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Wireless Accessories

OTTO’s Wireless Ear Receivers make your OTTO Two and Three Wire kits perfectly covert. The Wireless Ear Receiver fits securely in your ear canal. It is comfortable and almost invisible.

Used in conjunction with either the OTTO Flat Pack Inductor or Neck Loop style Inductor to create the invisible inductive field that transmits the radio’s sound to the Wireless Ear Receiver.

Wireless receivers are available in squelch and non-squelch versions, the squelch version contains squelch circuitry that mutes the amplifier during periods when no signal (i.e. radio receive) is present. This feature removes the “hiss” which is present in conventional wireless earpieces and its absence should not be treated as a fault. In use, care should be taken to ensure the radio inductor assembly is correctly positioned on the body and in addition, the receive volume control is adjusted to the required level.

All models are shipped as a kit including carrying pouch, four A10 batteries, fifteen wax filters, and one wax filter tool.
Wireless Receiver
  • Small lightweight unit which fits comfortably inside the ear
  • Includes carrying pouch,15 wax filters, battery and tool
Flat Pack Inductor
  • Creates inductive field that carries the transmission to the Wireless Ear Receiver
  • Standard two-pin connector provides quick connection to a two or three-wire kit
Neckloop Inductor
  • Creates inductive field that carries the transmission to the Wireless Ear Receiver
  • 29" or 49" lengths available in beige colour

Wireless Accessories

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