what is the price difference of the equestrian instruction systems.

op zoek naar een oortje of headset voor paard rijles, eigenlijk is er maar 1 de equiteacher.As with anything you buy you will price difference against seemingly for the same (kind) device, which is at the equestrian instruction wireless systems no different.

We have all the systems on the market, of course, are themselves thoroughly tested, your colleagues keep in mind is a good thing to see if it could be better or cheaper for instance.
It's quite a shame that colleagues do not like it if you are watching, ultimately the product is better.

If we compare the differences are clear, and we have come to the conclusion that there are actually four kinds of systems:

  • cheap junk
  • systems for occasional users (eg equitrainer)
  • systems for the competition rider and sub toppers (eg equiteacher and senrun)
  • systems for top (daily more than 4 hours) (Sennheiser or equiteacher plus)

 The price difference is in simple things like connectors, with or without antenna, cabinet or not unbreakable, used electronics and the most important update of software and hardware.

Of course there's also money in advertising, eventually you pay as copper.
Colleagues give away systems to show off famous names who then still pack their familiar Sennheiser, well that kind of action, you pay so simply.
An advertisement in a magazine known horse can easily cost a few hundred dollars, and that is the margin of a lot of sets.
So we are there in simple, like Anky or Edward want to have a system from us, they get just the account :-)

An earpiece should meet according to us:

  • Sennheiser example, therefore each system must at least be the same as the acclaimed Sennheiser system.
  • At least 16 channels have to do not suffer as contests by other instructors.
  • Minimum range of 70 meters, a real arena is 60 meters, while a little reserve.
  • Can take a beating, if you have the systems scattered throughout and saddle cabinets sees his riders no real electronics enthusiasts.
  • do not work in the 2.4 GHz band, this band is full of all sorts TE devices such as cameras and many WiFi networks.
  • prefer to work in the frequency range 480-680 Mhz or 900 Mhz + unlicensed frequency and relatively empty so little chance of interference.

    And if you really want to know anything, call me.
    After 10 years these systems have been sold and the craziest failures to have solved, I can explain it for hours.