I Am Going To Build A StereoStim E-stim Control Box
I am hoping to build one without frying my pussy lips!
Anyone who knows me or reads my blog will know that I adore E-stim or Electrosex. I can quickly achieve some fantastic hands-free orgasms using the electrodes and control boxes that I have, and it has me wanting more regarding both power and features.
My all-time favourite e-stim control box is my 2B from E-Stim Systems, it ticks all of the boxes and is a fantastic machine. It's some of its advanced features such as the amazing audio function that has me curious to try new electrode combinations, as well as the illusive Tri-phase set up. This is an electrode and cable setup where the stimulations feel almost 3D and can move around inside your body. The thought of that has me gagging to give it a go.
You can create an account for free on SmartStim.com and benefit from immediate access to some amazing advice from some very serious e-stim players.I recently joined an amazing forum called SmartStim.com and it's a wealth of advice and knowledge of the whole estim scene. It was whilst reading a multitude of posts there about triphase that I learned of the freely available plans to make your own Stereostim system. It was like a lightbulb ighting up in my mind acccompanied by a 'Ding' noise when I read about it. I just have to try one and the only way to do that is to build one for myself.
Here is a draft design of the finished projects front panel
Now then, I'm certainly no electronic engineer (although I have dabbled in the world of arduino projects) but the plans are pretty straightforward, and it utilises a commercially available amplifier to do the complicated work. The rest is just wiring, switches and other necessary electronic components. I'm making it sound easy but I imagine it won't be and building one is a monumental task I am setting myself, but I am determined to give it a go in my quest for more orgasms.
I plan on blogging about the whole build process so that anyone else who follows in my footsteps can learn from my experiences and mistakes of course. My first plan is to do lots more reading on SmartStim.com and to start procuring all of the components. I will then build it in a modular form on the desk without worrying about a housing. That way I can construct something that works before breaking it down and putting it into its housing. I want to give the box a medical look as this machine will be great for medical roleplay scenes.
Here is a block diagram of the circuit
This is going to be a hell of a ride, and I hope to come out of it without setting my pubes on fire or frying my fanny lips. Fingers crossed on that one anyway. So wish me luck, and I will keep you posted.
UPDATE 25/1/18: Parts are now arriving and I am getting excited now to start the build.
So far I have received a four way five pole switch, various plugs and sockets, the LED's and their metal holders, some connectors and the 12V media player that the system will run around.
UPDATE 28/1/18: I have been playing around with some bits and bobs and have managed to build an Arduino based VU meter that is working well. I'm not sure if it will make it into the final build but it gives me something to do whilst waiting for the rest of the components to arrive.
My build is now underway slowly, you can follow the build on my build diary.
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Sergey Thursday, 11 April 2019 14:59
I recommend you to place boost module in your diagram before amplifier - it would be much more simpler to implement.
One more thought - how do you plan to connect led indicators? Undoubtedly, there will be some caveats.
So, if you interested in assistance in field of electronics - you can contact me by mail (I'm a PhD in ACS engineering, have a very good skills in electronics and interested in estim thematics).
P.S. Sorry for my not very good English - I'm from Russia.
Wish you luck,
Sergey Friday, 12 April 2019 09:44
In such case you do not need LED's at all: in simple words, transformer output is always AC. And any combination (such as tri-phase configuration) of non-shifted (i.e. without DC offset) AC currents, is always AC. So, in your design there will never occur a DC current.
About booster: I haven't seen those design from smartstim.com (BTW, may be you can provide URL?), but I think booster there is something like resistor-based attenuator with bypass switch. Am I right? If so, those resistors must have enough power rating and will spread significant amount of heat during work. That's not very good (but acceptable). Better is to place same construct (attenuator + bypass switch) before amplifier. In such case there will be less energy lost as heat.
And because you suppose to use D-class amplifier, you can consider additional autonomous power source such as battery or accumulator, because it has good energy efficiency.