Would these be good speakers / mics

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  1. vindicate

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  2. Audioguru

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    They are not good, they are horrible.
    The mic produces no bass frequencies and no high audio frequencies.

    The tiny speakers do not have any spec's. Since they are tiny then they will not produce any bass frequencies and maybe not produce any mid-range frequencies. Who knows if the produce any high audio frequencies? Their max output level will be very low.
     
  3. vindicate

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    I guess I should rephrase my question. Would these be any decent for testing purposes. If not are there any on the goldmine electronics website that would be better?
     
  4. THE_RB

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    Vindicate, you started 2 different threads, both immediately link to goldmine electronics and its products. Are you trying to spam the forum?
     
  5. Audioguru

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    Is it called Spamming when somebody posts links to garbage parts that have no spec's?
     
  6. vindicate

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    Do you honestly think I'm spamming? If you search for my past posts you will see that none of my other posts have to do with goldmine.

    Only reason I have started these threads is because I plan on placing an order with them, and I had a few questions on which would be the best to get. As in I don't want people to say "Digikey has this part", because I want to make 1 order from 1 place.

    So sorry to ask a simple question. Not everyone can call themselves the "Audioguru"
     
  7. bertus

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    Hello,

    What will be the application?
    Do you need hifi or can the specs be lower?

    Greetings,
    Bertus
     
  8. Audioguru

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    I answered the question, "Would these be good speakers / mics?" and explained why not.

    They would probably make a little noise. The question did not ask about making a little noise.
     
  9. vindicate

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    Thanks Bertus for the helpful reply.

    They don't have to special at all. All I want is to do some experimenting. Maybe try some amplification from the mic to the speakers. Simple stuff. Not something that is going to stay in a finished project.

    Right, and I asked for some suggestions for something better. I didn't say I didn't believe you.
     
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    Can those little PC speakers reproduce voice? All I've ever heard them do is beeps :p
     
  12. bertus

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    Hello,

    Those PC speakers have a limited frequency range.
    There will be hardly any basses.
    They are also used in very cheap transistor radio's.

    Greetings,
    Bertus
     
  13. Audioguru

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    The Goldmine does not say spec's for anything.
    But I think those very cheap parts will make a voice sound awful.

    My pc speakers are 3" in diameter (very small for a full-range speaker) and they have a pretty big magnet. They sound pretty good. They look something like this:
     
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  15. going_in_deep

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    hiii vincent ,
    the pic's u displayed from gold mine are of less output power , so what i insist is those work good for voice's as output . anyway those can also be used for testing to.. :)
     
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