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Listen Tour Guide System
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The listen tour guide system can help tour groups communicate, or assist in language interpretation in small facilities, like meetings, houses of worship, or other venues..
- Designed to facilitate easy, effective communication with large groups.
- Ideal for tour groups, meetings, houses of worship, and other venues.
- Helps tour groups communicate or assist in language interpretation.
- One transmitter comes with a varying number of receivers depending on the venue.
- Includes a variety of listening and transmitting components to accommodate user needs.
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Bluehertz Audioguides offers several portable group audio guide systems to facilitate voice transmission and reception (whisper systems, tour guide system or audio guides for groups). The guide speaks into a transmitter equipped with a microphone, which wirelessly broadcasts their voice into the headphone receivers of each user, without creating noise or disruption to those around them.
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A model conceived for visits in extreme industrial environments, where machines and ambient noise prevent the guide's voice from reaching the visitors' ears.
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A recent innovation from our workshops, this device allows great versatility of use: enjoy it as an audio guide to listen to recorded audio, and also as a tour guide system so that the guide can lead the group and complete the explanations.
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WHAT IS A TOUR GUIDE SYSTEM (WHISPER SYSTEM)? A tourguide system is a device composed of a wireless transmitter with a microphone which is used by the guide or speaker and a set of wireless receivers and headphones that are worn by visitors. The wireless receivers allow them to listen to the guide's explanations continuously throughout the tour. The aim of a tourguide system is for the visitors to be able to hear the guide clearly without being close to him/her. They are highly recommended for groups bigger than 10 and essential for even larger groups. Note: Tour guide systems are an alternative solution to audio guide players which are used by those who wish to take a tour independently without the presence of a guide. Visit the audio guides page to learn more. audioguides
WHY USE A TOURGUIDE SYSTEM ? Tour guide systems allow the user to easily hear the guide at a constant volume without having to worry about how far away the guide is. This ease of use during the tour improves listening attention and, as a consequence, significantly enhances the overall quality of the tour. Users who are given tour guide systems, also called whisper systems, tend to value their visit more highly.
TECHNOLOGY ANALOG OR DIGITAL TRANSMISSION Tour guide systems or whisper systems were analog until the early 2000s. The appearance of digital transmission in tourguide systems brought about significant improvements: - The audio volume in the receivers increased. - The coverage range increased to become greater than 100 meters. - The background noise or crackling that was constantly present in the recipient's receiver disappeared, even when the guide isn’t speaking. - Interference or clicks reduced significantly, only appearing when the receiver is about to leave the coverage area. - The maximum number of groups that could be in an area without interference went from two to 20. - Battery consumption reduced significantly, increasing the usage time between charges. Analogue and digital transmission equipment still coexist in the market. The main advantage of an analog system is its low price point.
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TOURGUIDE SYSTEM 2.4G In the last two years, a digital technology variant called 2.4G has entered the tour guide systems market which uses the 2.4Ghz frequency band. It’s cheaper than digital transmission because it uses the same technology as 2.4G wifi routers. However, it has the same range as 2.4G wifi devices, which is around 50 meters at best. In practice, this range is insufficient for a whisper system.
BATTERIES Currently, only two types of batteries are used in Tour guide systems: Lithium or lithium polymer batteries. These are the best options. Primary advantages include a low weight, a small size, fast charging and a large capacity. However, its price and the need for an intelligent charging system must be considered. Nickel-metal-hydride batteries (NI-MH) are the same AA and AAA rechargeable batteries found in conventional remote controls. These were the preferred option before the arrival of lithium batteries. The biggest drawback when used in tourguide systems is their weight which is uncomfortable for the users because the tour guide device must constantly hang from their neck. Their most significant advantage is a lower cost.
HOW TO USE A WHISPER SYSTEM The group guide or speaker must carry the transmitting equipment and microphone while each listener must carry a receiver with a headset or headphones. The devices are small in size and should be worn around the neck to ensure reliable coverage. Carrying the transmitter or receiver in a pocket is not recommended because it could reduce the range. All transmitters and receivers of a group must be tuned to the same frequency channel. Numerous frequency channels are available. GROUP SIZE There is no limit to the number of tourguide receivers in a group. For listeners to clearly hear the guide's explanations, they only need to be within the coverage area or range of the transmitter. The receivers do not interfere with one another. NUMBER OF TRANSMITTERS There can only be one transmitter at a time in each group. There may be several speakers with a transmitter in the same group, but they must coordinate among themselves so as not to have two active simultaneous transmitters in the same group. NUMBER OF GROUPS When using digital transmission equipment, there may be several groups in the same area or room (up to a maximum of 20 digital transmission groups). For this to work, each group must be on a different frequency channel. Note: If using analog transmission equipment, there can only be two groups in the same area. It is not possible to add a third analog group in the same area, even if it is in another channel. This is a limitation of the analog system.
