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Over at that so-called neutral Forum, the discussion is still going on. The tester is still taking umbrage over any criticism of the Shootout (with the assistance of another like-minded individual). Amazing.
They still refuse to see any faults in the testing process, instead telling anyone and everyone to do it themselves if they don’t like what they did. While taking personal shots at various people in the process. So much for science (and engineering, for that matter).
They refuse to acknowledge that testing multiple examples of each transmitter would have been more rigorous (in the event that there could have been problems with the ones they used – and in particular, the AMT5000, which was built from a kit). They refuse to acknowledge that testing each transmitter with an identical antenna (and not just the one supplied by the manufacturer) would be more accurate (particularly since the AMT5000 does NOT come with an antenna). And they refuse to acknowledge that there might have been user error in tuning up the AMT5000 (they’re blaming the manufacturer for not providing better documentation, as opposed to worrying about obtaining the most correct result).
In short, THEY are absolutely right. Everyone else is absolutely wrong. It couldn’t have been done any better (a favorite saying of my mother-in-law).
Methinks they protest far too much for people who claim they’re not hiding anything.