Wireless transmitter/receiver issues with home-built caller
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Thanks, Red. Even though your awesome technical info is way over my head, I understand your point. I already had the iPod, so I call that "free". I already owned my Audio Technica wireless system so I also regard that as free. eBay prices for the 'affordable' Nady, Azden, Audio-Technica sets are usually in the $100-$150 range unless you find a used one. Radio Shack amp & speaker, a couple jacks and a Plano box did not set me back very much - probably under $50. Buying high-end Sennheiser, Shure or other professional grade, battery-powered wireless audio components would push the cost beyond the MSRP for a FoxPro Fury. Impossible to justify. Your opinion is solid and well founded but I guess I need to ask a higher authority on the subject... What do the COYOTES think? If anyone uses a home-built eCaller with the affordable (Nady, Azden, Audio-Technica, etc) wireless components, are you having success? I get the coyotes to answer my locator sounds and the magpies and crows always show up quickly looking for the free meal but I have not seen coyotes coming in to my eCaller sounds when using the wireless set-up. I realize it could be 'good enough' sound but maybe I'm doing something else wrong. The variables are plenty.
So my friend, if you have an economy wireless device, don't expect good frequency response or a nice, clean transmitted sound signal. When purchasing, building or assembling any audio product, the frequency response and signal to noise ratio figures are a major consideration. That same old adage applies....you get what you pay for.
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