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S.O.B.

Son-Ofa-Box

 

The Mic-Plug-Inline Sound Byte Box CB Noise Toy by Electronic Energy Source.

 

$49.95

 

The box shown on here is only 4x2x1; that can only hold a 3N1 and a Tweety Bird Whistle....

 
You need to decide on a box size that will hold the basic number of sound boards you initially want to start with and have room to add future sounds.  You also want to be able to install by  yourself any future additions.
 
We try to make it easy for you to add future sounds to our boxes as we always try to design them for the ease of the technician.
 
Size?  How many sounds would go like to have in the initial box ?  Which ones as a starter?

This is one that we made a year ago... it is shown as an example:

 
Do you want to make it portable or base style /and/or both?

The ones we post here are already made except for the IC Programming.  You choose the sounds. We can make boxes that have 3/6/9/12/15/18 and more... it all depends on what you want as prices will vary depending on the ordered device.  email us to get started.

Feel free to talk about building one of these for your next BIG addition to your CB station, or mobile.

$49.95 - Basic start price and item is Special Order    Please read FredTheRedneck's Note about it's basic structure.

 

 

"Eureka" !

 

FredTheRedneck's Notes About S.O.B. (Sound-Ofa-Box) Series -

Although puny and kind of restricted from the "Shop", I have been thinking (smell anything burning ?) about the

3N1 Sound Byte + Tweety Bird Sure Fire S.O.B. Module. After dragging my old proto-typing breadboard out and finally getting an older toy idea to work 100% right... I have placed some notes together for its construction.

The Case: The case is made from modified high quality electrical junction boxes. This gives the roughness of a steel case. Plastic and/or tin/aluminum cases aren't worth a hoot... especially in the trucking business... Those things made of plastic and aluminum won't take the normal wear and tear of your CB toy that you will want to move from radio to radio... truck2truck... so I have decided E.E.S. is going to  use steel... Better and Cheaper... Rugged above all considerations...and small in size.

Microphone Cord To Radio: A Coiled-Cord can sometimes create ground-loop-oscillations (audio squeals) when they are used on a sound-effect which is outside the radio.  To restrict this from happening, the Mic-Cord is made from external grade Intercom wire and cut at a length which requires it to be mounted near or on the outside case of the radio.  Heat shrink is used on the end of the cable to insure the mic-plug has good tensile strength holding the cord in place to help prevent the breakage of the wires inside the mic-plug.  Wire count has to be six (6) although only three are needed for any radio that you can still hear when the microphone is removed.  If you cannot hear your radio when the microphone is removed; then a 4th wire must be used.    Two wires are doubled up so longer life can be gotten from the Audio wire and the Transmit wire.

Normally all SOBs: are wired as Cobra/Uniden 4-pin; ; however if you have a different wired radio, we will provide the proper jack and plug wired for your radio BUT we must be told to do so when you initially place the order on eBay.  There will be a small fee added to the total price if we have to order a matching plug and jack for that radio.  If we already have a set that matches your radio, we will not charge extra.  This type FEE will be approximately $10.00.  There are on the market, microphone plug adapters that allow a 4-pin system item (like this SBB) to convert your mike end instantly and costs about $5.00 each.

Power Supply Cord: A standard grade CB Power cord is used and fused at no more than two (2A) amps. Electrical tie-in-line connectors will be sent with the device for easy attachment.

Positive Polarity Protected: Many a good toy has died during the split second connection of a reversed power cord, so PPP is a must.  The devise must have internal voltage regulation and unitized grounding.  This will make the case at a floating potential and will not arc if it happens to touch another "live wire" when tucked away in some of the CB mounting niches in a lot of trucks.

LED Indicators:  There will be three (3) LEDs on the box.  One Yellow LED will indicate that power is applied to the device which will not operate unless it is powered when connected.  There will be a Green LED to indicate that it is in the Receive Mode; and a Red LED to annotate it is in the Transmit Mode.

Tweety Bird Sure-Fire Whistle: This neat sound will be included in all the Sound Byte Beep Box series and will have the rapid repeat function made available through a standard push button switch accessible on the outside of the case front near the microphone connector.

3N1 Player with ZIF socket:  A ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) socket is recommended to be used in making all the 3N1 players for the S.O.B. series. This is a must for the device.  It is a bit more expensive, ($14.00 including shipping) but it will allow fast and easy change of the ISD-1420 IC used in the device.  Extra and different sounding chips made available for purchase will allow the user easy access and changing of the IC. This is made available in the case of a person getting tired of the sounds that were originally ordered in the device and want to change it.  The swapped ICs can be kept and switched with very little time and labor by removing the bottom case cover, flipping a lock lever on the IC socket and lifting the replaceable IC out by thumb and finger; drop in new IC and lock it in place.  If needed at that time, the 3N1 player has a volume control on the player board that allows the player volume to be matched to the radio with ease.

We will offer basic colors for the box in the near future. Black, Brown Red, Orange, 'Yaller' Green, Blue, Purple (Violate) , Gray, White, and Dark and Light Colored Stone textures. 

Keep checking on this site for more information.  Have a question about this device??? Send email to the site Webmaster.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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