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Range is not the only benchmark in comparing transmitters.
I would consider listenability, or fidelity to be equally as important, if not more so. Now, that is completely subjective.
Plus, what about cost? Even if say, a Rangemaster, has the greatest range, it really doesn’t matter all that much to someone whose budget is several hundred dollars.
When it comes right down to it, I don’t think a quote scientific unquote comparison really can be made.
Ancedotal information is perhaps the most useful – what is your setup and what happened? When I made my decision to purchase, I listened and read and researched as much as possible. I was lucky in that I had the capability to purchase several transmitters and compare them all in a singular environment. Unfortunately (or fortunately for time reasons), it was the only way I could install a transmitter. I tested the Rangemaster, the AMT3000, the then Talking House, the Talking Sign and the ProCaster. Ultimately, I chose the Rangemaster. It had slightly better range than the Procaster (probably due to the Inovonics 222 I have connected to it) and blew the AMT3000, Talking Sign and Talking House away (again, probably due to my setup of putting it in a box, using the internal tuners with a whip antenna). But what really sold me was that the Rangemaster just plain sounded better with similar sound processing.