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Artisan, I agree accomplishing an additional few hundered foot of range makes a difference, but I look at it like this; I’m assuming the 222 had cost you what at least $500-$700 for a used unit…??
I have always wanted one, but could never bring myself to spend that much, cause to me, it made more sense to buy another transmitter instead. Sure, then there’s a couple hoops to jump through to get an audio feed to a remote transmitter, but the result is a doubling of range opposed to a few hundred feet, for about the same cost (if not less) of a 222.
I say perhaps less becuase it’s not all that uncommon to pick up a used Rangemaster for $300-$400. The cheapest Inovonics 222 I’ve ever seen sell was for about $450, and thats rare.
That’s the very reason I never bit the bullet to aquire a 222 unit.