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A question regarding the Spirit Box P-SB7
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I am very interesting in testing out an EVP Recording device, however, I am still very skeptical.

I've watched a few videos that deal with various different products, and in all honesty, a lot of them just seem ridiculous. Although, I found that the Spirit Box P-SB7 seems as though it may be the most reliable.

I am looking for an EVP Recorder that relays in Real-Time, doesn't absolutely have to record and save the information (as the sessions would always include a video camera), and the most important feature needs to be a device that skims through audio frequencies that only consist of White-Noise, rather than on-air radio stations.

I believe the Spirit Box P-SB7 has all of these features. That, with the low price, is idealistic, in my opinion.

However, I would still like to know everyone else's opinion on that particular product, as well as any other products you may suggest. (to be clear, price isn't a deciding factor at all)
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#2
People you need for this are U.N.R. and Chris they are the experts in this field.
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#3
There is NO such thing as experts in this field. You can have people who know photography. People who are building inspectors. Videography specialists. You can have people who are constantly learning in search of knowledge. But if you see a claimed expert RUN.
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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(05-15-2014, 06:49 PM)UglyNRude Wrote: There is NO such thing as experts in this field. You can have people who know photography. People who are building inspectors. Videography specialists. You can have people who are constantly learning in search of knowledge. But if you see a claimed expert RUN.

I would add, steer clear of anyone charging money in this field.
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#5
Hahaha, I am well aware of those points. I realize that nothing in the subject of the Paranormal is currently concrete. However, I am still interested in finding what may be a more accurate product.

As I said, I am very skeptical when it comes down to all Paranormal Products, but, still interested!
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#6
My personal experiences with a P-SB7 has been basically dismissing what actually is vocally emitted by the device and going after EVP's found in the white noise it generates. If you're going to play with one, get a detuned one. They're supposedly not landing on any radio stations.

Sony has a good "live play" recorder. I do believe the Zooms also have this feature. Zoom's are really pricey, if money is not a issue I would recommend the zoom.
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(05-15-2014, 02:09 PM)M1cr0b1al Wrote: I am very interesting in testing out an EVP Recording device, however, I am still very skeptical.

I've watched a few videos that deal with various different products, and in all honesty, a lot of them just seem ridiculous. Although, I found that the Spirit Box P-SB7 seems as though it may be the most reliable.

I am looking for an EVP Recorder that relays in Real-Time, doesn't absolutely have to record and save the information (as the sessions would always include a video camera), and the most important feature needs to be a device that skims through audio frequencies that only consist of White-Noise, rather than on-air radio stations.

I believe the Spirit Box P-SB7 has all of these features. That, with the low price, is idealistic, in my opinion.

However, I would still like to know everyone else's opinion on that particular product, as well as any other products you may suggest. (to be clear, price isn't a deciding factor at all)

I've had some particularly specific and interesting results from my P-SB7. Those results caused me to proclaim loudly, pareidolia, my (insert expletive I can't use here).
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#8
We use it on occasions when there might be other noise contamination that we might accidentally misidentify as an EVP. The problem with the P-SB7 is that it can be highly objective because you will get bits and pieces of radio frequency. One of the techniques that we use is to ask for specific responses. For instance, we ask the spirits to use a 'key word' that you wouldn't normally hear on the radio. I've been surprised at how clear the words will come through if you are in an active enough location. Also, remember, it really needs to have other evidence to back it up such as Melmeter readings, temperature changes, or photographic/video evidence. That will lend some credibility to it. We use our box primarily for fun and not to use as evidence to present to a client just because of the objectivity of it. I would recommend buying one just be careful what you present as 'evidence'.
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(05-15-2014, 06:49 PM)UglyNRude Wrote: There is NO such thing as experts in this field. You can have people who know photography. People who are building inspectors. Videography specialists. You can have people who are constantly learning in search of knowledge. But if you see a claimed expert RUN.

Lol.. certainly more expert than I am but how about more knowledgeable...will that do? Smile
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