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H1a and Honeytone speaker setup

The photo at left , courtesy of Spirit Of The West Adventures, BC, Canada, shows a low-cost hydrophone system using our H1a hydrophone and the Honeytone amplified speaker. You can listen to this system playing great orca whale vocalizations recorded through the built-in mic of a camcorder here at YouTube. As you might suspect, this isn't the best recoding possible, but a great testiment to the capabilities of the hydrophone and speaker.
Waterdrop, Tokyo > Tomoko Sauvage
Waterdrop Performance, Tokyo
Tomoko Sauvage

Waterdrop, Tokyo > Tomoko Sauvage
Waterdrop Performance, Tokyo
Tomoko Sauvage
Nunavut, Canada > Dave Reid
Recreational listening on the floe edge, Candian Arctic
Dave Reid, Polar Sea Adventures
autonomous bouy
Autonomous buoy off Hawaii
Anonymous
Hippos, Glen Feldhake
Hippo studies on the Lunga River, Africa
Glen Feldhake
setting buoy
Placing buoy pictured above