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Subject: Re: Bat detector
From: "Rich Peet" richpeet
Date: Mon Nov 20, 2006 1:58 pm ((PST))
As I recall you own a SD744 and a MKH-110. Connect those two and
measure at a high sample rate against anything else you get as a baseline.

I am not sure why parabolics or horns are considered as there is not
much noise from other sources getting in the way and these critters
are not quiet.


--- In  "Martyn Stewart" <>
> Having recorded thousands of birds and animals over 35 years I am
now ready
> to enter the wonderful world of bats, which brings me to the
question what
> are the best bat detectors out there?

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