Just slot in your micro:bit, and use the sound generation blocks and code in Microsoft MakeCode and MicroPython to generate tones, sounds, and speech. We've had great fun combining it with a second micro:bit and using enviro:bit's light sensor and the wireless function to make a radio-controlled theremin!
- Comes fully-assembled and ready to use
- TPA301 amplifier chip
- 8? 2W Mylar speaker
- Compatible with micro:bit
- No soldering required!
You can code noise:bit with the block-based Microsoft MakeCode editor, using its audio generation blocks, if you want to delve deeper, then you can use MicroPython in the Mu code editor.