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Where Are The Long Duration Voice Recorder Chips?

Ganty (1223066) writes | about 2 years ago

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Ganty (1223066) writes "I'm trying to put together a project that can record up to ten short audio segments in reasonable quality, say an 8 KHz sampling rate. There are lots of digital voice recorders out there made by Olympus, Sony and others that can record for up to a hundred hours but when I look at individual chips to do this the selection is more limited. Futurlec for example sell chips with a maximum 16 minute recording time.
So, where are the long duration voice recorder chips and who makes them?"

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