New beyerdynamic system for guided tours and interpreting
April 04, 2011
Effective communication is becoming increasingly important. In this context, reliable technology is the basis for optimum speech transmission.
beyerdynamic meets this need with its new, wireless HF transmission system, Synexis. The system can be used in many ways: for guided tours, interpreting and assistive listening, or as a command system. Operation in the licence and registration-free 863-865 MHz frequency range is possible at all times.
On guided tours, up to eight groups can participate at the same time and independently of each other. Furthermore, thanks to the latest UHF radio technology, Synexis can be used both indoors and in the open air.
The Synexis transmitter and receiver units boast qualities such as excellent speech intelligibility and user-friendliness. The hand-held transmitter also has three mute functions allowing the user to conduct brief private conversations without involving others. The transmitter and receiver units work with rechargeable or standard batteries.
A trolley case with 20 shelves and storage space for headphones is available for ease of loading and transport. Alternatively, chargers designed to be built-in to 19” cabinets can be used for large quantities of system components. The range of items is completed with a table-top charger.
More information and video at www.beyerdynamic.com/synexis
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beyerdynamic Synexis System