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Speaking & Listening 1


Key Features n 30 metres range


n Rechargeable headsets - 8 hours battery life n Rechargeable transmitter n 6 hours battery life n Microphone to talk to all connected headsets


n A/B/C channel select three sets in same space without interfering


n Use up to 18 headsets with one transmitter n Replaceable ear cushions n Adjustable volume on headsets


1 TTS ClassCast TTS ClassCast is our very own


innovative way to share audio in the classroom. With TTS ClassCast you can wirelessly transmit audio from virtually any device! Simply connect the device to the transmitter and the audio will automatically stream to the connected headsets. The headsets and transmitter have three chan- nels (A/B/C) which means that you can have more than one transmitter being used in the same space. TTS ClassCast comes with six headsets, all wireless and


rechargeable. The headsets are robust and durable to stand the test of time in any classroom, even the ear cushions are replaceable! You can connect up to 18 headsets to one transmitter for wider sharing in the classroom and the range is up to 30 metres so children can walk around with these headsets on. The transmitter also has a microphone cut in but- ton which is extremely handy for interrupting the audio to speak directly into the children’s headsets. The TTS ClassCast is the ideal way to share


audio to headsets, great for story time, working around one tablet/laptop or listening to music. Perfect for: - Story time


- Listening to music - Working around a computer or tablet


EL00499 Connect up to 18 headsets Visit the e-catalogue at www.tts-trade.co.uk and email your orders to trade@tts-group.co.uk 41 Works perfectly with tablets


COMPUTING & ICT


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