Micro Tesla Tower – tone/scratch/wire/mirror/toroid audio !
Some fun playing SL2 – On a Ragga Tip, through my Windsor Tesla tower. Following successful audio and plasma experiments that were unrelated, here I combine them. The Space Shuttle seen in other recent vids sent plasma from the wire behind it to the Tesla tower, so I wondered about using such a trick when playing audio through the plasma. Then it was found that the toroid that’s been sat on the top works well to adjust tone and give (minimal) bass response. No soldered connections are needed for plasma from the toroid pieces above the tower and so I show the pieces being taken away and the plasma still working. Then, the addition of a piece of plastic type mirror is placed on the top, which the plasma has no trouble with. The wire is then swapped for another and all carries on. Nothing is optimised, but it does show the range of effects and fun that can be had with this sort of thing 🙂 Slayer exciter circuit (see GBluer’s channel). A1020 transistor at 7.5V from a 3V-12V wall adapter. Audio is from the earphone of the PC speakers, one connection to Ground, the other to the Base of the transistor.