Telex SR-50 - Single Frequency Assistive Listening Receiver - I

BH #TESR50I • MFR #F.01U.118.171
Telex SR-50 - Single Frequency Assistive Listening Receiver -  I
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Telex SR-50 Overview

The Telex SR-50 is a single-channel battery-operated VHF wireless assistive listening receiver providing clear reception and the simplicity of a fixed channel. The receiver operates on one of 16 fixed narrow-band frequencies in the 72-76 MHz band. The raised volume control knob makes level adjustments easily accessible by feel, and the recessed headphone jack provides extra protection for earphone connections.

Cost-effective single-channel VHF wireless portable assistive listening receiver
Cost-effective multi-user monitoring solution for schools, houses of worship and conferencing
Recessed headphone jack for secure connection
Ergonomically designed easy-access raised volume control knob
Up to 30 hours of operation from 2 "AA" alkaline batteries
UPC: 701001004089

Telex SR-50 Specs

Type of ReceiverSingle Frequency Assistive Listening Receiver
RF Carrier Frequency Range72 - 76 MHz
Approx. Working RangeApprox. 300'
Overall Frequency Response100 Hz - 10 kHz, (+/-3dB)
Signal-to-Noise RatioGreater than 60 dB
# Of Channels1 Fixed Channel (Channel 031)
Type of Output(s)(Recessed) 3.5mm Mini Jack
Headphone MonitoringYes, 3.5mm Audio Output NOTE: This Jack Also Serves as the Charger Input
Power RequirementsTwo (2) "AA" Batteries
Battery Type/Approx. LifeTwo (2) "AA" Batteries/30 Hours Alkaline, 10 Hours NiCad
DisplayBacklit On/Tuning Indicator
Mounting OptionsBelt or Pocket
Antenna TypeUses Earphone Wire
Dimensions4 x 2.75 x 1" (101 x 70 x 25mm)
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 4.7 x 1.7"
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does this translate?
Asked by: Anonymous
This a radio receiver. It may be used by a human translator, who is monitoring a person speaking.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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