Category: Lower Extremity

Wireless Microphone Transmitter & Receiver (Models M-216 & Pr-216)

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The Wireless Microphone Transmitter and Receiver, models M-216 and PR-216, is a wireless microphone transmitter and receiver for an FM amplification system, designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The transmitter can transmit and the receiver can receive on a total of 57 synthesized channels (19 high fidelity channels and 38 standard channels) in the 216-217 megahertz (MHz) Low Power Radio Service (LPRS) band. The operating range is 200 feet. The transmitter's microcontroller automatically sets the modulation deviation, companding or non-companding audio processing, and the EQ when corresponding channels are selected. The receiver has channel-selectability for crowded radio frequency environments. In addition to being compatible with the M-216 personal transmitter, the receiver is compatible with the BST-25/216 Base Station Transmitter (see separate entry). Operator's Manuals for the transmitter and receiver may be downloaded from the manufacturer's web site. OPTIONS: Transmitter with a short whip antenna. POWER: Uses 9-volt alkaline batteries or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): Both models are 1 1/16 x 2.5 x 3.75 inches. Optional short whip attenna is 6 inches long. WEIGHT: Both models weigh 4 ounces. WARRANTY: One year.


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Comtek Communications Technology, Inc.
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