Sennheiser EKI1029-PLL16 - Infrared Wireless

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The EKI 1029 is a slim multi-channel receiver for narrow-band applications. It is powered by an environmentally friendly accupack and can be used with headphones, stethoset headphones, earphones or induction couplers. The EKI 1029 is fitted with asquelch and has an energy-saving function.

SENNHEISER EKI 1029-PLL16 FEATURES
Multi-channel bodypack receiver
Narrow-band
Powered by BA 1029 accupack, can be recharged in the receiver
Squelch
Energy-saving circuitry
Headphone socket (3.5 mm mono jack) with on/off function
16 channel (K 0 - K 15)

SENNHEISER EKI 1029-PLL16 SPECIFATIONS
Modulation: FM
Carrier frequencies: 55- 1.335 kHz
Impedance: 25 Ohm
Headphone connector: 3,5 mm Mono
Power supply: BA 1029, 2,5 V, 170 mAh
Operating time: 30 h
Weight: 100 g

SENNHEISER EKI 1029-PLL16 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 x EKI 1029 multi-channel receiver
1 x BA 1029 accupack


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