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    Kitronik Noise Pack for Inventor's Kit

    Manufacturer: Kitronik
    Learn how to bend sound to your will with the Noise Pack add-on for the Kitronik Inventors Kit for the BBC micro:bit. The pack, in conjunction with the Inventors kit and a microbit, contains all you need to build the 5 exciting experiments contained within.

    You will learn how to build and code musical instruments, amplifiers, and EQs, including High and Low Pass Filters (HPF/LPF). Who needs expensive Pultecs or Console Channel Strips when you've got some components, a microbit, and some know how! The pack brings together electronics and code in the most noblest of causes, making noise! We're going to make a noise and then we're going to amplify it!

    Features:
  • A fun and exciting add-on pack for the Kitronik Inventors Kit for the micro:bit.
  • Learn how to manipulate sound, build instruments, amplify your sounds, and how to shape your sounds with Filtering and EQ.
  • Learn how to build and code the following 5 experiments;
    -- Varying The Tone With A Piezo Buzzer.
    -- Building A Mono Amplifier.
    -- Touch Control.
    -- The Digital Trumpet
    . -- Equalise Your Sound.

  • Contains:
  • 1 x 100kΩ Resistor.
  • 2 x 3.3kΩ Resistor.
  • 1 x 15kΩ Resistor.
  • 3 x 100nF Ceramic Disk Capacitor.
  • 2 x 1µF Electrolytic Capacitor.
  • 2 x Potentiometer.
  • 2 x Finger Adjust Spindle.
  • 2 x Solid Core Connecting Wire.
  • 10 x M/M Jumper Wires.
  • 1 x 0.15W 8Ω Speaker.
  • 4 x F/F Jumper Wires.
  • 1 x NCP2890 Audio Amplifier IC Breakout Board.
  • 1 x 3 Key Touch PCB.
  • 1 x Tutorial Booklet, containing 5 experiments.
  • SKU: KI 5603 NOISE
    Availability: 2 in stock
    €22.50
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