WiFi audio streaming systems consist of a transmitter connected to a sound source such as a mixer board, which sends the sound to cell phones, via a wireless access point (a dedicated router). Depending on router strength, more than 100 simultaneous listeners can access the WiFi wireless access point. Smartphones, preloaded with the WiFi streamer app, act as receivers. Listeners can bring their own headphones, earbuds, or neckloop to connect to their phone. We can also provide the listening apparatus for your event attendees.
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