RANGE A quality guided tour system (Tour guide system) should allow the receivers to hear the guide comments while being at a distance of at least 100 meters. A range below 100 meters does not offer a large enough coverage area.
TYPES OF MICROPHONES The tour guide transmitter can use different microphones. Three types are typically used: Headset or head microphones: The microphone includes a headband to adjust onto the guide’s head. The microphone is very close to the mouth, approximately 2-3 centimeters away. The guide uses this microphone when in motion. It is also highly recommended for noisy environments. Having the microphone so close to the mouth effectively captures the voice while the ambient background noise is lower. The microphone cap, which is hidden by foam, is L-shaped and directive. The short side of the L should point towards the mouth. Neck or tie microphones: The microphone has a clip which snaps onto the neck of the shirt, not far from the throat. This microphone is used when the speaker is standing still or sitting down. It should not be used when the speaker is in motion or a noisy environment. The tie microphone will always have a volume lower than the headset. Pencil microphone: The microphone resembles a pencil. When connected to the transmitter, the set is used as a standard handheld microphone. This solution works wonderfully when several speakers are sharing the microphone because it is easy to pass between presenters.
TYPES OF HEADPHONES Visitors can use different types of headphones with a tour guide receiver. Three types are typically used: Monaural earset: These fit on one ear leaving the other ear free. This is the most commonly used type and is effective for guided tours in enclosed and open spaces. In urban areas with traffic, this is the only model that should be used because it does not distract the user from the environment. Its usage in noisy environments is not recommended. Headphones: These fit over the head thanks to a headband. Audio can be heard through both ears. These are only recommended in noisy environments. They should not be used in areas with traffic because they distract the user from the environment. Disposable earbuds: Only one user should use them because the button-shaped earbud is inserted deep into the auditory pavilion. They cannot be shared because they are not hygienic. The user does not have to return them upon finishing the tour.
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Tour guide systems help tour groups overcome background noise and distance from the tour guide – even in noisy surroundings. Tour guide systems are used in factories, museums, power plants, zoos, theme parks, and anywhere else that tours are conducted. Tour guide systems are also used for hearing assistance and language interpretation. AudioLinks offers a large selection of Listen Technologies tour guide systems.
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ListenTALK Tour Guide Systems
Simple to use. Push-to-talk conversations. Secure encrypted communications. That’s what ListenTALK from Listen Technologies is all about. Plus, we are so confident about this brand’s capabilities that we have made it one of our premier offerings. If you are a tour guide or frequently run training sessions in plants and factories , these systems are for you. IAS Tour Guide can help, whether you’re running a tour in a quiet museum setting or in a high-noise environment full of running machinery and equipment. Thus, these systems are perfect for tour guide situations for their ease of use. Because these situations often present acoustical challenges, like ambient noise or interference from other tour groups, you need something that will solve your daily operational problems. ListenTALK helps all participants communicate and enjoy a positive experience.
ListenTALK is a smart two-way tour guide system that goes above and beyond the traditional tour guide applications for a truly seamless experience. Consequently, it features the latest in wireless technology as an all-in-one device. Thus, this fosters collaboration and communication between two or more parties. It adapts to any situation or noise environment for a trusted experience every time. Best part is, ListenTALK transceivers don’t take long to set up and pair – less than a second in fact!
The secure connections are simple and flexible. Choose from three participant modes:
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Easily configure your groups and users via the docking station tray. Designed with flexibility at the forefront, you can now meet and exceed the demands of any environment. This is true from museums and schools to factory floors and warehouses. So, it’s time you made a positive and lasting impression on your tour or training group with ListenTALK’s wireless tour guide systems.
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IAS Tour Guide would be glad to provide you with more information on Listen Technology’s ListenTALK products. In conclusion, call us toll free at 800-500-8005 or locally at 309-693-1916 .
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Audio Guide System for Museum and Attractions
Audio tour guide system is an easy-to-use wireless communication system designed for museum visits, tour groups, galleries, places of interest, and trade shows. Wireless audio tour guide system is a better way to provide tours for your tour groups.
