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1 hour ago, MaskedVengeance said:

The TrooperTalk iOS app seems to be pretty popular, but still requires an amp, as does the iComm system, which is more costly. There are several threads discussing these options.


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I will have to look for them

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9 hours ago, Von Goodleef said:

Has anyone used Stormtrooper voice changers from Hytech Toyz?

If so what is your opinion of them? And are the low budget voice changers good for a beginner TK build. My armor is on the way.

Thanks in advance.

I would steer well clear of the one from Hytech Toyz, Alan.  I bought on years ago (I doubt they have changed much, if any), used it one time and tossed it.  Many troopers do well with a 10 watt Aker amp and a headset (or throat style) microphone.  It doesn't change your voice too much, but is solid and reliable.

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1 hour ago, justjoseph63 said:

I would steer well clear of the one from Hytech Toyz, Alan.  I bought on years ago (I doubt they have changed much, if any), used it one time and tossed it.  Many troopers do well with a 10 watt Aker amp and a headset (or throat style) microphone.  It doesn't change your voice too much, but is solid and reliable.

AAwesome. Thank you for the good advice. I will look into it. I can't wait for my BBB day =')  where is the best place to get all of the snaps and fasteners at. I've seen some places to get all of them from one source.

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To be honest, although it takes a bit of time and effort making your own is really not that difficult.  The various sizes/lengths of nylon webbing, elastic and snaps can be purchased either online (like ebay) or at a craft store like Joanne Fabrics or Michael's.

I have the list of materials you will need in my Supplies thread and a tutorial here.

I know at one time Sarah @Alay was selling a whole pre-made kit, but you may want to contact here to make sure those are still available.

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4 minutes ago, justjoseph63 said:

To be honest, although it takes a bit of time and effort making your own is really not that difficult.  The various sizes/lengths of nylon webbing, elastic and snaps can be purchased either online (like ebay) or at a craft store like Joanne Fabrics or Michael's.

I have the list of materials you will need in my Supplies thread and a tutorial here.

I know at one time Sarah @Alay was selling a whole pre-made kit, but you may want to contact here to make sure those are still available.

I guess I meant by fasteners is all the snaps and rivets and screws. I'm going with the strap method to fasten my armor together. Do you still sell all of the hardware?

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The bucket will come with all the correct hardware from Dave, so all you should need are the split rivets for the ab/kidney.  I don't sell the snaps, but if you like I can send you a set of the correct rivets (including washers) and TD (Thermal Detonator) screws for $3.00 plus $4.00 postage (They have to be sent as a package, but it includes tracking).  Just PM me if interested.

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54 minutes ago, justjoseph63 said:

The bucket will come with all the correct hardware from Dave, so all you should need are the split rivets for the ab/kidney.  I don't sell the snaps, but if you like I can send you a set of the correct rivets (including washers) and TD (Thermal Detonator) screws for $3.00 plus $4.00 postage (They have to be sent as a package, but it includes tracking).  Just PM me if interested.

AAwesome thank you

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As mentioned, I do sell these still:

 

You can source all the bits and pieces pretty easily as well through some of the links Joseph provided :) 

 

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