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Unread 08-06-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
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Darth Vader-like voice changer?

I am looking for something that I can put inside of a helmet that will disguise my voice as close to Darth Vader as possible. I am not talking about that crappy helmet you can get at Toys R Us. I am looking for something that actually works that can be installed into a helmet. Or is there anything I can get where I make a specific tone or filter on my computer and put it on a device that will use a custom made filter for my voice I can then put inside a helmet?

Anything exist at all?
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Unread 08-07-2012, 03:08 AM   #2
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I'm afraid I'm not sure. But I do have an idea to how to do this.

Essentially you could rip out a voice modulator from a current voice current modulating toy like one of those Transformer helmets. Inside it, you should be able to modify the frequency and wavelength by altering the voltage if you were able to change out the the resistor for a potentiameter and the power source that ranges between the buzzers minimum and maximum power limits.

Of course there does exists schematics online to how you can build your own. It's just a matter if you're willing to go to a radioshack to get the parts and also if you know how to read the schematics and use a soldering iron.

Well I hope this helped.
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