Some spend enormous amount of money on tweeters but didn’t know that the farm they had built is totally not conducive for Swiftlets to stay and make nests. So what is the point of having the best and most expensive tweeters?
Some swear by the brand of tweeter and use the most expensive wire but use a lousy external and internal sound. Most of them can’t distinguish what is good sound or high quality sound and poor quality sound. To them as long it is expensive it is a good sound. As long it is from neighboring country it is good sound. This has been a myth for long time but now no more. Want to be a successful farmer one needs to have the ability to think and don’t follow the traditional myth.
Bear in mind not all expensive sound is good sound. Not all expensive tweeters could support the sound that plays from the Amps. I have often visited failed farms with expensive tweeters and very successful farms with Rm1.50 tweeters.
No matter how expensive the tweeters are if the sound from the recording is not clear and inconsistent then it is useless. Both tweeter and the recording sound have to be compatible. Then the effects of the sound could take place making the internal of farm lively.
Does using a particular type of brand of tweeter (for internal) would assure birds make nests in the farm? The answer is “NO” definitely “NO”. It takes more than just an expensive tweeter to have birds make nests in Swiftlet farm. Have we forgotten about the Micro? The design of the farm? The building material of the farm? What about the location and so on.
Many readers often ask me if they use a particular brand of tweeters for internal would it guarantee success? My reply was simple nothing in life could be guaranteed except dead.
Everything in a Swiftlet farm have to come together in other words all have to be in good condition then only it could attract large number of birds to make nests.
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