We offer four different
audio guide systems:
The AG-600 audio guide is designed for use in indoor and outdoor spaces. It has two operating modes:
• Automatic Mode - in this mode the audio guide identifies the visitor’s current location and automatically starts the relevant recording. The recording is triggered by a special radio marker. The radio markers are powered by regular AA batteries or by AC current.
• Manual Mode - there are three ways in which visitors can trigger recordings manually:
It is possible to combine the manual and automatic modes for an audio tour: some of the recordings are triggered by the automatic mode but at selected stops, the visitor can use the audio guide manually in one of the modes described above. At any moment visitors can rewind and fast-forward recordings.
The AG-600c Audio Guide is designed for use in indoor and outdoor spaces. It has two operating modes:
• Keypad - The visitor starts the recordings by selecting the relevant number on the built-in keypad
• Automatic Mode - The visitor starts the recordings by pointing the audio guide at exhibits which interest them (requires special markers)
The visitor can always pause, rewind and fast-forward recordings.
It allows for synchronization of recordings on the audio guide with the sound track of a multimedia device installed on the exhibition (e.g. TVs, projectors etc.). Simply put it makes sure the visitors hears the right recording at the right time and in the right language.
The most common way of using the synchronizer is to make a soundtrack of a multimedia presentation available to visitors in the language selected by them in the beginning of an audio tour. It can be done in two ways:
As the visitor enters a space (e.g. an exhibition room) the synchronizer triggers the soundtrack of a multimedia presentation (e.g. a film) played in this space; the soundtrack will start at the appropriate place and will be in the language selected by the visitor in the beginning of audio tour.
The sound track of a multimedia presentation (e.g. film) will not start automatically. The visitor has to first point to the synchronizer to trigger it (it works much like a TV remote); only after pointing to the synchroniser will start the soundtrack at the right place and in the language selected by the visitor in the beginning of the tour.