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PSC FPSC0037 - Wireless IFB Inductive Earpiece

PSC FPSC0037 - Wireless IFB Inductive Earpiece
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PSC FPSC0037 Overview

The FPSC0037 from PSC is an inductive earpiece receiver ideal for cueing news anchors, stage performers, and live presenters. The earpiece receives signals from either an inductive neckloop, which is placed around the neck and hidden under clothes, or from a large loop, which can be used room or stage-wide to cue multiple users. Suitable for adults or children, the flesh-colored earpiece is easily concealed and remains hidden thanks to the fact that there are no wires running directly to the ear.

PSC FPSC0037 Specs

Receiver Type
82.5 dB (@ 2100 Hz)
Output Level
78 dB (Average)
Battery Type/Life
#10 Zinc Air / Approx. 50 Hours
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.255 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.95 x 4.1 x 1.45"

PSC FPSC0037 Reviews

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Dou you need the loop neck or other connection for it to work?
Asked by: Anonymous
A PSC inductive neckloop would be required for operation, along with an 1/8 headphone audio output on the device being used to feed audio to the PSC FPSC0037 wireless IFB Inductive Earpiece.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2022-04-05


What is the range
Asked by: Anonymous
When using in conjunction with an inductive neckloop, range would be approximately 6-12 dependent on the product. With a loop installed at a location, this is dependent on the transmitter power and generally has a radius of 12 feet or so depending on location and installation.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Is the earpiece waterproof?
Asked by: Anonymous
I wouldn't call it waterproof. It's certainly sweat resistant - I used it for a one man show with a very sweaty actor and never had a problem. It's probably fine in an outdoor environment with rain, but I wouldn't submerge it
Answered by: William H.
Date published: 2023-12-24


Does the earpiece come with an inductive neck loop? I have a neck loop from another earpiece. Is it compatible with your earpiece?
Asked by: Brian L.
Ours came with one but we've lost the earpiece so I couldn't say if they're compatible or not!
Answered by: Chad C.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Can this be paired with an iPhone?
Asked by: Maksumul H.
No, it works with a radio device one way comunication, is used frequently to receive cues to TV anchors or remind the script to actors... have no microphone and is not bluetooth.
Answered by: Victor D.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Can I plug the transmitting end into computer speakers?
Asked by: Anonymous
The transmitting end needs an audio source. Since computer speakers are not an audio source, technically you can not plug a transmitting end into a pair of computer speakers as the speakers are not sending an audio source. The earpiece, in conjunction with a inductive neckloop are typically fed by a wireless receiver, such as the Lectrosonics R1a. For this system to work you need to send the R1a/PSC earpiece an audio source via a transmitter. This could be something like a Lectrosonics LMa for example. You could plug the output of a computer into a transmitter, which would then send audio to a receiver, and in turn plug the inductive neckloop into the receiver to hear the output of your computer. Hope that makes sense.
Answered by: Jason D.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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