Delta 50 Portable Desktop PA with Bluetooth
This little desktop portable PA system is ideal for teachers who are struggling to be heard in class. Weighing only 7.2 kg and measuring 38 x 30 x 22cm it's easy to carry around from room to room. At 50 watts RMS it's perfectly loud enough for speech and background music for the average class size.
It hs a built-in USB/SD/FM player and two handheld VHF microphones making it perfect for classroom activities, meetings and singing rehearsals. It runs from the mains or internal re-chargeable battery.
You can buy optional extra beltpacks and neckband microphones to use instead of the handheld mics if you need it to be hands-free.
Self-contained PA unit with a compact PP moulded cabinet in a desktop format. Built-in USB/SD/FM player with Bluetooth receiver and dual handheld VHF microphone system make this a comprehensive solution for tasks as diverse as classroom activities, meetings and singing rehearsal. Mains or internal re-chargeable battery operation and very manageable size enable this unique product to be used practically anywhere.
- Mains/rechargeable operation
- Built-in Bluetooth receiver
- Echo effect for microphones
- 2 x VHF handheld microphones included
- Integral holsters for handheld transmitters
- Integral USB/SD/FM media player with record function
- Powerful 50W output
- Optional neckworn transmitter available - 174.1MHz (178.851UK) and 175.0MHz (178.852UK)
- Power supply 110/240Vac, 50/60Hz (fig 8), 12Vdc or internal battery
- Battery 12Vdc 2.3A/h Sealed Lead Acid
- Battery life Up to 8 hours
- HF driver 2 x 25mmØ balanced dome
- LF driver 200mm (8") reinforced paper cone
- Output power 50Wrms
- SNR 85dB
- Construction Injection-moulded polypropylene
- Power supply : handheld transmitters 9Vdc (PP3 battery) each
- Wireless microphone frequencies 174.1MHz + 175.0MHz
- Frequency response : mic 40Hz - 15kHz
- SD/USB format FAT 32 (32GB max)
- Bluetooth version 2.1
- Dimensions 380 x 295 x 220mm
- Weight 7.2kg
This product is fitted with maintenance-free, sealed batteries. Although the charge holding capacity will reduce over time (as with all rechargeable batteries) following the guidelines below will ensure the best longevity and performance.
1. Before first use, connect the unit to the mains to completely charge the battery. The light will turn green when it is fully charged.
2. Avoid total discharge of the battery. Do not put the unit away while it is still switched on. If the unit becomes fully discharged it may not be possible to recharge it and the unit will make a clicking noise when you try to turn it on.
3. Do not overcharge the battery. When the light turns green the battery is fully charged and should be unplugged from the mains.
4. Charging can take up to 12 hours. The battery will charge more quickly if it is switched off during charging.
5. Using mains power and quick 'top up' charges do not harm the battery.
6. Charge the unit at least once a month, even if it has not been used.
7. Always turn the unit off, and disconnect from the mains when it is not in use or being charged.