After three E-Stim Specials there stream of questions which box is good doesn’t stop. So one box after another I am trying to still your thirst of opinion on the basis of every good e-stim scene. As a nice surprise after a very stressful week at work I got the ElectraStim SensaVox in the mail yesterday.
It is their top of the line power box. So let’s see what can be found in the black, foam padded plastic case which has a little storage compartment for leads and toys, a battery and the jacket-adapter.
The SensaVox itself measures 143x78x33mm and weights 200g without a battery. On the top left there is the power soft-touch button, in the middle the rotary control to modify the programs and on the top right the boost button. Below them symmetrically laid out are the rotary controls for the two channels and the display for the intensity setting. Right in the middle of the box the are the two soft-touch buttons for the program selection and the display for the current program is between them.
The box can either be plugged into the socket. It comes with a power unit with adapters for the four major socket layouts.
If you want to be mobile like on parties, it can also run on battery. So when buy on the run to a play party you can have fun out of the box.
Since it is a dual channel box it comes with two 120cm long 2mm plug to 2mm pin leads.
To fully take advantage of the audio features of the SensaVox it comes with 205cm long 3.5mm jack line-in audio cable with gold plated jacks to connect your MP3 player with the box…
a 3.5mm female to female adapter if you have you want to use the output of your stereo system and need to enhance the line-in cable length…
and finally a microphone to catch the sub’s or surrounding’s noises.
For a first glimpse into the potential of box’s audio features there is a CD-ROM with a few audio tracks to be input into the box. It also contains the manual in French, German, Dutch, Spanish and Italian.
The printed manual only comes in English and is full color. After a short into of how the box works, there are in-depth descriptions of every program and the way they can be modified. If you don’t have the manual with you and are in doubt there is a stick on the back of the box with a program list and a guide for which cable the different sockets around the box are.
I can’t wait to spend some quality time with the SensaVox. With extensive audio features and 9 programs it promises to be great fun.
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