The PMB Poltertune is another version of the PMB Paranormal Music Box, made in USA, without the costly, coffin shaped body of the Original PMB. The PMB is a phenomenal instrument that delivers results. The original PMB has been featured on TV’s Ghost Adventures and become an absolute favorite for investigators everywhere. Entities seem to be drawn to a music box that they can set off, making the PMBs extremely effective trigger objects.
How Does it Work?
The PMBs are sensitive to a person's/animal's skin temperature, in contrast to room temperature. No energy is emitted from the sensor, so it will not interfere with EMF detectors. When anything seen or unseen passes in front of the Poltertune, it lights up and a creepy tune will play. This makes it very easy to know when something is present!
The Poltertune version requires no calibration, so you can carry it around to investigate. However, you have to be careful not to “run into” any objects within the range or it will trigger the Poltertune.
How to Use
Insert 2 brand-name alkaline 9V batteries (not included). Simply move the switch forward. Music will play and the light will come on for a few seconds to show it’s working. Once it stops, the Poltertune is ready to use.
Easy to Use
60-inch (1.5 meter) or 40 inch (1 meter) detection options
Dimensions 7 ½ “L x 3 ¾” W x 1 ½ “ H (18 ½ cm L x 10cm W x 3cm H)
Weight 10 oz (284 g)
Made in USA
If you plan on investigating in smaller spaces or primarily use as a handheld, the 1 meter POLTERTUNE decreases the risk of false positives. It is important to distance the Poltertune properly, if the Poltertune is placed closer than the range of the beam, it will play continuously.
Be sure the 9V battery is inserted the correct way with + and – in the right position. If not, when you turn on the instrument, it will immediately ruin the electronic circuitry and make the instrument defective. There are not supposed to be any screws for the battery lid. The battery compartment comes with a hole for a screw. However, screws are not needed at all.