Performance: The TR-1 is the smallest, lightest package we
could design without making it impossible to manipulate while in a hurry, or in
Durability: Long the industry's durability leader, we have
applied our 18 years of experience in building tough, hard-wearing products to
the creation of the TR-1. It is housed in an extruded metal cabinet with
interior ribbing to add to structural strength and to provide support down both
sides of the printed circuit board. Resilient plastic bezels protect the ends.
Only the best quality printed circuit board material is used and components are
mounted extra-securely. The connectors and controls are of professional
Value: The simplicity of assembly leads to maximized
productivity. Quality of the components and durability of the finished product
result in low anticipated warranty repair and replacement costs. The resulting
price is surprisingly low, particularly for a product with industry-leading
features and functions. A limited, 3-year, quibble-free warranty applies.
Compatibility: In addition to the compatibilities described
above, internal jumpers will allow the TR-1 to interface with a host of other
present and earlier configurations, including those with operating current on
Pin 3, but excluding balanced systems.
On the top (or front) panel there are inputs for both ¼" and 3.5mm plugs and a rotary volume control which can be turned down, but not all the way off.
Internal jumpers allow the technician to set the lowest level preferred.
The bottom (or rear) panel features a green LED indicating that the unit is connected to the system and is receiving the required 18~30 VDC from the power supply.
A second LED, red, flashes, indicating that audio traffic is being received.
An external but recessed switch allows the technician to choose between single and two channel operation.
Connection to the IFB circuit is made using the TR-1’s removable/replaceable cables that terminate either in a 3-pin female or a 3-pin male XLR or, provided with a cable which Ys, both.
They are available in a variety of lengths.
Connection to the TR-1 is via a 3-pin mini XLR.
The actual cable used is the steel reinforced type that has proven its strength on our 200 series headsets for the past 18 years.
A hard-wired version will be made available on special order.