Underchin Headphones – IR-HP2
Our under-the-chin headphones connects to the Portable Infrared Receiver using a standard 3.5mm audio jack. It uses earpieces which fit comfortably into the ear.
Additional rubber ear-buds are available if required.
Our Portable Infrared Underchin Receiver is a twochannel under-the-chin receiver, compatible with our transmitters using frequencies 2.3MHz and 2.8MHz.
The receiver is easy-to-use, comfortable and can switch between mono and stereo. Its earpieces swivel, meaning they keep their position in the ear even when a user turns his/her head. It utilises rechargeable batteries.Volume is amplified, adjustable up to 120dB to assist users with hearing loss. Spare rubber earbuds are available if required.
Our Portable Infrared Receiver is a four channel receiver, compatible with our infrared transmitters using frequencies 2.3MHz and 2.8MHz. It features automatic gain control and high sensitivity for incoming infrared signals.
The receiver uses rechargeable batteries, and is a versatile and sturdy unit which requires either headphones or an assistive hearing neck loop. Volume is amplified, adjustable up to 120dB to assist users with hearing loss.
Our Inductive Neck Loop is a compact listening device which connects to our Portable Infrared Receiver and enables users to listen using a hearinginstrument switched to the “T” position (i.e.using the Telecoil in a hearing aid).
It connects to receivers using a 3.5mm audio jack.
Our 5 Bay Infrared Receiver Chargers are available for both the Portable Infrared Receiver and Portable Infrared Earphone Receiver.
This unit can hold up to 5 receivers in a standing position. Two chargers can be daisy-chained together to charge 10 receivers using a single power supply.
Our two-channel Large Area Infrared Transmitter with Modulator combines an infrared modulator and transmitter, generating a wide exit angle for the infrared signal while providing a sleek and compact design that eliminates the need for rack space. It is ideal for use in large environments.
Transmissions are at a bandwidth of 2.3 and 2.8mHz. In 1-channel mode, the transmitter supplies areas of up to 900m². Additional transmitters allow the receiving range to be increased.