Soundboard (Adafruit Audio FX Mini Sound Board - WAV/OGG Trigger - 2MB Flash)


Jumper Wire




Speaker w/amp

1/8'' Audio Jack

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Step 1: Step1: Insert Sounds You Want

Record sound/ choose the sound you like (sound format needs to be wav) and put them inside the soundboard

Step 2: Step2: Link Wire/ Jumper Wires With the Soundboard

From the upside, link one jumper with the ground (Gnd), and link the other jumper (not the same one) with the right (R) connecting to the speaker.

From the downside, link one side of the jumper wire with the G, and other side, you can touch the numbers from 0 to 7 as how many tracks you put inside your sound board. Thus, it will generally look like this.

Step 3: Step3: Connecting to 1/8'' Audio Jack

Connecting to 1/8'' Audio Jack

Close up of the small part of the image. The one that has hole link to the ground (negative). The plug needs to connect to the circle connector.(like the image below)

Step 4: Step4: Connecting With the Speaker

Use the speaker W/ AMP, open it by turning it to one side, and then take out the connector from the bottom of the speaker, connecting the speaker connector with the 1/8'' Audio Jack.

Step 5: Step 5: Final Look Like

So, there is what it looks like.

Here is a link of what it is functioning on one of my group project.

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    3 years ago

    Hey, nice project!

    I need to connect a bone conductor to the board. Do you know if I could just wire it up to R and G?

    And where exactly does power and gnd from the battery connect?

    Best, D


    3 years ago

    Thanks for the tips!