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    Another bit of information I got from the TT rep at the Lardy seminar this summer is that the frequency changes between between low, medium and high when the switch is on continuous. The signal amplitude (voltage output) is set with the dial and the signal frequency increases from low to medium to high with the two buttons.

    Another interesting thing he had was the "truth box". It displays when the handler corrects the dog and the setting used on the collar. This is useful for determining if the handler really corrected the dog when they say they did, and vice versa. Mike was able to watch what the handlers were doing to the dogs and not depend on what the handlers said they did. ; - )


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    TT once made a transmitter with a Truth Box built in, the old Pro 100. Had a pro tell me that that is exactly what the unit was for, to enable the pro to tell when the client was hitting the buttons.

    Is there any truth to the various stories about certain generations of collars being hotter than others? I have been told that the G2 is the hottest so far.

    I wish they made a 6 contact point so I could update my old collar. I have one dog that barks thru any level I can set on my bark collars.

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    Good info. Thanks Alec.

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    Bob,

    I can't speak to all the generations but I'll tell you that my new G2 is considerably hotter than my old Sport 65. At least it feels that way when I try it on my hand.

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    I would find it hard to believe that the new G2 are hotter than the old "gold" A-70s with a telescoping antenna. Most of the "bad reputations" about collars were started with this model.

    I have heard that the low momentary nick on the G2 is actually over before the stimulus reaches the dogs brain.
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    Hey guys,

    I'm new to this and I'm currently trying to CC my dog. I don't have a TT 500. I bought a TT sport G3 combo. It goes from 1/2 - 5 with half increments and has a low and medium for each intensity level. Is their a differnce in a 2 low and a 2 medium when it comes to the intensity level. Is one hotter than the other or does medium just last longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cstallings View Post
    Hey guys,

    I'm new to this and I'm currently trying to CC my dog. I don't have a TT 500. I bought a TT sport G3 combo. It goes from 1/2 - 5 with half increments and has a low and medium for each intensity level. Is their a differnce in a 2 low and a 2 medium when it comes to the intensity level. Is one hotter than the other or does medium just last longer?

    Carey
    Continuous or momentary?

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    Sorry...I was thinking about momentary

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrinGreene View Post
    Thanks for looking into this. It explains a lot of questions I had about my dog's reaction to the various intensity levels.
    That explains a lot of questions I had about how it felt strapped to my arm. That continuous button wasn't fooling around...
    JB

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