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New member, looking for recommendations on a voice changer setup that other Sandtroopers here are using!

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Hello everyone, glad to be part of the forum. The electronics section of the forum seems to be a bit abandoned (last post 5 years ago?), so hopefully this one sees enough people. I have a full commissioned set of Sandtrooper armor from RS, but it still needs some fine details (mainly pouches) before I submit for deployment.

I'm wondering if anybody has recommendations on what I can use as a good voice changer mic setup as a Sandtrooper? Seems like a lot of people use the TRamp system, I reached out to the creator and haven't heard back.

I tried going a more economical route by trying the "trooper talk" app on iOS. Maybe I wasn't setting it up properly, but the ear bleeding feedback from the speaker and mic from every little sound (even the static bursts left my ears ringing) made it unbearable to use. And that's not including the monstrosity of a user experience and UI nightmare that it is. It also seems like the developer of that app is completely MIA. He popped into this forum 7 years ago to advertise it, and then just disappeared. If anyone has been able to get it to work, let me know. I even took all of his suggestions by getting the correct aux splitter, headset, speaker, etc.

Any help is appreciated!

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On 9/11/2023 at 7:49 AM, bigwam said:


sometimes, i use an Aker MR1505. But the most time, nothing. 

I ended up getting a sound glove that goes under the main rubber glove. However, the problem is that the electronics are nearly too tight of a fit in the forearm armor piece. More significantly, the buttons are extremely hard to press accurately when the thick rubber glove is over the buttons. Any suggestions on how I can fix it?

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Hi - i got a TK-Talkie Setup running. I am really pleased with it. Inside the helmet there is glued in a little wireless mic, that is powered by an USB-Battery inside the helmet. The battery also provides power to the fans, that are clearing the fog of the lenses.

The TK-Talkie itself is connected to an AKER Speaker behind the chestplate. The Receiver of the mic goes into the TK-Talkie. Also everything powered by a second USB-Battery. The TK-Talkie comes with different button options. Mine has one Push-button, that is going from the chestplate through the arm to the inside of the glove. The TK-Talkie has pre-installed Trooper-Setup. But it could also be loaded with own sounds. The system is controlled via an app on the mobile phone. The whole system works great, when everything is setup correctly. The Voice is changed to a radio-characteristic and it also gives the Radio-in and out sounds. Also the TK-Talkie provides random bits here and there, like background radio chatter. Pretty cool in my opinion. I can get off the helmet and release everything, cause there is no cable needed between helmet and chestplate.

If more information needed, I can pinpoint some of the products and give some photos.


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