Scroll Down To See How To Set Up A DIY Hire
Frequently asked questions
How long do the batteries last?
All equipment will be sent fully charged. The headphone will run for up to 10 hours.
Can you use the equipment without power?
How many channels are there?
Most of our hires there are 3 channels. If you would like up to 6 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How far is the range of the headphones?
Up to 300m. It is always best to put the transmitters as high as you can.
Do I need to provide music?
You are welcome to proivde your own music, we will proivde a AUX which will plug into most phones, ipods, laptops & mp3 players.
How do the preloaded ipod/ mp3 players work ?
We can hire you ipod/ mp3 players. They will have Spotify installed and you can select the different playlists.
Can Silent Disco 4 Hire set up the equipment?
Sure, we can come along and set up the hire gear. Please email us for a quote.
Are the headphones LED?
Yes they flash different colours to the different colours.
What happenes if equipment gets lost or damaged?
Please check out our terms and conditions.
How do I book or enquire?
Delivery & Collection
How long is the hire?
We normally offer a 24 hour but if you hire on the weekend we offer one day free.
How does the delivery & collection work?
We deliver & colect with DPD. On the day of your delivery or collection they will provide a one hour window.
Can I collect the equipment and save some £££?
Sure, you are welcome to collect and return and we will take off 10%.
How To Set Up A DIY Hire
Step 1 - Transmitter
Locate and unpack the transmitters. Ensure the radio antennas are screwed in and upright.
Our headphones can switch between up to 3 channels so we send out 3 transmitters per hire.
Step 2 - Connecting
Turn the transmitters OFF, then connect the power cables and plug in to a power socket.
Please ensure the first transmitter you setup is set as CH1 (Channel 1).
Step 3 - Inputs & Switching
Connect the AUX cable into the AUDIO INPUT on the front of the transmitters, turn the mains on and then flick the switch from OFF to LO on the back of the transmitter.
You will know it is on because the red POWER light on the front will be illuminated.
Step 4 - Connecting Your Device
Connect the AUX cable to your audio device through the headphone socket. The audio device can be your phone, mp3 player, laptop, stereo or other.
Repeat STEP 1 to STEP 4 with the remaining two transmitters. The second transmitter setup should be set to CH2 (Channel 2) and then the third to CH3 (Channel 3). All transmitters need to be connected to a different audio device. The listener will now be able to flick between the audio on the 3 channels.
Keep transmitters elevated and spaced apart from each other using separate power supplies when possible.
Step 5 - Turning On The Headphones
Hold down the tune/on/off for a second until the power light is illuminated. Push the tune button to change between the channels once audio is playing.
Step 6 - Adjusting Headphone Volume
Adjust the volume of the headphones using the VOL. control slider. For best quality sound, increase the volume on the audio device and allow the listener to control the volume on their headphones.
Top Tip – Use the highest media quality possible when playing/streaming music and the equaliser (EQ) settings on your device can be used to fine tune if required.
Step 7 - After your event.
Please make sure you turn off all the equipment.
Please pack the boxes neatly making sure all the equipment is there.