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Plainsrunner

Nagging FRUSTRATING problems with audio and Helmet

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If you're using the TKTalkie, you can adjust the mic sensitivity. I also have to have it right against my mouth but I've intended it to be that way. When my wife comes up to me at troops and asks how I'm doing, I can sorta speak to the side of my mouth, without talking through the mic. I have my mic secured in my bucket with the tough velcro. I bend the arm and set it right below the two front teeth. I am able to grab it with my teeth if I need to adjust it at all. 

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I used Velcro to secure a foam strip on my chest piece to buffer the sound waves from travelling back down to the speaker.    It seemed to work better that way.    I also moved the mic a little bit away from my mouth in the helmet because it seemed like my voice was bouncing around in the helmet back into my mic (not sure if that also causes feedback or not).    

Im going to explore the an plate solution now.   I wish they would advance amp tech to be smaller/thinner.   That would solve a bunch of problems.

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Trying out a iX throat mic.   It seems to drastically reduce the feedback, but it makes my voice sound muddy.    I believe that's tolerable though since it kinda gives me the sandtrooper sound even before the TKTalkie changes it.

More tests to come.

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