This product comes with the Faraday Sleeve Pouch and FREE MUSIC BALL SPEAKER.
The famous P-SB7 comes with the following:
- P-SB7 Rev. 04 Model (latest edition 2018)
- Flexible Faraday Sleeve Pouch
- Free Music Ball Snap-On Speaker (not sold separately)
- Speaker Includes USB connection for laptop or computer
- Noise-canceling circuitry on the FM channel
- Full AM sweep
- Equally Balanced FM and AM sweep so both can be heard
- Am refinements, creating more radio detail in the AM bandwidth giving you clearer sound during the sweep session.
SB7-FP Flexible Faraday Cage Pouch Shields Out Voice and Music During Your Sweep Sessions
Designed by DAS this flexible pouch was created to specifically shield your P-SB7 from receiving AM / FM music and talk radio signals. By positioning the P-SB7 at different locations within the Faraday Cage pouch, you can block ALL or portions of strong AM/FM channels. The SB7-FP Faraday Pouch is big enough to hold (1) P-SB7 and an amplified speaker as large an Altec Lansing, like the one Zak uses on Ghost Adventures. Can also be used for other “Ghost Boxes” and EVP recorders.
This accessory is perfect for the serious Spirit Box user because it will allow them to experiment by attenuating and “tweaking” the radio frequency reception during their sessions.
History of the P-SB7
I first introduced the P-SB7 on Ghost Adventures live in 2009 and have captured some of the most remarkable ITC communications in my lifetime. I personally love the AM mode, but occasionally use the FM mode as well. I am looking forward to the revisions on the new 2015 SB7 unit.
The FM frequency sweep method has clearly become the preferred technique used by Zak on Ghost Adventures and is used by paranormal enthusiasts worldwide.
“As an avid ITC researcher I do reccommend anyone getting this unit if you want a great ITC device to hold in your hand and capture DRVPs.
You can use the MP3 external speaker that comes with it or upgrade to your own high quality external speaker. I use the Altec Speaker during all my sessions.”
– Chris Fleming co-creator of the Spirit Box with Gary Galka.