Some details no one will notice but are too nice not to be seen. For stage performances Jannes has a headset microphone and of course the transmitter had to be neatly hidden in a leather pouch on the belt. Medieval people liked to decorate their stuff and certainly pouches and leather bags. The transmitter pouch of Jannes is therefore decorated with a 15th century image of none other than Jeanne D'arc, the national heroine of France. But why Jeanne D'arc for that is no coincidence! Because Jeanne heard voices she became (of course much later) the patron saint of radio broadcasting. So a perfect fit on a digital transmitter that ensures that the contemporary audience can hear a voice 'as if by a miracle'.