Tour guides need to effectively convey information to tourists, but this can be difficult in museums where silence is necessary or in noisy cultural attractions. The solution is to use an audio guide systems where the museum guide whispers into a microphone and tourists listen through earphones, improving the quality of visits, and reflecting the professional service of guides.
Retekess TT122 Wireless Tour Guide Audio System
Tour guide system.
- 2.4GHz frequency, free worldwide use
- Working range up to 150m/492ft in an open area
- Transmitter works 12 hrs; receiver works 18 hrs
- One button to mute the transmitter
- One key to turning off all receivers
- Synchronize channels automatically
Retekess TT106 Whisper Tour Guide System
- 9999 channels
- Transmitter works for 23 hrs; receiver works for 25 hrs
Retekess T130S T131S Audio Guide Systems
- 49 channels
- Transmitter works for 20 hrs; receiver works for 20 hrs
- Working range up to 100m/328ft in an open area
Retekess TT124 Two Way Tour Guide System
- Supports two-way interaction
- Working range up to 280m/656ft in an open area
- Transmitter works for 7 hrs; receiver works for 12 hrs
Audio Guide System for Visit Museum
Audio guide system is an easy-to-use wireless communication system designed for museum visits, tour groups, galleries, places of interest, and trade shows. Wireless audio tour guide system is a better way to provide tours for your tour groups.
Why do museum tours need an audio guide system?
Museums showcase the heritage, art, history, and science of a region or country. Visiting museums can help culture lovers learn about and appreciate different cultures and traditions, and it can also broaden their horizons by exposing them to new ideas and perspectives. Therefore, it is very important to effectively convey information, and the museum guide should clearly convey the knowledge and information about the exhibits to every tourist.
However, in museums where silence is needed, the tour guide has to introduce the exhibits at a low volume, which will inevitably lead to some tourists not hearing clearly; in noisy cultural attractions, the guide has to gather the visitors in order to convey the sound to everyone and he has to yell, which will cause some harm to the guide's throat health.
In fact, to solve the above problems, only an audio guide systems is needed. The museum guide whispers into the microphone, and the tourists listen easily through the earphones.
Benefits of Using a Tour Guide Audio System for Museums:
- Improving the quality of visits: Through the audio tour guide device, tour guides can improve the quality of visits by explaining exhibits and interesting historical and cultural facts to culture lovers in detail.
- Increased engagement: When every visitor can hear the explanation clearly, they can concentrate on understanding the exhibits, which helps enhance the visitor experience.
For tour guides:
- Improve work efficiency: With the wireless tour guide system, the museum guide can easily manage his tour group. And he does not have to repeat the explanation to the visitors who did not hear clearly, so the work of the tour guide will be easier.
- Professional service level: The introduction of the audio guide systems into museum visits reflects the high-quality services provided by travel agencies and tour guides, which will attract more tourists.
Why do museum tours need a wireless audio guide system?
What can the tour guide equipment bring to my outdoor trip, benefits of using a tour guide audio system:.
For outdoor adventure groups, tour guide devices not only help the guide communicate clearly and effectively with the entire group, but most importantly, on outdoor adventures or busy city streets where bringing the group together and ensuring everyone's safety can be challenging. Tour guide systems can help guides communicate important safety information and directions to the group, reducing the risk of an accident or getting lost.
Why choose Retekess Audio guide system?
Affordable audio guides: Solve your listening problems during travel at an affordable price, and every penny spent on audio guides is worth it.
User-friendly audio guides: Easy to use and set up, no need to spend time learning manuals, easy to operate for visitors of all ages and abilities; plug and play, no hardware or technology required.
Portable audio guides: Only palm size, very lightweight, you will not feel any discomfort after wearing it for a long time; pocket-sized tour headsets are easy to carry, and we also provide a portable bag for you to choose from.
Best audio guides: Adopt advanced PLL technology to ensure stable signal and clear sound without any noise or distortion that may affect the audience's understanding; use high-quality materials to ensure durability and practicality, and can withstand frequent traffic in a busy tourist environment use.
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8 Benefits To Choose TT106 Tour Guide System
If you are struggling to choose a full functioning tour guide system. Retekess TT106 wireless guide system is undoubtedly the best choice. Ear-hook design for the receiver, light-weight, easy to wear. reject noise interference and not disturb other people around. it can help you solve the problems in different scenarios and leave customers with a beautiful and deep visit experience.
