Telex TR-700 UHF Wireless Portable Beltpack
The Telex TR-700 is a professional UHF beltpack transceiver with access to 1440 frequencies, offering detachable screw-in 1/4 wave antennas, and featuring a rugged and durable, but lightweight, cast magnesium construction. The unit operates on either 6 AA or NiMH battery power. Up to 4 units may operate simultaneously in conjunction with the Telex BTR-700 Base Station.
The TR-700 offers an LCD display for the parameters and functions of the simplified graphic user interface, supported by menu and navigation buttons. The top of the unit conveniently offers easy access to the volume control and talk button. The headset connector, available in Telex and RTS 4-pin XLR configurations, features automatic detection of the boom mic type, be it dynamic or electret.
The proprietary Telex Intelligent Power Control feature of the TR-700 reduces the beltpack output by 10 dB when in close proximity to the base station, essentially eliminating front-end overload and distortion – a significant advancement.
The TR-700 represents a well designed and highly innovative use of the available wireless intercom technology, presented in simplified, intuitive fashion to the benefit of both the novice and veteran user, for installation purposes, or broadcast truck and other location applications.
Bat/Overmod Light (BAT/OM)
Light will flash once when unit is turned on if the battery is good. If the light stays on, battery is low. If the light does not flash, battery is dead. A normal microphone gain setting will cause the LED to flash at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels. If the gain is too high, the LED will be red during the complete word at normal speech levels.
On/Off Volume Control
Turns the beltpack power on and controls head set volume
Press to enable the audio path to either Intercom Channel A or B or A + B, from the local headset microphone. The associated “TALK” LED, #6, will turn red when enabled. A quick press and release latches the talk function, unless latching has been disabled. Holding the button for over ½ second, will cause the audio path to be enabled only for as long as the button is held. If the talk function is latched on, pressing the talk but ton again will turn it off.
Will turn red when enabled by associated TALK or WTA button