Our radio frequency systems use wireless radio waves to transmit sound directly to listening options such as headphones or inductive neckloops. This range includes portable as well as large-scale transmitters; large scale transmitters work across a wide array of environments, while portable transmitters enable tour guidance in educational or entertainment venues. Signals are transmitted through walls, glass partitions, ceilings or other obstacles.
Our two-directional Portable Radio Frequency Transceiver is a transmitter and receiver in one, allowing users to both speak and listen across 40 channels.
Our lightweight Portable Radio Frequency Transmitter gives on-the-move transmission of clear speech to our to portable receivers and transceiver across 40 channels.
Our lightweight Portable Radio Frequency Receiver provides high-quality sound sent from our range of transmitters and transceivers.
Our Radio Frequency Remote Antenna Kit enables the antenna of a stationary transmitter to be fixed at the front of the unit, extending the system’s outgoing signal.
The Radio Frequency Rack Transmitter is a version of our standard 2.4GHz RF transmitter intended for rack mounting. It uses internationally compatible frequencies to transfer crystal clear sound to our portable receivers.
This 10 Bay Charger Case is for use with our Portable Radio Frequency Transceivers and can hold up to 10 transceivers in a standing position.
This 2 Bay Charging Station is for use with our Portable Radio Frequency Transmitter and Portable Radio Frequency Receiver.
This charger case is for use with our Portable Radio Frequency Transmitter and Portable Radio Frequency Receiver and can hold up to 20 receivers in a standing position.
Our microphone for use with the Portable Radio Frequency Transmitter provides clear sound.
The earworn microphone for our Portable Radio Frequency Transmitter has a 1.2 metre cable and 3.5mm colour-coded jack. It enables handsfree communication with clear sound.
Our Inductive Neck Loop is a compact listening device which connects to our Portable Radio Frequency Receiver and enables users to listen using a hearing instrument equipped with a Telecoil.
Our headset for use with the Portable Radio Frequency Transceiver has a 1.2 metre cable and 3.5mm colour-coded jack.
Our black stereo headphones use a 2 metre lead and uses a standard 3.5mm audio jack.
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