How does V2K - Voice to skull work?

Brownhunter

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Greetings,

I have always been fascinated by sound or the generally usual application of it. You see, I occasionally search for peculiar experiments and recently discovered the phenomenon of V2K - Voice to skull.

Definition of V2K - Voice to Skull:

A silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals. NOTE: The sound modulation may be voice or audio subliminal messages. One application of V2K is use as an electronic scarecrow to frighten birds in the vicinity of airports.

Overall you cannot hear the sound but your brain can still interpret the words. Some have claimed this is done via high or lower frequencies or microwaves. This can travel through brick walls or metal.

One article even claimed an local was performing this experiment against them, which caused forced speech. E.g Forcing them to listen to an song.

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So I started to wonder, how could this actually be done? Sending silent sound, where you cannot quite hear it and has the ability to travel through walls still? Surely it cannot be an standard speaker?

I wondered what equipment or method did they say to perform this?

One said stated:

'In actual fact, a suitably modified amateur radio transmitter operating in either the 420 to 450 megahertz band or the 1.3 gigahertz band, with a highly directional antenna, is capable of transmitting voice to skull signals at less cost than the price of an automobile.'

They are a very faint sound, therefore a person interprets them as their own thoughts. Since they are a very faint sound, only those things that are know to a person can be manipulated. Put it simply they won’t be able to teach you Chinese. An example of this is that if a person says a sentence very slowly and close to your ears, then you will only understand it if you know it or parts of it, otherwise your interpretation of what’s being said would be different as compared to what was actually said

SUSCEPTIBLE TO HYPNOSIS - “…In actual fact, a suitably modified amateur radio transmitter operating in either the 420 to 450 megahertz band or the 1.3 gigahertz band, with a highly directional antenna, is capable of transmitting voice to skull signals at less cost than the price of an automobile. In addition to simply driving a target crazy, voice to skull can cause far more severe damage to a targeted person if instead of audible voice, one of several types of SUBLIMINAL voice is transmitted instead.

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Other suggested using an alternated high or low frequency to perform this.

What do you think? What equipment would be used or is it possible to use an radio to create Audible sound?
 

Yami

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This is neat, but I don't think I'd agree with this:
"They are a very faint sound, therefore a person interprets them as their own thoughts."
If I started to hear speech in my head I don't see why I'd interpret them as my own thoughts! I'd probably question why I'm hearing speech in my head with no obvious external source.
 

Joe C

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My wife is deaf in one ear and at one time she did use what they call a BAHA (bone anchored hearing aid) This involved an audio processor (very small) mounted to a post that was implanted into her skull. It did work to help her hearing on her right side but the post would not heal and the quality of the sound was very poor. She had the post removed, although lately she has seen updated models of these devices that are supposed to be much better. The processor picks up sound waves and uses a persons skull to transmit the sound waves to the good ear. It provides a more normal stereo affect that we normally hear with both ears. This tech originally is from the U.K. because the U.K. is ahead of the U.S. for this type of tech.
https://www.healthyhearing.com/help/hearing-aids/bone-anchored
So yes there is a type of tech using your skull already in use for hearing.
But not for the type of hearing that the op is referring too
 
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