Use our MultiPlay push button recordable sound chips to take craft, model, and school projects to the next level with sound! Increase the interactive nature of your creations by storing several audio files on the Multiplay push button recordable sound chips. Each recording plays on rotation; every time you push the extension button, the next message or sound will fill the listener’s ears with excitement.
Ways to Use
Use Push Button Sound Chip to Create Recordable Picture Frame
Turn a regular photo frame into a recordable picture frame! They make wonderful gifts and keepsakes. Try recording the sounds of your vacation. Are you on the beach with the waves crashing on the shore and sea gulls squawking? Listening to a mariachi band as you relax with a margarita? Sitting by a campfire roasting marshmallows and listening to wolves howling in the distance? Print up your favorite photo from your trip, put it in a frame, and add multiple audible memories with the Multiplay push button recordable sound chips. The button can be secured to the front or side of the frame with the audio device attached to the back of the frame.
A recordable picture frame makes a thoughtful gift too. Children will have fun recording special messages to their parents for a Father’s Day and Mother’s Day framed photo. Kids say the darnedest things, and they can be quite creative when it comes to articulating how much they love their parents and why. When parents are away from their children while at work or on a business trip, they’ll love hearing the voices of their little ones and seeing their smiling faces.
What are the Projects I can Do with Small Recording Devices?
It’s amazing what the addition of small recording devices to projects can do to create a one-of-a-kind experience or gift. You’re only limited by your imagination on how the push button recordable audio chips can be used. Crafters, hobbyists, teachers, students, marketers, and storytellers can add several voice recordings, songs, and sound effects to enhance their creations.
Love making up and telling stories to the kiddos? The MultiPlay voice chips can help preserve the kids’ favorite homespun tales. Or add sound effects to storytelling time—animal sounds, magical musical flourishes, squeaky characters, doors creaking, a robot beeping, a phone ringing—it’ll make for an even more immersive experience.
The MultiPlay push button recording devices are useful in other ways besides preserving memories too. You could add sound effects to hobby projects, such as wood carvings, scale models, or handmade cards. Teachers, students, and nonprofit organizations can make educational displays and school projects come alive with push button activated sound. Voice recordings that can be heard by pushing a button are great if you’re at a trade show but can’t staff your booth the entire time. Visitors and potential customers can simply toggle through the description of your business and what you offer with the push of a button.
With so many ways to use the MultiPlay recording devices, you’ll love exploring your creative talents with sound! Find more great ideas on our blog, and share your genius on social media with #invitebyvoice.
Videos: How to Record
Recordable Sound Chip can record and play multiple files
Simple drag & drop file uploading thru USB port
Re-recordable functionality. Recorded files can be removed, replaced as many times as wanted/needed
High quality metal speaker
200 mAh high capacity rechargeable battery
Sound volume control feature
2 MB internal capacity (translates to about 120 seconds of total recording time)
Free USB cable included (USB Type A to Mini USB Cable)
Peel & Stick self-adhesive label for easy placement
Included in the package: Sound Chip, rechargeable battery, and speaker all assembled together by wires, 10 inch long USB cable for file transferring, and printed recording instructions
Dimensions: approximately 3.75 inch x 3.25 inch x 0.25 inch (95 mm x 83 mm x 7 mm)
Weight: approximately 0.7 oz (20 gram)
Maximum # of recorded files: sound module is not limited by the number of recorded files, but the total size of the recorded files. Unit has 2 MB capacity which translates to about 120 seconds of total recording time
File type: MP3 only. While you can upload any type of files to the sound chip as it is just like an external drive, audio chip will only play files in MP3 format. If your files are in different formats, you can easily convert them into MP3 format by using any online free websites such as "online-audio-converter.com"
Recharging: Sound chip should play about 700 times for a 15 seconds of recording before recharging is needed (about 350 times for 30 seconds recording). After recharging, recordable sound module for greeting cards will continue to play. No re-recording required.
Assembly type: peel and stick self-adhesive backing