Oscar is a speaker that hangs from the ceiling, above your head. Sound is
projected downwards covering the entire operator’s listening area and creating
a surround effect.
In order for the sound to be perceived at its maximum quality, it must directly
reach our ears. Tiny speakers integrated in the transceivers top plate are of
little use because they are often hidden by shacks shelves. Medium
frequencies, in which voice and CW are located, have a narrow directionality
and they should be oriented to our ears. If it is not possible to have a
loudspeaker correctly placed in front of our head, the overhead sound is the
This model uses a lowloss
coaxial cable to carry the audio from
the transceiver to the speaker.
This model uses Bluetooth technology to
transmit the audio signal from the transceiver to