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CallMeMrTibbles

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  1. Looking forward to seeing your pics. Thanks for this
  2. No worries for how long it takes to reply. We all have stuff going on outside of this. All good Someone with more experience of anovos armor may well chip in here, but while we're waiting on that... Could you take some measurements and post them here, to make sure you don't have some components that are smaller than adult size (just a sanity check). Imagine a straight line running down your spine (all the way under your butt), and measure the back, kidney and butt dimensions along that line. Pretty sure someone else here will also have anovos armor so can compare the measurements. You never know, and it's good to be sure first before looking at other options. Rich
  3. Great progress! Looking forward to more posts
  4. Cool will do. I remember he said in one video that the new v5 software could do more stuff, but like I said, terrible memory! Will post here what he says for everyone's benefit
  5. Is chatter a specific setting (like having something constantly running in the back ground)? If yes, that wasn't what I was planning. I was thinking to have a handful of very short (.5 to 1 second) individual samples that I would trigger one at a time to play once. I think from the TRamp instruction video you can have a play list that you step through (could easily be wrong, I have a terrible memory). Does any of that sound right / make sense, and would it still disable the static bursts?
  6. I'd heard that it was possible to wear it around your neck, but hadn't seen any pics. Thanks Dan. I've already ordered mine with the remote switches (doh), but kinda have an idea how I'll use it. Was thinking of having some TK chatter where you can't make out whats being said. A few different different versions, so its not obvious I'm just playing the same thing everytime. If I need to move on from someone that's being really chatty I could play it and pretend I'm being ordered to somewhere else. Other thing I was thinking was to have various craft sounds (tie fighter, millennium falcon, speeder bike, etc) play it and look around and say stuff like, oh, you just missed it. This may not work out of course, and as the others have said I may never use it. 'All the gear and no idea' maybe
  7. 17 down 7 to go Bit of a jump from last time. What's that in the sky? Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
  8. Opinions after using my Bluetooth setup for a while around the house... No pairing or connection issues. Microphones (ive positioned behind the ears) pick up the signal from the Bluetooth transmitter if its too close; to a lesser extent so do the mic wires. You hear this as a kind of data interference. Making sure the Bluetooth transmitter is away from the mics and cables removes all but the occasional barely audible burst. In a quiet house you can hear the burst, but on a troop I don't think you'd hear it. For me putting the Bluetooth transmitter between the hovi tips works best, but depending on your setup and wiring you'd have to experiment. Once I moved the Bluetooth transmitter the audio is clear. I'm also running a fan system (Troopacoola with remote control) from a separate Anker USB powerbank, and have no noticeable interference or problems with that.
  9. Remaining battery life and approximate distance to changing room / toilet
  10. Really wanted to be on that troop myself. So close to where I grew up and where my family still live.
  11. One of the most fun builds to follow. Great work and ingenuity, and awesome to see it being used
  12. Hi Cley, I'm only a year behind in adding my welcome, but better late than never! And just in time for your BBB. Looking forward to seeing your build
  13. Can't help with the circuit issues, but very impressed with your work. Takes helmet geek-ery to a whole new level. Now, if you could just implement a working HUD into the lenses that would be great!
  14. Bluetooth transmitter turned up today. Works perfectly. Far better than having wires to deal with when putting my helmet on. Here's the link to the transmitter and receiver cable for my in ears monitors. KZ APTX HD Lossless Transmission CSR8675 Bluetooth Module 5.0 Wireless Upgrade Cable Detachable Cord (B PIN) https://www.amazon.<abbr title="Commanding Officer">co</abbr>.uk/dp/B07RP8PM8P/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_5FAHG5EZMADBEXQKYDED TROND Bluetooth V5.0 Transmitter Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Audio Adapter, AptX Low Latency, Smart Codec Indicator, 2 Devices Simultaneously, for TV, Home Sound System https://www.amazon.<abbr title="Commanding Officer">co</abbr>.uk/dp/B01K8ANDCI/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_5S1Q87KFJE79YT1MBX70?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  15. The Bluetooth transmitter turned up today. Works perfectly. Far better than having wires to deal with when putting my helmet on. Here's the link to the transmitter and receiver cable for my in ears monitors. KZ APTX HD Lossless Transmission CSR8675 Bluetooth Module 5.0 Wireless Upgrade Cable Detachable Cord (B PIN) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07RP8PM8P/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_5FAHG5EZMADBEXQKYDED TROND Bluetooth V5.0 Transmitter Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Audio Adapter, AptX Low Latency, Smart Codec Indicator, 2 Devices Simultaneously, for TV, Home Sound System https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01K8ANDCI/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_5S1Q87KFJE79YT1MBX70?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  16. Cool. Can definitely see the appeal in a solution that stays in the bucket. Much less messing around when getting ready. I'll let you know how the wireless works out in case you need to go that route, and I'll be following to see if you find a helmet speaker solution that works well [emoji106]
  17. If you're open to ANH or ESB then you may have more options. I needed bigger armour and RWA has a XL options in all parts. If you look at their YouTube channel they have some videos showing sizes of some of the parts. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt_lWzaSmADNiCC8TkZyfwg There are other armour suppliers that can make different sizes, such as RS Propmasters, but I've not used those myself. Here's a thread that looks at some other suppliers https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/12693-which-armor-is-better-for-a-bigger-trooper-read-here/
  18. I'll get in touch with Tony and let him know. What would a good way to let other detachments know (as she's also makes non-TK stuff? Post on 501st forum?
  19. You've made me want to try wireless now [emoji1] Seeing as I already have the Bluetooth adaptor for my in ears, I've just ordered a Bluetooth transmitter. Will let you know how I get on. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01K8ANDCI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_A2T65QGA17M5NPCGXKZ0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  20. If you're looking at apple ear buds I guess that means you're looking at a Bluetooth wireless system(?) I haven't gone that way with my helmet (yet), but you can buy 3rd party adaptors for in ear monitors to make them wireless. I got these for my UE in ears for regular music listening and they worked great. Just got to make sure you get the right connector type for your in ears. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07RN6RYPV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_V5YNCHMQFTZEQF7YEP2V?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  21. You've probably already looked at this, but if scroll to near the bottom of the first page I posted the pics of how I mounted my mics https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/47747-ukswrath-hearing-assist-how-are-others-installing-it/
  22. Not using UKSwrath system. Built up the velleman mk136 kit, which looks similar, and is easier to source in the UK. Also, enjoy soldering so was a fun little project.
  23. Ah, hence the apple ear buds. Gotcha. Yeah, the cable is a bit of a fiddle. I know what you mean about the cost. They're good (you'd hope so), but it was painful parting with the money. Amazing how expensive audio stuff can get. Just for research, look up high end studio monitors. Enough to make your wallet bleed!
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