He is fully operational via remote control and now has a voice.
Now I was going to build some complex sound unit however after talking to my buddy Dan (the guy who build my TARDIS sound and light circuit) he suggested I used a headset. However my voice isnt quite the voice I wanted for K9 but the idea did plant a seed and I found a headset the plugged into a transmitter, now if it can take a headset why not my iPhone. I've a number of sound bites on my phone so this would work out perfect.
|Headset $18 on eBay|
|700w Amplifier $19 on ebay|
And now the video:
I'm pretty sure this isnt the last of the K-9 build diary, there's always something else to do... like maybe one day having the laser attached and retract but for now MY K-9 is complete
Thank you to all those who followed the build and I hope that anyone who decides they want to attempt a K9 build of their own finds some of the information ive posted over the past 15 weeks useful.