Building a voice box

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Building a voice box

Post by 71001 » 02 Sep 2015, 09:16

I stepped out of my comfort zone and ordered a voice recorder/player kit to use in my Tusken helmet playing Tusken roars when pushing buttons. Wish me luck :) (tusk)

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Re: Building a voice box

Post by 52583 » 02 Sep 2015, 10:27

Good luck

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Re: Building a voice box

Post by TD-6237 » 02 Sep 2015, 10:35

Good luck
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Re: Building a voice box

Post by BH-11380 » 02 Sep 2015, 16:12

Good luck on that.

You are going to need an ampflifier for that so that the sounds are heard in troops.. Usually these boards come without one, and the ambient noices cancel the sound coming form the board very easily. Velleman does those amps as well, but those need a 12V batteries.

Easier to hook this up on Aker, and then you can be heard, no worries. Just get a plug that fits the socket for the Aker microphone, and solder the wires in, and you are go.
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Re: Building a voice box

Post by 71001 » 02 Sep 2015, 16:37

Thanks for the respons. I'll give you an update when it's built and try some amps with it.

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