The speaker Bit is a tiny speaker that lets you hear the signals coming from an oscillator, an MP3 player, or a codeBit. Pair it with these Bits to add music or sound effects to your inventions, and amplify your sonic explorations!

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  • Product Specs
  • How it Works
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The speaker Bit is a tiny speaker that lets you hear the signals coming from an oscillator, an MP3 player, or a codeBit. Pair it with these Bits to add music or sound effects to your inventions.

Real World Applications:

  • Public Announcement System
Users
Ages 14+
Grades 9+
Sizes
Height 0.5"
Width 3.75"
Length 7.5"
Weight
0.01 kg/ 0.02 lbs
Model No.
650-0152-B
UPC
810876022743

 

The speaker turns audio signals into vibrations that make sound. You can control the speaker’s volume with a slider on the left side of the Bit. It also features an output jack on the right side of the Bit that you can connect to headphones, an amplifier, or a computer. When you connect to the output jack, sound will come out of the connected device (like your headphones) instead of through the speaker.

The speaker Bit will only make sound with Bits that create audio signals, such as the oscillator, MP3 player, or codeBit.

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MEET THE BIT

The speaker Bit is a tiny speaker that lets you hear the signals coming from an oscillator, an MP3 player, or a codeBit. Pair it with these Bits to add music or sound effects to your inventions.

Real World Applications:

  • Public Announcement System

PRODUCT SPECS

Users
Ages 14+
Grades 9+
Sizes
Height 0.5"
Width 3.75"
Length 7.5"
Weight
0.01 kg/ 0.02 lbs
Model No.
650-0152-B
UPC
810876022743

 

HOW IT WORKS

The speaker turns audio signals into vibrations that make sound. You can control the speaker’s volume with a slider on the left side of the Bit. It also features an output jack on the right side of the Bit that you can connect to headphones, an amplifier, or a computer. When you connect to the output jack, sound will come out of the connected device (like your headphones) instead of through the speaker.

The speaker Bit will only make sound with Bits that create audio signals, such as the oscillator, MP3 player, or codeBit.

COMMUNITY INVENTIONS

GET INSPIRED

Find more than a thousand invention ideas and then share what you invent on littleBits Classroom. Here are just a few:

KITS WITH THE BIT

littleBits kits that include this bit: