Are Silent Discos suitable for children?
Yes and kids love it! You can control the “master volume” by turning down the volume on the audio device connected to the audio input of the transmitter. This means that the maximum volume any set of headphones can receive is limited. Both Bob and Harry have adjustable headbands and are regularly used by people of all ages. The Ned beltpacks allow connection of any wired headphones with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Silent Disco is often a great option to allow a diversity of music to be played at any one time. For example, you could have: pop, nursery rhymes or fun playlists for kids and different genres for adults.
Over-Ear wireless headphones are also used to play children stories during meal times or video games and movies without disturbing other people in the same room.
Do you cater for events other than Silent Discos?
You name it, we've probably done it. Check out our homepage, our headphones are used for a wide-variety of applications: Education Cinema Festivals Student Unions Sports and Fitness Conferences Care Homes Walking Tours Home Silent Disco Everything ...
What is the best song for a Silent Disco?
The Killers - 'Mr Brightside' is officially the best Silent Disco Anthem ever. If you’re stuck, we have our very own playlists you’re welcome to use on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/silentdiscoking?si=6t2LMPSPR26HuWjUkgZu9g
How many headphones do we need?
Silent Discos are usually very popular, we would recommend having a set of headphones for every attendee. The headsets last around 8-10 hours. If your event is longer than 10 hours, we would recommend hiring 2 headsets per attendee.
How many Silent Disco headphones can I connect at once?
You can connect an unlimited number of headphones and receivers at once without any loss in signal, sound degradation or delay.
Can I use your headphones to watch a film, TV, Netflix, Sky, DVD or Blu-Ray?
Yes! Just connect the audio output to the transmitter using the provided 3.5mm or phono/RCA cables provided. Many TVs, DVD players and Blu-Ray devices have an audio output on the back. This is the best way to connect, but you can also use the ...