Originally Posted by blkmagikca
As I recall, the Voyageur has a small swinging weight, whereas the Prodigy is solid state.
Prodigy P2 that I have can be mounted at a wide range of angles under the desk, and it self-calibrates--its all electronic inside--no weights. It seems to also compensate for going uphill and downhill because it reacts to inertia inputs--the harder you brake the TV the more power goes to the AS brakes. Its very smooth and fast. I run with a bit of boost because I tow with a Crew Cab short bed Tacoma that needs the help boost gives.
What I like about it, in combination with a ProPride hitch system is the fact that full-on panic stops are manageable. Nothing quite so much fun as getting well into the ABS on the TV because both my feet were on the brake pedal, and having the AS, with its brakes full on as well, stay in line behind me. Came to a stop will all 8 smoking a bit, and that was priceless--no contact with the fool that stopped short in front of me for NO reason....
I did want to step out and reason with him a bit, but I suspect the look on my face was enough reason for him to leave the area in a hurry. Sad, I really wanted to see if my 4-cell MagLite would bend if swung hard enough....
'The Silver HamShack' (2007 International 22FB CCD 75th Aniversary model)
Multiple Yaesu Radios inside and many antennae sprouting from roof, ProPride hitch
2012 shortbed crewcab 4x4 Toyota Taco TV with more antennae on it