Broadcast Your Restaurant's, Bar's or Club's Television or Stereo to Any Customer Within 150ft!
How To Give Your Customers a Better Drinking and Dining Experience
When you think about your restaurant, bar, or club customers and the different ways you can keep them happy, one method always comes to mind.
You and I both know that your customers might want to listen to the game or music without the hassle of the crowded hustle and bustle of your packed establishment.
As they enjoy their drinks and food, two things help make it a fun experience.
Can you guess it?
Music and television.
Tune In to the TV while Enjoying some Drinks and Good Food
And not only do your patrons want to listen to music or watch television while they eat and drink… they want to choose the television station they watch and they want to hear it.
Why build a bank of televisions unless your customers have the ability to hear what’s being played?
Let me tell you a brief story…
The first time I went to a bar was in this new modern bar that had just opened up in Kalamazoo, MI.
Well I didn’t really notice it at first, but they had a bank of televisions above their bar area.
There were six televisions hovering above us. Now here’s the kicker, they had stations like ESPN, CNN and Fox News broadcasting during regular hours.
The bar was pretty popular that night and it was really busy with a lot of people having a good time with their friends, they wouldn’t allow any sound.
They had a sign on each television that read: DO NOT TURN UP VOLUME.
Instead of using an FM transmitter to broadcast the sound to the customers, each television was set up to display subtitles.
Smart Restaurant, Bar, and Club Owners Use an FM Transmitter
We couldn’t hear the television while we were having some drinks and our meal. Have you ever tried to read subtitles while people get in the way or try listening to the TV or Stereo while hundreds of people are laughing and talking over each other?
It becomes hard for some to deal with real quick.
That’s why smart restaurant, bar, or club owners like yourself should implement an FM transmitter to broadcast music or television selections to your patrons.
Here’s how it works:
Take an FM transmitter and plug the television audio source into it. The FM transmitter will broadcast the sound to any FM radio located inside your establishment.
But not just any FM transmitter will do. You need one with some power, you need one that will broadcast at least 150 feet so you can cover every nook and cranny of your establishment.
Only one wireless transmitter answers the call.
The Whole House FM Transmitter 3.0
The Whole House 3.0 transmits any audio source 150 feet in any direction. It’s got the muscle to cover your entire restaurant, bar, or club in any audio source you choose.
All your customers need is an FM radio to hear what you broadcast.
Place a little FM radio receiver on your tables, or bar area and your patrons will be able to watch television, and hear it too. As they wait for their meals and drinks the time will zip by and you will have a happy and content customers, who will want to spend more time in your establishment… which means more money spent in your establishment.
Of course you might be wondering why the Whole House FM Transmitter 3.0 is better than other wireless systems.
Here’s a few reasons we beat the pants off our competitors’ like Broadcastvision and Cardio Theater:
- Broadcast 150 feet in any direction
- Better pricing structure
- Proven track record
- Utilizes full public FM band
- Compact size (size of a deck of cards)
- Uses analog signal and can convert it to digital
These are only a few reasons why you should consider our Whole House FM Transmitter
It’s lower in price and affordable when compared to the competition.
If you’re a restaurant, bar, or club owner and you want to give your customers a better experience, then a Whole House FM transmitter 3.0 will be a step in the right direction.
|Transmission Output||We guarantee a radius of 150 feet|
|Frequency Range||88.0 ~ 108.0 in 0.1 MHz steps|
|Frequency Saving||3 preset buttons|
|Power Control||Mechanical Power Switch|
|Frequency Response||20Hz ~ 15KHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||>65dB|
|Audio Performance||0.2% distortion|
|RF Harmonica Rejection||Operation Time|
|Tuning Design||Stable PLL Technology|
|Meets FCC Part 15 Rules||Yes, FCC ID: XOA WHFM3|
|Meets Canada IC Rules||Yes, IC ID: 8728A-WHFM3|
|Transmission Signal||FM Stereo or FM Mono|
|Dimensions||4.1″ L, 2.7″ W, .9″ D|
|Weight (w/ antenna)||3.7 ounces|
|User Manual||Click here to view the User Manual|
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- The Broadcast Distance – broadcasts 150 ft. radius, guaranteed
- Digital Screen Display – large, easy to read LCD screen display
- Covers Full FM Band – 88.0 – 108.0 (even & odd frequencies)
- Microphone Port – broadcast your voice life to any FM Radio
- FCC Part 15 Complaint – FCC ID: XOAWH-FMT & IC: 8728A-WHFMT
- Easy Plug & Play – Takes about 5 minutes to setup
- Power it 4 Different Ways – 110/220V AC Wall Outlet, 12/25V DC Car Adapter, USB and 3 AA Batteries