Songfinder question

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Subject: Songfinder question
From: "Terry Bishop" <>
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 16:24:46 +1100 (AUS Eastern Daylight Time)
To all hearing impaired,
You might find a directional mic/amplifier/earphones setup a large help.
There are many under spyware. Other than that, a couple of aluminum pie
dishes stuck to each side of the hat works wonders. I won't comment on the
looks :-)  :-).
One website in Sydney with required amp but no price mentioned;
-------Original Message------- 
From: Duncan Fraser 
Date: 12/10/06 15:30:56 
To: Birding-Aus 
Subject: Songfinder question 
Another old timer here with the same problem. I find I hear much better 
If I cup both ears with my hands. I'm therefore thinking of making a 
Good sized aluminium reflector that will wrap around my head and be held 
In place with an elastic head band. I can get the aluminium sheet for a 
Couple of dollars from the local sheet metal works, and I can pinch a 
Bit of elastic from my wife's sewing drawer. That'll leave about seven 
Or eight thousand for a digital slr and lenses, ..... DF. 
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