Extreme Dimension Mini Phantom Digital Calls - Predator
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It may be the size and shape of a small flashlight, but the Mini Phantom puts out an incredible volume of realistic sounds designed to pull in your quarry quickly. Though small, it's loaded with advanced capabilities including the absolute best sound quality in its class, emitting crisp, clear calls at the push of a button. Just "point and shoot" -- the speaker is mounted in front, so you can aim in any direction instantly. Features sound volumes up to 110 dB; you can play 2 sounds simultaneously or overlap the same sound on demand. Distress sounds can last up to 2 minutes, and the mute button lets you squelch a call at any time. Water-resistant housing; ergonomic design with rubberized grips; undistorted 8-bit sound; speaker/headphone jack; easy-access buttons for gloved hands; auto-shutoff after 2 minutes; and built-in lanyard ring. Uses 3 AAA batteries (included). Makes jackrabbit, cottontail, and woodpecker sounds, coyote howls, and rodent squeaks.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9
Rated 3 out of 5 by gobbler24 its decent
this call is great for hunters that want a sompact and loud call to bring in predators. i find all of the sounds to be good sounding as long as you dont turn the volume up too high on them, on rodent squeaks any volume over 5-6 starts to sound bad but below that sounds good.
December 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by PBoozer Works like a charm
First time I used it, I called in 5 cyotes. Now there are 4.
August 30, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by GopherJustin Not worth the money
To start off the call is super quiet at max volume and you really need external speakers to have it be loud enough. The second problem is that ALL of the calls sound really bad. They all sound very electronic. I am very disappointed in this product.
May 23, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by KGTX Mini Phantom Digital Call
This works great, compact, pretty loud for it’s size, changeable sounds cards, and inexpensive. Most of the calls sound life like except for the rodent squeak, it sounds electronic which is no good.
I was thinking that it would be great if it was a wireless system so I can get the sound in a separate location (away from me). So I plugged a speaker cord into the speaker output of the mini phantum and used an adapter on the other end of the speaker cord which I plugged into the mic side of a two way radio and bingo, now I have a wireless call that works up to a mile a way.
February 6, 2011
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