Hello! I just started preparing an item, and I will need a microphone later on to register the volume and to use it to light up some leds. Kind of simple when it comes down to the software, but I am not sure of which microphone to use. I know it should have a max voltage of 5. I have seen some of the thredas but they involved too many complications, while this mic I found might actually work just the way it is, with its small metal legs.
My question is, will this mic work if just connected to an arduino? What's with all that talk about amps?
Features omnidirectional type high sensitivity, flat frequency response, light very reliable and shock-resistant
Specifications miniature size: 10mm impedance: low standard voltage: 4.5V current drain: 0.5mA S/N ratio: 40dB or more maximum input sound pressure: 120dB SPL sensitivity: 0dB = 1V/1[ch31026]ar, 1KHz Vcc = 4.5V, RL = 1K Ohm
Thanks for your advice.