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With a range of up to 1000 feet, the Williams Sound PPA T27 broadcasts the speaker's voice or translation feed to your audience. Listeners can tune in using  the  R37, R35-8 or any FM receiver operating on the 72-76 MHz frequency . Simply connect an audio input with a 3.5mm plug to the unit or use  a line-level (RCA) jack to broadcast music or other audio signals.
The PPA T45 Base Station FM Transmitter combines pro audio features with wide (1000 foot) range to enable seamless translation coverage across an extended area. This extended range will allow your audience to hear the translated language feed across a large school, factory or other facility.
Advanced yet easy to use, the Williams Sound  PPA T46 transmitter broadcasts a speaker’s voice or audio feed on one of 17 available channels in the 72-76 MHz spectrum. Listeners can use any of the compatible receivers from Williams Sound such as the PPA R35-8 or PPA R37 models. The transmitter features flexible jacks for mic and aux input, push-button on/off/ and mute controls, channel lock and selectable compression. The T46 has the ability to operate in dual channel mode, allowing the user to easily switch between two different transmitting channels, each with its own set up parameters.
The PPA T55 D FM+ Transmitter with WaveCast WiFi and Dante from Williams AV is a powerful FM transmitter perfect for interpretation and live translation settings where a longer (up to 1000 ft.) range is required. The FM Plus Dante interface offers a full digital audio networking solution. Listeners can use an FM receiver or their own smartphone (via the WaveCAST Listening App) to support those who want to use their own headphones.      
The PPA T55 FM+ Transmitter with WaveCast WiFi from Williams AV is a powerful FM transmitter perfect for interpretation and live translation settings where a longer (up to 1000 ft.) range is required. Listeners can use an FM receiver or their own smartphone (via the WaveCAST Listening App) to support those who want to use their own headphones.    

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