Why is NeoPax the industry leader?

NeoPax’s pioneering design was the first to incorporate a pouch and fastening system into the belt itself, creating a one-piece design offering greater stability, insulation and ease of use.

NeoPax’s one-piece belt & pouch design completely eliminates the "flop-factor" of sliding pouch belts and the full-length u-loop backing allows the user to fasten the hook tab anywhere along the belt to provide a truly custom fit.

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What are NeoPax belts made of?

NeoPax belts (in black, white and beige), are made from thin durable neoprene; a soft, stretchy, insulating material that is comfortable to wear. Our neoprene is laminated with fabric on the inside and u-loop on the outside. While the elasticity of the neoprene holds the transmitter in the pouch quite well on its own, we do add two additional pouch straps which can be used during action shots for that extra bit of protection.

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Why choose NeoPax over other belts?
  • NeoPax belts are the industry leader for a reason. Our u-loop backing and hook tabs are stronger than the competition. Even after countless uses, you will still enjoy a firm and secure hold and peace of mind knowing that the belt will not fail during use. We have even gotten a report of an audio technician wiring NHL players with our belts. Even in action, the transmitter stayed snug and stable inside the pouch. The wearer is able to do his/her job without the distraction or discomfort of a flopping transmitter.
  • Two pouch straps are always included with each and every ankle, thigh and waist belt we sell. Our pouch straps are soft u-loop on one side and strong hooks on the reverse allowing the user to apply them quickly and more efficiently.
  • NeoPax belts are super insulated. Neoprene remains the best, most durable & effective material to protect the wearer from transmitters that can heat up as well as protecting the transmitter itself from damage during action shots.
  • Easy access pouches make inserting and removing transmitters a breeze. The material provides enough tension to keep it inside the pouch while providing enough stretch to slide the transmitter into the pouch without having to wrestle with the belt.
  • We have recently added a size label to each belt for easy identification so you can quickly identify each belt instead of needing to remember a color coding system.
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How long do NeoPax belts last?

The longevity of our belts will, of course, depend on the frequency of their use, the proper matching of transmitter size to pouch size and following washing instructions. The hook and loop attachment system will retain it's integrity for several hundred applications. We know that some people have used the same belts for years. We still encourage people to consider them an expendable, which sometimes convinces the production company to purchase NeoPax for the sound crew, especially on TV series!

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Where are NeoPax belts made?

While some materials we use can only be sourced from overseas, our NeoPax belts are cut and assembled IN THE USA, right here in sunny Southern California!

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Are NeoPax belts washable?

YES! We recommend using the gentle cycle or hand washing in cool water with a mild detergent. We also recommend hang drying.

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How do I determine what size to use?

NeoPax belts will accommodate a wide range of transmitter sizes.

See our sizing chart or go to our product page for dimensions and device compatibility.


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neopax wireless transmitter belt818.512.7307
Neopax, Inc.
12016 Eddleston Dr
Porter Ranch, CA 91326


Danielle LuSpecial Thanks to Glenn Berkovitz, Aaron Wallace, Bruce Jones, Larry Fisher, and Gordon Moore at Lectrosonics, Location Sound Corp, John Coffey, Claudia Rizzi and Danielle Lu (featured right), our NeoPax Belt Model. Photography by Warren Feldman.