I have seen two posts on this forum regarding rechargeable batteries. I am currently thinking about investing in purchasing 1.2V Envee 2800mAH rechargeable batteries, as I will be creating much lesser electronic waste compared to purchasing regular alkaline batteries. Apart from operating at the lowest threshold for the Audiomoth's, has anyone used rechargeable batteries for a while now? How does it affect the performance? Did you have to replace them every few days? Any issues with writing data to the SD Card?
Hi! I was wondering if you have made available the design and hardware for the audiomoths v.1.1.0. Also, I would like to know if you have a doc specifying the technical differences and improvements between Audiomoth v.1.0.0 and v.1.1.0 Thanks in advance! And congrats for such a lovely project!
Hello community, i am new to this world, i come from fine arts and in need some advice to take advantage of the Audiomoth. I would like to 1- auto select frequency patterns on the spectrogram for the counting of the call of certain animals on long recordings, not sure what sound editor i can use for this (for example counting the call of the frog 45 times in one hour). 2- I don't understand how i can visualize the full frequency spectrum of a 96 khz or more on a regular audio editor like Audition. It seems that the interface only shows until 44khz. 3- What is the best method to listen to more than 20 khz inaudible sounds ?..pitch /slow down... ? thanks!