Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Maximize The Power Of Your Hexagonal Tweeters !!!!
This article I wanted to share with you about the Power of hexagonal tweeter in a BH.
One very important part of my revamp works is the introduction of hexagonal tweeter.
Hexagonal tweeters plays a vital role to lure more birds into your BH.
You need to know how to use it by following my tips on where this special gadget should be installed.
Most people who uses the gadget have very little idea where to install it thus the effectiveness become very little to get more birds inside.
Hexagonal tweeter is a piece of equipment where you arrange a set of about 5 pieces of 2"x5" tweeters in a circular shape.
Usually it will be covered with steel plate to prevent rain water from wetting the connectors.
One more thing that it should come with is a 1 foot pole with a nut lock so that you can mount it onto a pole using a suitable TV bracket.
I will usually connect the cable this hexagonal tweeter to an amplifier playing the external sound.
You can share a set of knobs or make it on a stand alone basis.
The key point is to know where it should be located.
Most BH owners have no idea where to locate it and many failed to maximize its power.
Some will be put it on a tall pole and some will put at the back of the entrance hole and many have very little thought of where is should be precisely located.
This is where your experiences counts.
My best choice will be right above the main entrance hole.
Put it in the middle of the main entrance hole and it should not be more than 1.5 feet above the roof areas.
My reason for this has something to do with experience by observing the birds behaviors.
Usually when you play an effective sound on your hexagonal tweeter you stand a good chance to push your sound in a 360* out into the air.
Any swiftlet that pass by will be attracted to your BH.
The moment the come near they will start to react to the sound which usually with led them into your entrance hole and eventually into your nesting room.
The height above the entrance hole plus its closed proximity will help to guide your visitors right towards the entrance hole.
If your hexagonal tweeter is placed way to high or too far from your main entrance hole you will usually loose a chance to draw them inside.
Remember every visit into your BH gives you a 50:50 chance of wining them to be your permanent tenant.
Try to apply this idea and I am sure you will get the maximum benefits.
at May 08, 2013