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[* black] We wrap uppull the show by extracting the button and microphonefinal board out from the upper endtop of the casing.
[* black] It's home to a few buttons
Show, and find the expected hardware. Buttons, lots of microphones, and some ADCs[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analog-to-digital_converter|ADC]s to funnel your voice from the microphones to the CPU:
[* black] We wrap uppull the show by extracting the button and microphonefinal board out from the upper endtop of the casing.
[* black] It's home to a few buttons
Show, and find the expected hardware. Buttons, lots of microphones, and some ADCs[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analog-to-digital_converter|ADC]s to funnel your voice from the microphones to the CPU:
[* red] Texas Instruments [http://www.ti.com/product/tlv320adc3101|TLV320ADC3101|new_window=true] 92dB SNR Low-Power Stereo ADC (x4) as seen in the [guide|33953|Echo|stepid=79355|new_window=true] and [guide|61304|Echo Dot|stepid=128813|new_window=true]
[* orange] Microphone (x8)
[* yellow] Switch (x3)
[* black] Fun fact: all that foam tape minimizes vibration noise during loud music sessions.

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