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With adjustable volume up to 120 dB, the Sonumaxx 2.4 Headset System from Humantechnik has exceptionally clear audio reproduction and high-quality sound - reliable and free of background noise.
A special feature of the Sonumaxx 2.4 Headset System is the possibility to switch from the reception of the TV sound to the built in microphone of the receiver so that you can listen to conversations too.
The transmitter serves as storage and docking station, at the same time recharging the receiver's battery. A fully charged battery will last 6 to 8 hours, depending on the set volume. Two batteries are included, so these can be used and recharged alternatingly.
A button on the front of the sonumaxx 2.4 transmitter serves to select one of three sound profile presets, so the user can choose which one suits him best.
The Sonumaxx 2.4 Headset System has digital (Optical/Toslink) connections, and also Analogue audio connection or you can use the supplied Microphone to pick up the sound.
Base:125mmØ x 40mm
Receiver: 66g incl battery kgs
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Is it possible to connect this appliance to a Samsung 6 Series smart TV without cutting off the TV's speakers? I have a sound bar with sub-woofer fitted, which might using a microphone difficult.
It depends on the TV whether the speakers cut off, but if you used an optical splitter https://www.sarabec.com/digital-audio-optical-splitter-p1152/ the signal would be shared between the soundbar and the sonumaxx. you would also need to change the TV's
How does the 230/450 pick up sound from TV? does it need a cable connection or is it completely wireless?
There are a couple of options, the most popular method is a direct connection to the TV using Opticalor phono connectors that are supplied, the second method is a microphone that plugs into the back of the transmitter which is then stuck onto the speaker
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