The TX-37A transmitter with universal input accepts mic level, balanced and unbalanced line levels, and speaker level inputs. Audio processing eliminates clipping and over-modulation. A hearing aid amplifies all the sound in a room making it difficult to hear the primary audio above the background noise. With a Gentner Assistive Listening System, only the speaker and program audio are amplified so the primary audio is more intelligible and easier to hear.
With Assistive Listening Systems from Gentner, there’s never a missed word. No matter where people in need of hearing assistance sit, the program audio routed through a Gentner ALS transmitter comes directly to their ears when they wear a Gentner ALS receiver. Gentner Assistive Listening equipment is ideal for auditoriums, stadiums and arenas, courtrooms, houses of worship, meeting rooms, theaters, and concert halls.
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, virtually all public facilities that provide goods and services to consumers, clients, or visitors are required to provide access under the ADA.
Transmits to an area of more than 700,000 square feet
Universal input accepts a variety of audio sources
Transmits on 37 FCC approved frequencies for * * RF (radio frequency) assistive listening
Built-in test tone for quick and easy receiver tuning
Small size (just 1/2 rack unit chassis)