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ATOM Speaker Kit (NS4168)

SKU:K054

Regular price $14.50

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Description

ATOM SPK is an audio player that adapts to the ATOM master control, with built-in I2S digital audio interface power amplifier chip NS4168, with automatic sampling rate detection, adaptive functions, and can effectively prevent audio signal distortion. Integrated TFCard card slot is convenient for saving and reading audio files. Provide 3.5mm headphone jack and external speaker interface, users can play audio through external headphones or speakers.

ATOM SPK Some IO conflict with ATOM Matrix's built-in hardware, so ATOM SPK is only applicable to ATOM LITE

Product Features

  • Power amplifier chip NS4168
  • I2S serial digital audio input interface
  • Support a wide range of sampling rates: 8kHz~96kHz
  • Automatic sampling rate detection, adaptive function
  • TFCard slot
  • Headphone jack
  • Speaker interface

Contains

  • 1x ATOM Lite
  • 1x ATOM SPK
  • 1x 1W Speaker
  • 1x M2 HEX KEY
  • 1x M2*8 cup head machine screw
  • 1x TYPE-C USB Cable(20cm)

Application

  • Audio player
  • Bluetooth audio
  • WiFi speaker

Specifications

Specifications Parameters
Power amplifier chip NS4168
Amplifier output power 1W(VDD=3.3V)
Headphone jack 3.5mm
Speaker interface 1.25mm-2P
Speaker power 1W
Net weight 18.6g
Gross weight 37g
Product size 24*48*18mm
Package size 54*54*20mm

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    Allan
    Nice as compact internet radio

    made a internet radio and connect it to my 'old' stereo and added mp3 music on the SD Card, and it works perfect.

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    Bart
    Exactly what I am looking for!

    I am a newbie. I just want to play mp3 file from the micro-SD card and output through the headphone jack, remotely controlled by another M5Atom lite and this come in handy!
    I wish there are block-based Uiflow coming soon enough but the Arduino IDE works just fine, just need to ask around from the expert.
    And the button on M5Atom lite does NOT work when it's plugged into the SPK base (hopefully anyone could correct me that this is NOT the case!).

    batktop