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Williams Sound offer the market-leading Digi-Wave™ digital tourguide system, offering two-way speech capability as well as listen-only mode. All backed by a two-year manufacturer warranty

Digi-Wave™ provides simultaneous, two-way, digital communication technology. Slim, lightweight, and simple to set up and use. With the push of a button, users can access two-way communication for easy, more focused group leader / group member participation. Ideal for an array of applications including wireless intercom talkback, language interpretation, training sessions, team teaching and tour guide.

Digiwave 300 Series Features:

  • Up to four simultaneous 2-way groups or four listen-only tour groups each with 14 interpreter channels
  • Up to six simultaneous talkers in intercom mode
  • Full digital transmission technology – for seamless, secure operation
  • 2.4 GHz operation – licence-free use in most countries
  • Range of up to 61metres (100 feet) outdoors and 91metres (300 feet) indoors, depending on environmental conditions

Williams Sound has further expanded the functionality of the portable DLT 300 transceivers. Already featuring a unique true interpretation mode -- where interpreters can hear the floor language in their headset while simultaneously transmitting the interpreted language on a separate channel -- the DLT 300 now packs an even greater punch.

The new bilingual mode enables an interpreter to quickly and seamlessly switch the transmission channel when he or she switches between different target languages. Now, an interpreter can react quickly when the floor language changes; there is no need to change gear/rewire or instruct the audience to change channels.

The new relay mode enables one interpreter to act as the relay language -- a worldwide first for a completely portable solution. There is no need for an interpreter console or a base station to offer relay capability. Relay mode gives event coordinators more flexibility when hiring interpreters. There is no need for cumbersome/expensive additional equipment.

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