The Synexis TS stationary transmitter is used together with the Synexis RP beltpack receiver. The stationary transmitter opens up numerous kinds of application. For example in conferences up to 19 channels can be translated simultaneously. Announcements or explanations are possible via a microphone connected to the transmitter. Separate level controls for all input channels allow an individual setting an offer an optimal speech intelligibility.
If required, an MP3 or CD player can be connected as well. The operation range is approximately 229.7 ft (70 m) with a line of sight between transmitter and receiver. The OLED display indicates channel, battery status, frequency and
channel lock function. With the channel lock function accidental shifting of the selected channel is avoided.
The transmitter is powered via the supplied power adapter. With the extensive supplied accessories, the stationary transmitter can be integrated into a 19" rack or housing and the antenna is mounted on the front.
â€¢ 19 selectable frequencies
â€¢ Rugged metal housing, suitable for 19" rack mounting
â€¢ OLED display to indicate channel, AF "Audio frequency" is a technical term for frequencies in the range of audible sound waves, i.e. frequencies from 20 to 20,000 Hz. In the context of wireless systems, you can simply refer to the audio signal.
level, frequency and channel lock function
â€¢ Headphone connection, 1/4" stereo jack (6.35 mm)
â€¢ Headphone standard: Aux + Mic; Aux only on request
â€¢ Channel selector buttons
â€¢ Channel lock functions
â€¢ On/off switch
â€¢ Separate level controls for microphone, AUX and headphone
â€¢ Connections for antenna, MP3 or CD player, line or microphone
â€¢ Switchable AF "Audio frequency" is a technical term for frequencies in the range of audible sound waves, i.e. frequencies from 20 to 20,000 Hz. In the context of wireless systems, you can simply refer to the audio signal.
â€¢ Cable grip for strain relief of the power adapter cable
â€¢ Powered by a power adapter
â€¢ Automatic screen saver mode