The DLR-50 from Williams Sound is a compact digital wireless receiver designed to be used as a part of a Digi-Wave digital system for 1-way listening applications. The unit receives audio wirelessly from a DLT-100 transceiver (sold separately) at distances up to 200' indoors or 100' outdoors.
The DLR-50 has a slim and compact design that slips easily into a pocket or bag. There are 15 operating channels to choose from, with convenient controls for channel selection and volume control on the front panel. A standard 3.5mm headphone jack and a built-in speaker provide terrific listening options. The DLR-50 operates on a pair of AAA batteries and has an auto-off feature to help preserve battery life.
Note: DLT-100 and complete Digi-Wave system sold separately.
Designed for 1-way listening applications as part of a Digi-Wave wireless digital listening system
Receives audio wirelessly from a DLT-100 transceiver (sold separately) at distances up to 200' indoors or 100' outdoors
Uses 2.4GHz transmission with patented frequency-hopping technology to minimize interference
15 operating channels to choose from, with convenient front-panel controls. There are also easy controls for volume and power
Slim and lightweight design slips easily into a pocket or bag
A standard 3.5mm headphone jack and a built-in speaker provide terrific listening options.
Operates on a pair of AAA batteries and has an auto-off feature to help preserve battery life
In the Box
Williams Sound DLR-50 Digi-Wave Digital Wireless Receiver
2-Year Limited Parts and Labor Warranty (90-Days on Accessories)
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GFSK, Binary CDMA
2.4GHz (ISM Band) 2.402 - 2.476GHz FHSS
Up to 15 Simultaneous (Interpretation Mode)
Up to 4 Simultaneous Groups
Indoors: Up to 200' (60.6 m)
Outdoors: Up to 100' (30.3 m)
150Hz - 11kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
111.8dB (EAR 013)
116.8dB (Ear 041)
Standard 3.5mm Jack (Stereo/Mono)
12mW @ 33 Ohms
Internal Speaker, Disabled when Headphone Jack is Engaged
Front-Panel Controls for Power, Volume, and Channel/Group Select