Sound Board Plays WAVs On Flash Card

July 1, 2001

As the fifth member of the QuikWave series digital sound boards, the DM2218A measures 3" x 4.2" and can play back up to 128 WAV files stored on a CompactFlash card. Files digitized in an 8-bit, mono PCM format in sampling rates of 6, 8, 11, 16 or 22 kHz are supported and the board accepts flash cards of any size from 4 MB to 128 MB. Each megabyte stores up to two minutes for an 8 kHz sampling rate or up to 45 seconds of a 22 kHz sampling rate. Playbacks may be activated by either contact closures or logic pulses. A built-in power amplifier can deliver a 1W output into a 4½ speaker. Single-unit price is $85.

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