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Why the T130S tour guide system? Work with T130 audio guide system, and it has longer range, both AUX and mic jack.
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5 Best Wireless Audio Tour Guide Systems for 2023
In the fast-paced world of tourism and cultural exploration, audio tour guide systems have become indispensable tools for delivering a rich and immersive experience to visitors. With the advancements in wireless technology, these systems have evolved to provide better sound quality, improved range, and increased versatility.
As we step into 2023, let’s explore the top 5 wireless audio tour guide systems that are revolutionizing guided tours across the globe.
1. Retekess T130 99 Channel Tour Guide System Wireless
Retekess ‘s wireless audio tour guide system stands out with its exceptional audio quality and T130 99 Channel Tour, a sleek and modern device that combines functionality with convenience. With its low power consumption LCD display and PLL Technology for stable signal transmission, this compact device ensures high performance and safety in any environment. Its long-lasting 600mAh battery can provide up to 18 hours of usage after a full recharge, making it ideal for travel.
With a transmission range of 196ft, the T130 allows for seamless communication between one transmitter and multiple receivers. The package includes 1 transmitter and 10 receivers, allowing up to 99 groups to operate simultaneously in a single location.
Connect the transmitter to a laptop, phone, or MP3 player using the mic input port and enjoy clear and consistent wireless audio transmission. The device also includes an earpiece for personal listening and a lanyard for added convenience and safety.
2. 7 Person Tourguide System, made by Williams Sound
The 7 Person Tourguide System by Williams Sound is a reliable and user-friendly audio tour guide system designed for small to medium-sized groups. This system excels in delivering high-quality audio and offers a range of features to enhance the overall tour experience.
One of the standout features of the 7 Person Tourguide System is its impressive audio quality. With advanced digital signal processing technology, it ensures clear and intelligible sound reproduction. Visitors can enjoy crisp narrations, immersive background music, and accurate translations, enabling them to fully engage with the tour content.
In terms of range and coverage, this system performs admirably. Its wireless transmission range is robust, providing reliable and consistent audio coverage even in large venues or outdoor environments. Visitors can move freely within the designated range without experiencing signal dropouts or interference, ensuring an uninterrupted tour experience.
Usability is another strong point of the 7 Person Tourguide System. It has been designed with simplicity in mind, making it easy for both guides and visitors to operate. The intuitive interface and straightforward controls enable tour guides to manage the system effortlessly, while visitors can quickly familiarize themselves with the device, enhancing their overall user experience.
3. Anleon 902mhz-927mhz Tour Guide Wireless
Anleon 902MHz-927MHz portable system, a user-friendly device that delivers professional audio solutions for a wide range of applications. Whether it’s visitor guidance, conferences, or assistive listening, this product is designed to meet your audio needs. The package includes one transmitter and five receivers for seamless communication.
With its low power consumption, this device offers over 24 hours of playtime, ensuring long-lasting performance. Operating in the 902-927 MHz ISM band, no user licensing is required, providing added convenience. Please note that this system does not offer automatic audio translation, so a human language interpreter may be necessary for translation purposes.
Using the radio microphone transmitter, presenters can easily transmit audio messages to the audience, who can then listen through the lightweight receivers. The system supports multiple receivers within an operating range of 100m, thanks to the PLL frequency synthesis technique, which ensures uninterrupted signal transmission.
The UHF frequency range offers six selectable channels, and the LCD screen on both the transmitter and receivers provides information on frequency, channel, battery status, and level. For added convenience, earphones are also included.
4. EXMAX ATG-100T 195-230MHz Wireless
EXMAX ATG-100T Tour Guide is a lightweight and portable device that offers exceptional functionality. With a signal transmission range of 50-60m and 99 frequency channels spanning 164-197ft, this system allows up to 40 groups to operate simultaneously using the 99 select IDs.
Simply speak into the microphone at the transmission end, and the receiver can hear the voice clearly through the earphones. Multiple receivers can be connected to a single transmitter using the same frequency, providing flexibility and convenience. The system includes 2 transmitters and 30 receivers, ensuring seamless communication.
Designed to prevent automatic interference from different frequencies, this system guarantees crystal-clear transmission of information. The battery provides approximately 18 hours of usage, and the aluminum charge case not only offers protection against fire but also ensures the device’s durability.
Both guides and groups can benefit greatly from this product. The included lanyard allows for easy carrying around the neck, minimizing the risk of losing it. The ear hook microphone ensures complete sanitation as it can be clipped on, providing a hands-free operation without the need to put it in your ears. This enables a clear and proper presentation of information.
