The Williams Sound DLR 50 DigiWave Receiver lets each member of your audience or congregation quietly listen-in to the translation broadcast using an earpiece, headphones, or the built-in speaker. The slim, lightweight design fits easily in your pocket and two standard AAA batteries will give you up to 24 hours of digital listen time with no annoying chargers to keep track of. IMPORTANT NOTE: This receiver has been discontinued and replaced by the DLR-60 2.0. Click here to view.
The DLR 60 2.0 rechargeable receiver is part of the Digiwave interpretation system from Williams Sound. It allows listeners to tune into up to 15 language channels of crystal clear digital audio. A snap to setup and use, the DLR 60 2.0 requires no special technical training or assistance to operate. Simply distribute the DLR 60 2.0 to your audience, and inform them which channels the different language feeds are on. Large LCD display shows channel, battery, volume, and signal strength indicators. A range of listening options with 1/8 inch headphone jack: use headphones, earphones, or built-in speaker, or neckloop for hearing assist.
The DLR-60 Rechargeable DigiWave Receiver from Williams Sound is an ultra-portable receiver that works with the DigiWave digital interpretation system from Williams Sound. Using two AAA rechargeable batteries, the DLR-60 is designed to be easily re-charged in a compatible charging station, making it perfect for large-scale applications in churches, conferences, or other multi-listener settings. IMPORTANT NOTICE:: This receiver has been discontinued and replaced by the DLR-60 2.0. Click here to view.
The PPA R1600 FM Remote Speaker from Williams Sound is an ideal remote speaker system for allowing group in a separate cry room, office, or nursery area monitor the proceedings. It picks up the audio feed using a built-in FM receiver, so you can use it easily in any separate area where audio cables cannot easily be run. The FM signals will easily pass through walls or other opaque surfaces, so a direct line of sight with the transmitter is not necessary.
Sleek and versatile, the PPA Select FM receiver features easy and sleek channel selector button with 17 preset frequencies between 72-76 MHz. A standard 3.5mm stereo jack lets you use it with nearly any earphone or hearphones.
The WIR RX15-2 Two-Channel Infrared Receiver Headset from Williams Sound provides hands free reception of infrared signals, making it perfect for use in providing one-way voice communication, hearing assistance or translation reception during conferences, meetings and presentations. When used with the WIR TX90 Transmitter, the RX15-2 infrared receiver headset makes creating an mid-range RF broadcast area of up to 3,500 square feet. Capable of accessing two IR channels, this headset allows for the more flexible use that comes from having multiple transmitters covering the same event.
The WIR RX18 Infrared Receiver from Williams Sound is a stereo stethoscope-style receiver that works with compatible IR interpretation and assisted listening systems on the 2.3 or 2.8 MHz spectrum. Simple to use, this stereo receiver is ideal for medium to large group settings where top sound quality is required.
The WIR RX22-4 Infrared Receiver from Williams Sound is a four-channel extended range receiver compatible with emitters on the 2.3/2.8/3.3/3.8 MHz bandwidth. The receiver's dual infrared sensors maximize operating range, allowing crystal clear reception of up to 28,000 sq ft (2,600 sq m) when used with the Williams Sound Wir TX925 or TX90 emitters operating in single-channel mode. The WIR RX22-4 Infrared Receiver's slim body pack design includes a channel selector knob and an easy to operate power and volume control You can customize the RX22-4 with your choice of headphones, earbuds or a neckloop (lanyard included).
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