Talker II by Digital Dowsing
This is another updated version of one of the popular products by Bill Chappell of Digital Dowsing.
The Talker II is an ITC communications tool
4 Phonetic speech modes:
- Mode 1: Phonetic Mode – Speech is formed by using phonemes, the basic blocks of human speech.
- Mode 2: Phonetic Mode w/White Noise – Speech is formed by using phonemes, the basic blocks of human speech, accompanied by White Noise.
- Mode 3: Reverse Phonetic Mode – Speech is formed by using phonemes, the basic blocks of human speech then played in reverse order.
- Mode 4: Reverse Phonetic Mode w/White Noise – Speech is formed by using phonemes, the basic blocks of human speech then played in reverse order, accompanied by White noise.
Changing The Gain Sensitivity:
The GAIN is the sensitivity of the device. The higher the Gain, the MORE sensitive; the lower the Gain, the LESS sensitive the device will be. The levels of the Gain range from 1 to 10. The factory default is set at 3. To increase or decrease the sensitivity, follow the steps below:
- While unit is turned OFF, press and hold the MODE button.
- Keep holding the MODE button and turn the unit on.
- Once the Red indicator lights come on, release the MODE button. The unit will keep repeating the level at which the gain is set.
- Press the MODE button to increase to the next level. The unit will announce the new level.
- Once you have reached the level of Gain you want, turn off the unit.
- When you reach Level 10, the unit will start over again at Level
- When you turn the unit back on, the Gain will be set to the new level.
- The Gain will stay at this level until you reset it.
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