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odd spiritbox evp
08-17-2016, 04:38 PM
Post: #21
RE: odd spiritbox evp
(08-17-2016 04:40 AM)mikaru Wrote:  Are you saying that it's possible to pick up music, steadily playing through the sweeps? I'm new at this and have much to learn.

There's more of a possibility to pick up and capture radio frequencies, and interference with most spirit box models. However, quality mini/ portable recorders are less prone to unwanted signals and noise.

The use of high quality either double or triple shielded audio or visual cables, can prevent most RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) and EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). It's quite appropriate to use high quality shielded cables, to avoid contamination within your recordings.
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08-17-2016, 06:29 PM
Post: #22
RE: odd spiritbox evp
(08-17-2016 04:40 AM)mikaru Wrote:  Are you saying that it's possible to pick up music, steadily playing through the sweeps? I'm new at this and have much to learn.

Yes, it is absolutely possible if they operate the way they have been described to me. I haven't examined any of these devices myself, but understand a few things about radio signals. First there is such a thing as bandwidth. This means that if a radio station broadcasts at 92.5 you can pick it up to varying degrees at, possibly, anywhere from 92.2 to 92.8. Depending on how far an EVP apparatus shift frequency and how long it dwells on a frequency you can pick up both music and recognizable voices from a broadcasting radio station.

"Wait," I hear someone saying, "I set my EVP to scan backwards." Makes no difference. If you are picking up the same radio station from 92.8 down to 92.2 you are still receiving that station's broadcast.

Couple this with something that I explained somewhere else on this site, the possibility that a strong radio signal can "ride" or "hitchhike" on the carrier wave of another radio station. This means you can pick up one station while tuned to another completely different station if the signal is strong enough. You might notice this if you drive under a radio antenna and suddenly hear a different radio station or if you drive under high tension wires and momentarily hear another station.

Given all that it is completely possible to hear strains of the same song or same voice over an EVP device.

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08-17-2016, 07:21 PM
Post: #23
RE: odd spiritbox evp
(08-17-2016 06:29 PM)Darkforeboding Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 04:40 AM)mikaru Wrote:  Are you saying that it's possible to pick up music, steadily playing through the sweeps? I'm new at this and have much to learn.

Yes, it is absolutely possible if they operate the way they have been described to me. I haven't examined any of these devices myself, but understand a few things about radio signals. First there is such a thing as bandwidth. This means that if a radio station broadcasts at 92.5 you can pick it up to varying degrees at, possibly, anywhere from 92.2 to 92.8. Depending on how far an EVP apparatus shift frequency and how long it dwells on a frequency you can pick up both music and recognizable voices from a broadcasting radio station.

"Wait," I hear someone saying, "I set my EVP to scan backwards." Makes no difference. If you are picking up the same radio station from 92.8 down to 92.2 you are still receiving that station's broadcast.

Couple this with something that I explained somewhere else on this site, the possibility that a strong radio signal can "ride" or "hitchhike" on the carrier wave of another radio station. This means you can pick up one station while tuned to another completely different station if the signal is strong enough. You might notice this if you drive under a radio antenna and suddenly hear a different radio station or if you drive under high tension wires and momentarily hear another station.

Given all that it is completely possible to hear strains of the same song or same voice over an EVP device.
Thank you for that. I do recall listening to the radio while driving through a few states and these things happen.

I'm excited to learn these things, but kind of bummed out that the likelihood of ever speaking to my parents and friends again is slim to none.
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