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The WG-D100 can be carried by hand or on a clip or lanyard

TOA reports that its WG-D100 digital wireless tour guide system combines ‘crystal-clear audio quality with secure and stable transmission’. The lightweight receivers and transmitters can be carried by hand or on a clip or lanyard. They can be charged individually via a micro USB port or through the WG-TC12A battery charger. With the WG-D100SK SyncKit, the receiver channels can be synchronised while the units are charging.

Users can record content by connecting the recorder to the aux output of the receiver and there is a choice of internal mic, external mic and aux input on the transmitter. The connection of multimedia devices such as MP3 players and smartphones to the aux input of the transmitter to transmit media content to the receivers is also supported. The receiver comes with a separate headphone output and aux level output on the receiver and it will power off when no input signal is detected for 20 minutes. The LCD display shows channel number, mic/earphone volume, battery status and receiver signal strength.



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