Kaiwa vox

2016-10-23-16-11-22-299

Specifications

– Japanese AquesTalk pico text-to-speech speech synthesizer
– Speaks any Japanese from romaji text format with a robot voice
– Speech, pitch and accent can be changed for nice voice effects
– mikroBUS™ board format
– run on 3.3V or 5V
– Onboard amplifier that can drive an 8-Ohm speaker at up to 1.4 Watts
– Trimpot to adjust volume.
– 3.5 jack or 2 pins connectors output

Applications

This vox board is designed to be used in the forthcoming Polaxis new Kaiwa Eurorack Module.
It can also be used in robots, toys or any other speaking devices you may think of.
Thanks to the popular mikroBUS™, this board can be instantly connected with multiple different platforms like the Arduino or the Clicker2.
The onboard amplifier is quite powerful and is just waiting for the speaker to be plugged in !


Breadboard Connection

Code example

Github

This board is developed under the creative common license: CC-BY-SA
The schematic and the code are available here

User Manual

Kaiwa_vox_Manual_1_0

Soundcloud

Here is what this demo code sounds like :


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