Making a triphase configuration

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Making a triphase configuration

Post by doomn2099 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:18 pm

Hi, I want to make a triphase config but dont have the cable. My question is: can I connect the yellow cables from each cannel to each end of a rubber loop?. Also do I need to link the channels or can I still control the power of each cannel in triphase config. Also I would like to know in what position I put the elctrodes in a triphase config, I have rubber loops and a bipolar plug.
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Re: Making a triphase configuration

Post by Stimaddict » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:49 pm

TriPhase, or a 3-Electrode Setup, is simply just this:
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Stim boxes use a kind of alternating current waveform so there is NO positive or negative. For the "Common" electrode you can connect two red cables, two blacks, or one red and one black. In your case you have different coloured cables but the principle is the same.
doomn2099 wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:18 pm
can I connect the yellow cables from each cannel to each end of a rubber loop?
Yes. If you are using a Conductive Rubber loop as the 'Common' electrode you don't need a TriPhase cable or adapter. Simply plug in two cables (one from each channel) into both ends of the CR tubing and you're good to go.
doomn2099 wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:18 pm
Also do I need to link the channels or can I still control the power of each cannel in triphase config.
You just use the two channels as normal and adjust the power of each channel separately to whatever levels you like.
doomn2099 wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:18 pm
Also I would like to know in what position I put the elctrodes in a triphase config, I have rubber loops and a bipolar plug.
You need to experiment with different options. Here is one example:
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In this image (1) is the Common electrode - a CR loop just below the glans, (2) is your bipolar butt plug with just ONE wire connected, (3) is your second CR loop at the base of your cock.
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Re: Making a triphase configuration

Post by zappy » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:52 pm

Right, so with one of those conductive silicone tubes I can plug the two black electrodes in to each end of it to make the common electrode, right?

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Re: Making a triphase configuration

Post by joannesReviews » Fri Aug 16, 2019 4:02 pm

Yes, that is correct.
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Re: Making a triphase configuration

Post by gentlestimer » Sun Aug 18, 2019 7:24 pm

I love using my anal electrode, but its not always convenient. my go to tri-phase set up uses two loops and one large tens pad (5cm by 9cm).

the common is the pad, placed between my anus and ball sac. you have to do a bit of wire stripping to do this.

then, channel B at the base of my cock, and channel A just under the glands. Split A mode is great with this.

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Re: Making a triphase configuration

Post by estimbird » Sun Aug 18, 2019 9:40 pm

You can also use a plug (for example a PenisPlug or MicroSound ) in a tri-phase-setup. Use the plug, a loop below the glans and another loop at the base. I can't really suggest a favourite position for the common electrode, just experiment a bit.

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