The system consists of a small light weight lanyard held transmitter with an attachable mic that sends the voice signal via a digital encoded bit stream at high speed to a receiver. The receiver converts the digital bits stream back to regular audio output can then be coupled to an audio amplifier and speakers. This results in a conventional sound enhancement or voice augmentation system. There are 80 selectable channels available from 2.400 to 2.480 GHz available for operation. The complete system includes 2 mics, both a head mounted and a lapel mic that have a 3.5mm mini plug. This plugs into the 3.5mm port on the small transmitter. This transmitter sends out the digital signals to the receiver which decodes and outputs the signal at a audio base band level of 100 to 500 mV. The system also includes a power adapter to recharge the transmitter and a DC power adapter for the receiver. A clip on lanyard is attached to the transmitter.
Lightweight transmitter on lanyard with volume adjust
Range of 75 feet without being blocked using RF
Can easily select any of 80 separate channels
Comes with 2 mics, a headset and a lapel mic
Uses a rechargeable Li battery for 8 plus hours
Output from receiver can be connected to any projector with speakers or audio amp