100-Person Portable Translation/Tourguide System (Limited Lifetime Warranty)
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Due to factors such as globalization or cultural diversity, it is normal for churches to be visited by people from different nationalities, which leads them to the need to acquire an simultaneous interpretation system in order to provide the best experience to their attendants.
100-Person Wireless Simultaneous Translation System Overview
This 100-Person Professional-grade Wireless Simultaneous Translation System provides superior sound quality and excellent coverage range, combining multiple-channel transmitter and receivers, as well as improved reliability and versatility. It can be expanded by adding an unlimited number of additional receivers. More foreign languages can be added for a maximum of 6 in the same room by purchasing 1 additional transmitter and microphone per language.
Specially designed for Churches and Houses of Worship, it has a unique integrated interpreter console function. This feature allows interpreters to select an external incoming audio source and utilize a headset with microphone to listen to the source language without the need of an interpreter console or external headphone amplifier. Through the headphones’ volume control, interpreters can set the desired incoming audio level and the mute button allows them to momentarily silence their microphone for coughing or sneezing.
How Do Interpretation System for Church Work?
There are three main parts you have to know:
The headset microphone: the mic that the translator wears when translating your services.
The translation transmitter: the device where translator’s microphone is hooked to for transmitting the language.
The translation receivers and headsets worn by the people receiving the translation.
The person translating your worship services needs to be able to hear what is being said. Either they are located in the sanctuary at the sound system booth, or they are in a soundproof translation booth that has an audio feed to their booth. They then take what is being said and translate it into the language of the people that are listening to them. They speak into the headset microphone, and it is broadcast to the people.
The people who are listening place either headphone over their ears or earbuds in their ears. They can adjust the volume control to their comfort level.
If you have multiple languages being translated, then you can get translation systems that will broadcast on different frequencies so your translator of language one can translate for one group of people and a different translator can translate language 2 to another group of people. You can get systems that will handle up to 6 separate languages.
We have customers of Wireless Interpretation and Translation Systems in California. We provide translation equipment to churches and houses of worship all over Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego cities.
Note: This system requires a human language interpreter, it does not translate automatically.
(100) Enersound R120 Receivers
(100) Dual Headphones EAR-120
(1) Enersound TP-600 Transmitter
(1) Enersound MIC-200SEN Headband Microphone
Optional: (3) Cas25 Carrying Cases for 25 Enersound R120 Receivers + Accessories
17-channel digital FM transmitter with LCD screen
20-channel digital FM receivers with LCD screen
Complimentary dual stereo earphones
Superb sound quality and reliability
Multiple carrying options included: belt clip, Velcro armband, neck strap
Compatible with most 72-76 Mhz FM systems
Small & lightweight
No seating restrictions
Operating range of 150 ft (45m)
Limited lifetime warranty
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We've used this systems for guided tours at the Museum of Natural History and we've always heard wonderful things from the participants. The sound quality is stellar!
We sent out a PO for three of these back in August of last year, as we needed to cover a big multi-classroom multilingual seminary. GREAT systems!
I'd looked over quite a few comparable systems in the past six months (we're a big museum located in the Toronto area) and no doubt the price/quality ratio on this one is off the charts.
I've been using this for the last six months for guided visits around the plant with Spanish-speaking groups and it makes addressing large contingents as easy as speaking into a microphone and walking around!