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I want a simple circuit made.  An eletret microphone on one end and an earplug
on the other, sensitive as possible.

I tried it with a FM transmitter and radio, but the sound I was trying to
amplify didn't
come across.

I can paypal or Bpay your CC, $50 - $100

Herc
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No one here can design a circuit?  My brother would get this running in 30 mins
in a jiffy box.

I ordered a super ear commercial unit used for TV, lectures, birdwatching, but
The Truman Company seems to override any electronic devices I have with voice
overs.  So something with basic circuitry, no IC might work.  Then I'll figure
out
how to record it and digitise it and upload it without being sabotaged somehow.

Herc

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These books may be of some assistance to you:

http://www.rabooks.com.au/product_info.php?cPath37%1_417&products_id48%13

http://www.rabooks.com.au/product_info.php?cPath37%1_417&products_id48%82

There was also a recent book about an Australian man who has become a
successful author and corresponds with Steven King but I can't remember
the title of the book he wrote about his experiences, reviewed in the
Australian newspaper.

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**Problem solved.


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Trevor Wilson
www.rageaudio.com.au



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Maybe he could build you one then.  I'm sure he could do with the $50 .

geoff



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He hasn't answered my emails for a few months.  OK since you have to
design and test a new circuit, though you can probably look one up, we
can go over $100.  You can't use an IC though.  Intel might sneak a little
radio receiver in there and cancel their signal.  The Truman Show will be
going public soon and you'll all wonder why you were so blind to the truth.

Herc


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 But they could equally sneak a little radio receiver (to more to the point,
transmitter)   into a tranistor package, or a capacitor, so either way
you're screwed.  Or they may already have them in the other equipment you
are using.

geoff

"Paranoia strikes deep in the heartland" - Paul Simon, Have A Good Time



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Oh, oh, perhaps "they" got him?!
Either that or he's stuck on the LOST island.

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Rubbish, they haven't got their claws that deep into the component suppliers
(yet).
What they do is much simpler and more clandestine, they simply sneak into
your house at night and plant the bugs inside your gear.
I suggest you start with a systematic dismantling and checking of all your
gear, starting with your computer and modem. Repeat daily.
Be very thorough!

Dave.
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Oatley Electronics still have the kit for the Sooper Snooper, by the look of
it.
$22.00
Dead easy to asemble.
I don't think Oatley ever sold a tinfoil helmet, but a bit of Googling would
unearth plenty of instruction manuals on how to make, maintain, tune, and
use a foil helmet.
Not only do they prevent Them from reading your thoughts, but they keep out
The Voices.
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Nuts I just spent $80 on a commercial unit, from US.  I'll try the kit if that
fails.
Maybe my soldering will improve from last time.
They talk over my TV, laptop, MP3, radio, so I doubt any commercial unit will
work.
The TV and radio they could just be overpowering the radio signal, they talk over
TVs in shops as I walk past, but how did they get in my MP3 player?
They can sneak in your place, pretty easy with a mind reading satellite
monitoring
everyone near by, twice they put new songs on some of my tapes.

Herc

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Yeah, they are sneaky alright. They have changed out (and deleted) my Abba
MP3 collection and substituted Kenny Burell concerts. I hope Obama can do
something to stop it all.

Rheilly P



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  Dude have you got wireless ethernet on your computer?

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No, wireless broadband modem.

Herc

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I have theory about signal induction on the auditory nerve but it would
require a 2.45 GHz radio signal such as that used by bluetooth and
802.11B and G as well as microwave ovens.

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Dude - it's not your soldering that you need help with. Have you sought
professional medical help ? Are you taking your meds ?

Seiously.

geoff



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Why would they need to bother, they can already monitor all phone calls, and
all internet traffic. The only thing they would need a bug for is any
private conversations in your house. The big problem is actually processing
billions of phone calls, emails etc. every day, so usually the information
is found to be available only after something has actually happened. Just
like the millions of security camera's in public areas are mostly used to
identify criminals after they have committed a crime. Sometimes they get
lucky of course.

MrT.



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You've missed the point. They're only monitoring this guy ;). So they
can do far more sophisticated things on a single mark. However it's
probably too late, since he's already been abducted and had the implants
put inside his head. Those G-men can be really sneaky, and can hear you
through your powerpoints...

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It's a union thing, they have to keep the spies gainfully employed on the
ground. Now the cold war is over and the finacial crisis has hit, it's just
cheaper to give them black vans and let'em cruise the local neighborhoods.

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Yep, they do that to special people like Herc.

Dave.
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Bugs are so 1900s, read minds from space much easier, and implant ideas too.  20
year old tech,
soon to be public.

Herc

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They are cunningly altering your emails too.  They seem to be substituting
an "H" for a "J".

geoff



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