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With all the attention going toward ESP32 boards with camera integration as of late, it’s nice to see the SoC getting some love for audio applications with the ESP32-Audio-Kit. Earlier this year, Espressif unveiled their ESP32 LyraTD MSC HDK designed for speakers and appliances. Shortly afterward, the company dropped a similar board — the ESP32-LyraT for voice recognition , and now we have access to a third option for audio with the latest release.

The board is based on an ESP32 dual-core Tensilica processor with 520Kb of SRAM, and 8Mb of on-module external PSRAM. (📷: Seeed)

The ESP32-Audio- is based on Ai-Thinker’s ESP32-A1S with most of the interfaces located at the edge of the development board for easy access. As far as hardware goes, the ESP32-Audio- is outfitted with a dual-core Xtensa LX6 CPU (520Kb SRAM, 8Mb of PSRAM), micro SD slot (up to 64Gb of storage), and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2 LE. Audio ports are many and include 3.5mm headphone jack, 3.5mm line-in jack, a pair of 2-pin headers for left/right speakers (up to 4Ω/3W output), and a couple of built-in microphones.

The ESP32-Audio-Kit features a 3.5mm headphone jack, 3.5mm Line-In jack, a pair of 2-pin headers for left/right speakers, and a pair of microphones. (📷: Seeed)

Expansion options include headers for I2C, UART, SPI, PWM, and an unpopulated header for JTAG with micro USB port for UART access. It also features six user buttons, as well as 5V/2A via micro USB, and support for 3.7V Li-ion battery via 2-pin header for power options.

The ESP32-Audio-Kit is compatible with Espressif’s ESP-ADF framework, which offers support for Google’s Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, and costs just $16.90 (currently on backorder). also supplies plenty of documentation on their product page, where you’ll find schematics, demos, and user guides.



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