Great sound is the key to better communication, in any language. You can break down language barriers with Listen equipment that’s efficient and easy to use. When the interpreter speaks into a microphone, the interpreted language transmits clearly and directly to a headset. It’s just what you’d expect, but with sound quality that captures the subtleties of tone in an interpretation, not just the words. No person gets excluded from the conversation—and no sound does either.
Stationary FM products allow you to wirelessly transmit an interpreter’s voice from a microphone to portable receivers with earphones and volume controls. FM technology works indoors or out and easily transmits through walls, giving you greater versatility.
Meet the perfect solution for simple or mobile language interpretation. With Portable FM products, the microphone conveniently plugs into a wireless body pack transmitter that broadcasts sound to headsets worn by the intended audience. So even though the setting might change, the sound quality won’t.
Get secure language interpretation for your audience. In settings where the conversations may be confidential, Stationary IR wirelessly transmits audio from a sound source to portable receivers with earphones and volume controls, all while respecting privacy. Infrared light transmits the sound, keeping the presentation or conversation within the confines of the room you’re in.
With up to 32 simultaneous channels, Digital IR makes it easy to provide interpretation in multiple languages, and to larger audiences—all without sacrificing privacy. Our system wirelessly transmits audio from a sound source to portable receivers with earphones and volume controls, and keeps the presentation within the confines of the room you’re in.
Be heard, and let your audience be heard, too—in any language. Our Digital Conferencing System facilitates interpretation and participation with an easy to install interpretation desk. Users can listen for their language by simply plugging in a headset to the headphone jack. Need multiple languages? Just add more interpretation desks. You can get up to 32 languages in all.