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I have mlr’s AMT5000, but haven’t used it yet, so I can’t personally comment on its performance. I look forward to trying it out alongside the Rangemaster, ProCaster & Talking House.
But in response to Carl’s post about multiple transmitters, surely the most difficult aspect of the testing was to secure the testing arena, install the ground, and to ensure that the testing instrument was accurate (he claimed he spent $1800 on calibration of that alone) etc. Virtually anyone, even those without 15,286 years of broadcast engineering experience, can procur a transmitter or two.
If you’re going to do the testing, you should do it right, with multiple examples of each transmitter to eliminate potential errors. And as I reported previously, the driver of the Transmitter Challenge wants to do just that with Talking Houses for the Jerry Gaulle case (but, of course, we all know that’s different than the Challenge).