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We have been using Canterbury for a number of years with little to no problems. The secret is to use high quality batteries and change them often. The receiver is at the back of the traphouses, covered by a shield to prevent damage from an accidental discharge, but that of course never happens, ha, ha. They are less prone to throw birds than wired speakers when moving during handicap shooting.
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I shoot at two different clubs one has Canterbury and the other BRB . The BRB system seems to work better with more consistent birds being thrown . The Canterbury seem to have problems picking up certain tones of calls and delayed birds after call .
 

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What is the source(s) for BRB?
 

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As for the speakers and different voices. When a unit is new all speakers are set for a set decibel range ( all the same) speakers should remain in the same group. Mixing speakers from different sets will at times have delayed or no target. Yelling at speakers wont do any good. Replace the speaker and when repaired set range for that speaker group. Setting range is done by replacing resistor which is soldered between the speaker wires.
 

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As for the speakers and different voices. When a unit is new all speakers are set for a set decibel range ( all the same) speakers should remain in the same group. Mixing speakers from different sets will at times have delayed or no target. Yelling at speakers wont do any good. Replace the speaker and when repaired set range for that speaker group. Setting range is done by replacing resistor which is soldered between the speaker wires.
Boy are you correct. Been there done that.
Great information
Steve
 
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