Thoughts about building and designing digital Wildlife callers from Wildlife Technologies... In order to design the ideal wildlife caller, we first had to define the requirements of wildlife calling. After 16 years of exhaustive research, we determined there were three basic considerations that must be met in order to build the ideal wildlife caller. First is the aural (hearing) sensitivity of the individual animals and their ability to discriminate between the subtle differences (details) of a given sound. We researched published research in this area and also conducted our own studies. We found that most animals can aurally differentiate or discriminate between the smallest details of a sound. The lesson learned from these studies is quite apparent. If you're not using high quality sounds (studio grade quality) when calling animals, your chances of success are diminished.
The second consideration was to integrate a state-of-the-art, solid-state digital audio system capable of reproducing each animal sound as accurately as possible. The sound system we use is controlled by software, just like a computer. This software control gives the product reliability and versatility that is unmatched in the wildlife caller industry.
The third consideration is volume. Thru our research we have also discovered that most animals, when listening to a sound, perceive the distance between their position and the sound source by the volume of the sound source. Extreme volume creates territorial aggression with most predators when using the sound of the species you are trying to call. Our wildlife caller is the only caller you can buy that is guaranteed to trigger responses (territorial howling) from coyotes 100% of the time at night providing they are in the calling area. Imagine being able to locate predators first and then call them. That's just one of the reasons why more professional wildlife callers choose our systems over our competitor's products.
The MA-21 with Wireless Remote Control WITH 126 sounds is a professional quality game caller and the most advanced to date in the family of Wildlife Technologies game callers. Wildlife Technologies callers are currently used by Disney, Motorola, Soundelux, Warner Brothers, USDA Federal Trappers, US Forest Service, US Geological Survey, Canadian Wildlife Service, Australia Zoological Agency, Australia Department of Parks and Wildlife, Zoo's in the US and abroad, UK DNR, landfills in the US and Canada along with many hunters, photographers, biologists, and nature watchers worldwide.
There are three fundamental rules you must follow if you want to consistently call wildlife:
The recorded animal vocalizations must be almost identical to the animal's own sound (studio-grade recordings).
The system playing the sounds must be capable of electronically reproducing those sounds as perfectly as possible. The system must also be capable of controlling the play functions stop, play, pause, volume and change sounds instantly.