Epson develops voice chips and the terminal compatible chip with built-in flash memory
Epson has developed a natural-sounding voice data creation tool for embedded applications, as well as the S1V3034x series of voice chips and the terminal compatible S1V3S344 IC chip with built-in flash memory. The S1V3034x series and the S1V3S344, with built-in flash memory, offer natural-sounding voice guidance solutions through voice codec incorporating high-quality, high-compression algorithms and high-definition D/A converters, and are perfectly matched to Epson’s natural-sounding voice data creation tool. The natural-sounding voice data creation tool is a comprehensive tool combining a high-quality voice synthesis function, provided by VoiceText MISAKI, with features that facilitate voice guidance sentence analysis as well as pronunciation, phrase editing, and ROM image creation on a single computer, greatly improving user-friendliness and functionality.
The Epson 344 is an IC chip for the S1V3034x series with built-in flash memory that is terminal compatible. When used in combination with Epson’s natural-sounding voice data creation tool, this chip makes it possible to conduct voice evaluation in product development boards and product packages. Target applications include a wide range of systems requiring product guidance such as those embedded in home appliances, buildings, and office equipment.