JK Audio BlueSet Intercom Headset Interface
Posted on 12 July 2022
Go Wireless! – BlueSet Intercom Headset Interface
Simply connect BlueSet to the headset jack of your existing intercom belt pack or console. Now pair to a Bluetooth wireless headset for short-range freedom from your belt pack or pair to your wireless phone for a quick intercom phone patch.
• Runs 6 hours on a charge, or full time on USB power.
• 4-pin or 5-pin, male or female XLR versions.
• Rugged design for field use.
These headset interfaces plug directly into most Party- Line (PL) belt packs, replacing the wired headset. A 3.5 mm stereo headset jack contains a mic level output signal suitable for recording, with the beltpack headphone signal on the left channel, and the Bluetooth return signal on the right. A switch selects between connection to a 3rd party Bluetooth headset or a cell phone.
• Electret / Dynamic Headset Compatibility
• HD Voice Compatible (Wide-Band Speech)
• Bluetooth Wireless Technology
• Mini USB power jack
• >6 hours on Internal Li-Ion Battery
• Trim pot adjusts Bluetooth Return
• Made in America
Pair BlueSet to your Bluetooth headset. Leave your belt pack on the desk as you walk around the room.
Pair BlueSet to your cell phone to extend your system around the world. The belt pack Mic/Talk button controls audio from the cell phone into the intercom system.
BluePack now features HD Voice technology, allowing 7 kHz Wide Band Speech when used with compatible phones on compatible networks. Read our HD Voice primer for more details.
Intercom Headset Compatibility
Female and Male XLR four and five pin versions available:
BlueSet-F4, BlueSet-F5, BlueSet-M4, BlueSet-M5
BlueSet – Wireless Headset Interface
• BlueSet-F4 – 4 pin female XLR socket
• BlueSet-M4 – 4 pin male XLR pins
• BlueSet-F5 – 5 pin female XLR socket
• BlueSet-M5 – 5 pin male XLR pins
*HD Voice: While standard phone calls have a narrow bandwidth of 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz, HD Voice calls offer 50 Hz to 7 kHz bandwidth. The additional 1.5 octaves on the low end gives voice a more natural sound, while the additional upper octave dramatically improves speech clarity and intelligibility.
*Wireless HD Calls: To take advantage of this extended bandwidth, both phones on the call must support HD Voice, and both phones must be on the same carrier, in coverage areas that support HD Voice