I was thinking about adding a voice modifier to my helmet once I finish it, to give it the sound like I'm talking through a radio or something similar. Does anyone think this is a good idea, and if so, any recommendations?
Alright, thanks. Though I'll be making a custom set from Reach, not Master Chief.
I don't mean to bump this but I wondering which one to get. I have been looking at them since I'm doing so much updating but where do you put the external speaker?I personally use an AKER MR2300 in all of my costumes. If you get it directly from the manufacturer they also do the TK TrooperTalk which adds in radio static as a squelch circuit like the Stormtroopers in Star Wars have for their comm links. It's a cool kit and 501st approvable so if you're looking at ever doing a Stormtrooper or Clone then you can double dip.
I just use mine for ambient music for my costumes and an in helmet microphone so that I don't have to yell through plastic/foam/metal to be heard at a convention.
In my ODST I keep the speaker in the command pouch of my chest rig and in my Spartan I have it inside the chest plate. Reach Spartans have a bit of extra room compared to the other versions but you can probably bury a speaker in a "backpack" thruster or power plant depending on the Spartan generation and armour variant.I don't mean to bump this but I wondering which one to get. I have been looking at them since I'm doing so much updating but where do you put the external speaker?