Transmitter: The system comes
with an RF transmitter that connects to an audio source via attached speaker
input wires. The transmitter sends a 914 MHz signal to the receiver, using one
of four selectable transmission channels.
Receiver: The receiver
"receives" the RF signal from the transmitter and also has the same four
selectable transmission channels. The amplifier built into the receiver is a
digital design which is very efficient and limits heat output. The speakers are
connected using spring terminals on the back of the receiver.
Auto Standby: Both the
transmitter and receiver have an auto standby mode, both turn off when not
receiving any signal.
LED: Both the transmitter and
receiver have an LED which lights green when in use and red when in standby
Antenna: Both the transmitter
and receiver have an antenna mast which flips up and adds about 3.25 inches to
the overall height.
Channel Button: Both
the transmitter and receiver have slide switches allowing you to select
transmission channel 1, 2, 3, or 4
- Audio Input: Attached
speaker wire, stereo left and right
- DC Input: DC
jack for use with supplied AC adapter (15V, 130mA)
- Speaker Output: Spring
terminal speaker level outputs
- Transmitter: W=5.261",
- Receiver: W=8.149",
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