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JK Audio BluePack with HD Voice
Wireless interview tool
BluePack allows live man-on-the-street interviews through a cell phone equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology. The belt pack provides a professional look and feel to field reporters and remote talent. It pairs to a cell phone like a Bluetooth wireless headset. A 3.5mm stereo line input jack allows recordings to be mixed into the broadcast. The 3.5mm stereo line output jack provides the full bandwidth microphone signal on the left channel and Bluetooth audio on the right channel. The stereo headphone output gives a mix of both inputs plus the return audio with a 0.5W stereo headphone amplifier. BluePack also pairs to Bluetooth equipped sound cards and music players in full bandwidth stereo A2DP mode. This system now offers improved voice bandwidth using Bluetooth HD Voice wireless technology. HD Voice is available on many third party headsets and cell phones, offering wireless freedom with improved speech quality.
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