New, New TardisBuilders!
Started by Rox, Aug 27, 2008, 08:21 pm
Quote from: Theta Sigma on Aug 23, 2009, 02:13 amI use this for my TARDIS sound effects. It's cheap ($10), records good quality audio, and easy to use. It's also powerful enough to directly drive a speaker. I have mine setup to play a demat sound, then a materialization sound on the next press of the play button. Pressing the reset button puts it back to demat sound. It's easy to record sounds into this unit by attaching the input to the output of your computer's soundcard. Or, you can use the built-in microphone, but the sound quality won't be as good. You can buy them here:Datasheet here: If you want modules that record longer or less than the 60 second model shown here, you can order modules with different record times here:Of course you could probably find these elsewhere other than Digi-key, but that's just where I buy them.Kevin
Quote from: BioDoctor900 on Sep 08, 2011, 02:48 pmI live in the UK and I want to get a sound recorder and light modulator for my TARDIS lantern. I want to get it as cheep as possible, preferably under £20 if I can as I have a limited budget. Can anyone help me?BioDoctor900