Many facilities use remote office space or meeting rooms for daily activities, but are unable to take advantage of audio services due to audio cable being difficult to install. The R1600 FM remote speaker helps to solve this problem. The speaker will pick up the broadcast of an audio service wirelessly from any Williams Sound transmitter operating on 72-76 MHz. No unsightly audio cables to run; no complicated installation. The speaker simply plugs into an available AC outlet and the volume of the audio program can be adjusted to a comfortable listening level. The speaker is ideal for an office, nursery, cry room, rehearsal room, or any remote location where the participants need to listen or monitor the audio service.
The R1600 features 16 user selectable FM channels on 72-76 MHz. When used with the Williams Sound T35 transmitter (connects to existing audio system), the R1600 will pick up a broadcast up to 1000 feet (304.8 m). The unit can be set on a flat surface, mic stand, or installed on a wall or ceiling with the provided brackets. Additional audio inputs include a Ľ” mic jack and line level RCA jack. Line level out jack can drive additional speakers to accommodate a larger listening area. An additional Williams Sound receiver sled can be installed on the R1600 for stereo or two channel applications.
The R1600 speaker includes a five-year factory warranty (90 days on accessories), and meets the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements for hearing assistance. The system meets RoHS lead-free compliance guidelines.
Williams Sound has been an industry leader in hearing assistance technology for more than 30 years. For more information on Williams Sound products and services, visit us on the web at www.williamssound.com or call 800-843-3544.
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