 1 year ago

    what type of files it records? can you save severals tracks or is just a continous track? can i download my recordings to a pc or something?

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    robin30
    robin30

    Answer 1 year ago

    1.The typ is caled Wave.
    2.You can record up to 20 recording files.
    3.Just put the SD Card in your computer and copy the files.

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    audreyobscura
    audreyobscura

    1 year ago

    How much time do you think you could record before you run out of space?

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    robin30
    robin30

    Reply 1 year ago

    That depens on your SD Card but with an 8Gb Card you could recorde ca.10h.