Delays can be added between playing multiple background sound files.
Sample "CFSOUND.INI" text files are available in the software download portion
of the website.
Quality Audio The CFSound IV's 44kHz 16 Bit stereo CD/DVD quality audio and built in digital stereo amplifier will astound you.
Connect a set of quality speakers and you will not believe the fidelity and power of what you hear.
The built in Class D amplifier generates unbelievable audio power with no heat! It's digital right to the speakers!
If you turn it up and close your eyes you will think you're listening to at least $1200 worth of audio equipment.
The quality is that superb.
You can record your audio files using the sound recorder software included with
your computer, our use one of the many audio editing software
packages that range in price from free to $99. The audio editing software
allows you to add effects, fades, noise, tones, touch tones, silence, background music and
more, that will make your audio files sound like they were done
by a pro.
Volume may be remotely adjusted by connecting momentary push button switches to the provided pin header connector located on the main PCB of the CFSound IV.
The CFSound IV digital audio
repeater can be mounted in a podium, display, or kiosk, to provide an
interactive self contained stand alone information/education/quiz/learning
system. The expandable inputs & outputs, along with the audio
file name conventions, allows the user to create a complete zoo exhibit, museum
exhibit, kiosk, or quiz(question and answer) system, using just the
CFSound IV . When used
in a hands on interactive display, the CFSound
IV can watch for switch(s)
to be pressed, play a corresponding audio file, and trigger individual outputs
for controlling lamps, routing the played audio to different
Using the CFSound IV digital message player quiz mode,
questions can be played(asked), and correct/incorrect answers can be played per
question. You set the questions, the answers for each question, the wait
for correct answer time & sounds, and the timeout audio/sounds, all with wav
files. Also using the CFSound
IV in quiz mode, you can use the question
inputs to select different languages sets, and when the answer inputs are
activated, the CFSound IV
plays the appropriate audio file in the appropriate
language. Did we mention that if you use an IO Module with outputs, you
can make lights, motors, solenoids, etc.. activate for each question and answer!
Make your visitors stop & listen & learn.
really is just that simple to create or automate an interactive kiosk,
quiz or exhibit. The CFSound IV
is simple to use, all in one, Museum tool!
What if you wanted to be called by phone when an
event(s) happened. Of course, it's simple! Connect the
digital message player to the
telephone line via the on board PTT(push to talk) relay
and a telephone matching transformer. Next place the touch tones needed to
dial the phone in an audio file, add a little silence
to allow someone to answer the phone, add to that your message
that you want the recipient to hear, and you're done. Recording the touch tones may sound
difficult, but they're not. There are many sound editing programs that generate touch tones
audio sequences just as easy as typing them on a phone. How
about using the PTT relay to operate an RF radio instead of a telephone?
That would be just as simple!
If you need to repeat a message endlessly over and over,
or triggered, you can use the CFSound IV as a digital message repeater, digital audio repeater,
or audio message repeater. A safety or warning message can play
continuously, or be triggered/started by an off the shelf motion sensor.
Using an input module, the CFSound
IV could play a low volume warning message as a
background audio file, and play a corrective action audio file when an input is
triggered by a motion or any other type of sensor with a contact
output. After the alert audio file is played, the CFSound IV would return to where it left off
playing the background sound, and continue. The CFSound IV
digital audio message will never wear out or degrade in quality since it is stored
For computer, PLC(Programmable Logic Controller), or microprocessor
controlled products or equipment, there's an on board RS-232 port. A simple
ASCII protocol allows playing, stopping, and queuing of audio files. Now
how simple is that! You have a product, it looks great, but it sure
would be great if played audio. Now it can. You can simply play individual
audio files, and or queue them for play out in a specified/queued order.
With a library of audio files(words, sounds) you
can queue together very complicated audio sequences very simply!
CFSound IV digital audio repeater is a digital audio player that provides interactive digital message triggering, playing and
repeating that can be used in museums, zoos, exhibits, kiosks, planes, buses,
railways, trams, monorails, games, amusement, kiddy rides, safety messages,
educational, commercial, industrial, advertising, emergency, telephone message on
hold, promotions, or anything else you can dream up.
Turn your tapes, CDs or other recordings into solid state digital audio playback or
digital sound playback, that will play forever, and can be changed as often as
you desire. Once the audio is stored digitally, it will play forever
without degrading in quality.
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