Over the past few years silent discos have swept the nation with their unique concept of wireless headphones providing music direct from the DJ to the fan. Music at a silent disco is broadcast via a FM-transmitter, and the signal is picked up by wireless headphone receivers worn by guests. Those without headphones hear nothing, which makes it appear as though there is a room full of people dancing to silence. In the earliest days of silent discos, before 2005, there would be only one channel available to listen to music through. Over time, the technology moved along to where there were two, and later technology allowed for a third channel that three separate DJs could broadcast over at the same time.
Silent discos are popular at music festivals as they allow dancing to continue past noise curfews. Similar events are "mobile clubbing" gatherings, where a group of people dance to the music on their personal music players.
This rental would come with 50 headphones and 3 transmitters. You would be responsible to supply the music and source. You can easily connect to a phone, ipad, or computer for music.