- 2x SPH0645LM4H-B Microphones:
- High performance SiSonic™ acoustic sensor
- High signal-to-noise ratio of 65 dB
- Built-in analog-to-digital converter
- I2S interface
- 1.3″ (240 x 240 pixel) IPS color LCD (ST7789 driver)
- Four touch buttons
- Card in mini HAT format
- Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
We’ve put together a sample clip recorder app to show you how to record audio files and play them back, along with a handy installer!
Here’s how to start:
Configure an SD card with the latest version of the Raspberry Pi operating system.
Connect to Wi-Fi or a wired network.
Open a terminal and type the following:
git clone https://github.com/pimoroni/pirate-audio
Restart your Pi
(Find more information about what the installer does, which audio plugins are used, and how to install them manually, on Github).
The buttons are connected to BCM pins 5, 6, 16 and 24.
Unlike other Pirate Audio boards, Dual Mic has no bulky components on the underside, so it will work well with a Pibow Coupe case without a booster header.
Please note that the Pirate Audio: Dual Mic has no audio output. If you want to be able to listen to what you’ve recorded, you’ll need to use a full-size Raspberry Pi with an audio jack, or some other audio arrangement, like a Bluetooth speaker or audio over HDMI, or even an expansion card for some versions of the Raspberry Pi
Allows you to take stereo sound and store audio recordings made with your Raspberry Pi
Fully pre-assembled mini HAT expansion board
Pair of I2s microphone, IPS color screen with vibration and 4 touch control buttons
Pirate Audio software included