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- Requires 3 AA Batteries - NOT INCLUDED
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Voice MasterExcellent Voice Synthesizer!Voice changer speaker with microphone will distort your voice to sound like a scary monster, a high pitched alien voice, or amplify your own voice! Comes with a belt clip and a self-lock strip for easy wear. There is enough wire to run from belt to mouth, and you can put the microphone inside your mask or clip to your shirt collar. Or you can run the wire down your sleeve and hold the mic in your hand. Be creative and switch between voices. Tapping the mic makes a creepy static noise, too. Requires 3 AA batteries, not included.Standard
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I would NOT buy this product. It's extremely cheap looking. It might have worked out if the seller hadn't just tossed it in a plastic bag type mailer, the type used for soft fluffy clothes, and had instead used a bubble mailer. Even then though, it's obviously a cheap product, wouldn't expect it to last more than a couple weeks. I wish I had been the one to be ordering this, my husband was, because I would have tried to point out how cheap the item looks.
The monster sounds real close to Kylos voice amd much more clear then the black series helmet voice changer. The mic comes with a belt clip style for a collared shirt and a piece to slide mount it in a mask. Suprisingly the output speaker is loud about a 7 level of loudness(10 being high). Robot voice sounds like a trade federation droid. Voice amp is your voice just louder. Belt clip is a bit flimsy so attatching speakerbox would need modding.
If you're buying this for cosplay of voice changer for a helmet, youve found the right item!.
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It felt like a really cheap material and the cable to the microphone is sensitive and thin.
I think the price was a little high for the quality, packing and not shipping the right item.
Overall 3 out of 5.