5. EXMAX 60-108MHz Portable DSP Stereo Wireless
EXMAX 60-108MHz tour guide system is a compact device that offers both Stereo and Mono audio output. With stable digital signal transmission and exceptional audio clarity, this portable device provides an excellent listening experience. The large LCD screen ensures easy operation and convenience.
Adjust the AUX line-in and microphone loudness according to your needs to create an optimal listening environment. The device includes an earphone and maintains a professional standard with noise levels below 60 dB. Its frequency adjustment range of 60dB to 108 dB allows transmission across the complete FM band.
Pair the device with multiple receivers when multiple tour guides are present in the same area. In open areas without obstacles, the signal can be transmitted up to 80m, ensuring coverage over a significant distance.
This versatile system allows you to transmit music from electronic devices such as phones, computers, CD players, or MP3 players. It’s also suitable for voice broadcasting in various scenarios, including training sessions, teaching environments, speeches, and travel.
Operating on digital signal processing technology, this device utilizes wireless radio at an FM frequency range of 60-108MHz (it does not support AM).
What to Consider When Choosing Wireless Audio Tour Guide Systems
When it comes to selecting the best wireless audio tour guide system for your specific needs, it’s important to consider several key factors. By evaluating these aspects, you can make an informed decision and ensure a seamless and immersive tour experience for your visitors.
One of the primary factors to assess is the sound quality offered by the audio tour guide system. Look for systems that provide clear and crisp audio reproduction, allowing visitors to hear every detail and narration without any distortion.
Opt for systems equipped with advanced digital signal processing technology, as they can enhance the audio quality and provide an immersive experience.
Range & Coverage
Consider the range and coverage capabilities of the wireless audio tour guide system. A system with a broad coverage range ensures that visitors receive uninterrupted audio signals, even in large venues or outdoor settings.
Look for systems that utilize robust wireless technologies to minimize the risk of signal loss or interference, providing consistent audio quality throughout the tour.
Evaluate the connectivity options offered by the audio tour guide system. Modern systems often provide multiple connectivity choices, such as Bluetooth, NFC, or Wi-Fi. These options allow visitors to connect their own devices, such as smartphones or tablets, for a more personalized experience.
The ability to support various connection methods ensures flexibility and compatibility with different devices.
Battery Life and Charging Options
Consider the battery life of the wireless audio tour guide system, especially if you anticipate longer tours or multiple tours in a day. Look for systems with long-lasting batteries that can endure the entire duration of the tour without interruption.
Explore the charging options available. Some systems may offer convenient charging stations or quick charging features, ensuring minimal downtime between tours.
Ease of Use
Choose an audio tour guide system that is user-friendly for both the tour guides and the visitors. The system should have an intuitive interface, making it easy for tour guides to operate and manage the devices. Visitors should also find it straightforward to use, with clear instructions and simple controls.
Consider systems with features like automatic channel scanning or preset configurations, which simplify the setup process and enhance the overall user experience.
Scalability and Versatility
If your tours cater to varying group sizes or multilingual audiences, look for a wireless audio tour guide system that offers scalability and versatility. Systems that support real-time translations or multiple audio channels can accommodate diverse language requirements, ensuring a smooth and inclusive tour experience for all visitors.
Consider systems that can integrate with additional accessories like neck loops or headsets , providing comfort and customization options.
Durability & Reliability
For tours that involve outdoor or rugged environments, prioritize systems that are durable and reliable. Look for devices that are built with sturdy materials and are resistant to impact, dust, and moisture.
A reliable anti-interference mechanism is also crucial for stable and uninterrupted audio transmission, even in areas with heavy Wi-Fi traffic or other wireless devices.
Explore any additional features or technologies that the wireless audio tour guide system may offer. For example, augmented reality (AR) capabilities can provide a unique and interactive tour experience by overlaying virtual information onto real-world surroundings.
These features can enhance visitor engagement and make the tour more memorable.
As the tourism industry continues to grow and evolve, wireless audio tour guide systems play a crucial role in enhancing visitor experiences.
When choosing the right audio tour guide system , tour operators and cultural institutions should consider factors such as sound quality, range, connectivity options, scalability, durability, and additional features.
By investing in the right wireless audio tour guide system, they can create memorable and immersive experiences for their visitors, leaving a lasting impact on their journey of discovery and exploration.
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