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Wireless Public Address upgrade kit

Califone International, Inc., announces the launch of its new Wireless PA Upgrade Kit (WS CK1). The upgrade can switch any PA system from the 700MHz band to a new frequency, allowing schools to go from a wired PA system to
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Califone International, Inc., announces the launch of its new Wireless PA Upgrade Kit (WS-CK1). The upgrade can switch any PA system from the 700MHz band to a new frequency, allowing schools to go from a wired PA system to wireless. The kit includes a wireless mic, transmitter and receiver, and is simple to install.

Through December 23, the kit is available for an introductory price of $295.

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