Topic: How do You Use an Audio Tour Guide System?

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How do You Use an Audio Tour Guide System?


Once the earpieces and/or headsets are given to the group, the Tour Guide or Event Forerunner turns on a radio microphone transmitter and says to the viewers via a handheld or head-worn microphone. The group tour associates then adjust their volume to a level that is contented to them.

The wireless audio guide systems are lightweight, portable, comfortable to wear, even for long periods - receivers obtainable with up to 24 hours battery life.

Tour Guide Systems are Ideal for:

·         Guided Tours of public gatherings, museums, sports grounds and arenas, art galleries - both indoors and outdoors, and historical buildings,

·         Noisy Environments – such as noisy factory tours

·         Assistive Listening or Radio aid system for hard of hearing persons (using a hearing aid with telecoil for induction loop)

·         Simultaneous translation for multilingual meetings, or sim. Trans. system


Presentations at exhibitions,  Silent Conference, and for numerous breakout sessions working in the same space, select the station on the receiver; open-plan halls and within temporary structures like a marquee inflatable dome. They are highly beneficial and useful for travelers and tourists.

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