As usual after creating something new I will keep cracking my head on how to use the OohLaLa sensibly and effectively.
Before putting the sound into action we need to ask what happen if a young couple, swiftlet, entered our BH and flew straight into any VIP room.
The room will be pitch dark and the new birds will not be able to use their eyes but only hear any noise or sounds made by any other birds in the room.
Remember they are not human and the way they think are not the same as us, human.
They never knew that there is such thing like amplifiers, tweeters, recorded sounds and e.t.c.
What they know is that if there is a sound in the room it must be from other birds inside the room.
The more the sound the more will be those birds in the room.
If this OohLaLa sound is played and those tweeters are properly placed this particular couple will have the impression that the room is pretty safe since there are so many other birds inside.
Better still when there are sounds of those baby birds chipping for food.
If there are many baby birds making those sounds than there must be a lot of nests in this room.
The key issue here is to cheat the couple into thinking that the VIP room have a lot of young plus baby birds all over the ceiling areas.
My idea is to place about 8 tweeters (2"x5") at the four corners of the room plus four at the middle point as shown in this sketch:
The 8 tweeters shall be divided into two sets of four tweeters.
Each set will be connected by a separate wire and pulled these wires to the data room.
This is where your solid state amplifier unit comes into play.
Deploy the new amplifier and insert OohLaLa sound into it.
Connect the one on the right to the right side of the amplifier while the other to the left side of the connection.
In this way you know that the sound on the right will be controlled by the right knob and the left will be by the left knob.
You now have a field time to test if you can really force those birds to stay on which preferred site of the room.
The one with the loudest sound will be their preferred areas.
Trust me on this.
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I will be very glad if you guys get any result by implementing this interesting idea.