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We offer two different
audio guide systems:

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Audio Guide Functions:

Radio Triggering
The device uses radio waves to identify the visitor’s location and automatically start the correct recording. The radio triggering function operates in indoor and outdoor spaces.
GPS Localisation
A function for outdoor spaces. The audio guide uses GPS technology to start a recording automatically when the visitor reaches the relevant spot.
Infrared
Symbols are mounted alongside exhibits, enabling the visitor to start the relevant recording without having to enter any numbers.
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)
Tapping the RFID symbol on the device to an RFID card automatically launches the relevant recording.
Multimedia Synchronisation
The audio guide can synchronise with on-site multimedia installations. This means that visitors will always hear the soundtrack in the appropriate language.
Dimensions
116 x 58 x 15 mm
Screen
3"
Weight
129 g
Battery performance
12 hours (up to 16 in energy-saving mode)

The MG Pro Audio Guide

An automatic system device with a numeric keypad

The MG Pro Audio Guide is designed for use in indoor and outdoor spaces. It has two operating modes:

Manual Mode - Similarly like a TV remote control (in fact, it uses the same infrared technology), the visitor can have a seamless experience by pointing the device at exhibits that interests them which starts the recordings.

Automatic Mode - The device identifies the visitor’s current location and automatically starts the relevant recording. The recording is triggered by a special radio marker or by a GPS signal if the device is equipped with a GPS module. The radio markers are powered by battery that last up to two years.

It is possible to combine the manual and automatic modes for a tour. Most of the recordings are triggered by the automatic mode but at selected stops, the visitor can use the device rather like a television remote, selecting the recording of items of interest. Alternatively, if radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology is used, the visitor can simply tap the device to appropriately marked signs. The device can also project photos and maps, rewind and fast-forward recordings and replay user instructions.

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The MG Pro Keypad Audio Guide

An automatic system with a numeric keypad

The MG Pro Keypad Audio Guide is designed for use in indoor and outdoor spaces. It has two operating modes:

Manual Mode - The visitor starts the recordings independently by pointing the device at exhibits which interest them or by selecting the relevant number on the built-in keypad.

Automatic Mode - The device identifies the visitor’s current location and automatically starts the relevant recording. The recording is triggered by a special radio symbol or by a GPS signal if the device is equipped with a GPS module. Radio symbols are powered by battery and do not require external electricity to operate.

It is possible to combine the manual and automatic modes for a tour. Most of the audio tour can be triggered automatically but at selected points. The visitor can use the device rather like a television remote control by pointing it at a headphones symbol, a method which utilizes infrared technology. Alternatively, if RFID technology is used, the visitor can simply tap the device to appropriately marked signs. They can also select the relevant recording number on the keypad. The device also makes it possible to project photos and maps, rewind and fast-forward recordings and replay user instructions.

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Audio guide functions:

Radio Triggering
The device uses radio waves to identify the visitor’s location and automatically start the correct recording. The radio triggering function operates in indoor and outdoor spaces.
Numerical Keypad
Recordings can be started by using the keypad.
GPS Localisation
A function for outdoor spaces. The audio guide uses GPS technology to start a recording automatically when the visitor reaches the relevant spot.
Infrared
Symbols are mounted alongside exhibits, enabling the visitor to start the relevant recording without having to enter any numbers.
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)
Tapping the RFID symbol on the device to an RFID card automatically launches the relevant recording.
Multimedia Synchronisation
The audio guide can synchronise with on-site multimedia installations. This means that visitors will always hear the soundtrack in the appropriate language.
Dimensions
151 x 58 x 15 mm
Screen
2.4"
Weight
190 g
Battery performance
13 hours (up to 16 in energy-saving mode)

The MG Mini Audio Guide

numerical system

The MG Mini receiver is handy, simple to use and ideally suited for straightforward tours. The visitor selects the recordings by entering the relevant exhibit or room number. One of the most important features of the MG Mini is how intuitive it is to use. The functions of the keys are straightforward to understand creating an effortless and seamless experience.

One fundamental advantage of this receiver is the extensive battery performance. With up to 200 to 300 hours per charge, the MG Mini can perform 20 to 30 times longer than other similar devices.

One set of batteries suffices for 3-4 months of average use by visitors on a daily basis. This simplifies matters for the institutions providing the tours by reducing device maintenance requirements.

The MG Pen Audio Guide

One-Click system

The MG Pen Audio Guide is designed for use in indoor and outdoor spaces.

Manual Mode - The visitor starts the recordings independently by pointing the device at exhibits which interest them.

The device can playback recordings in multiple languages and comes equipped with a built-in battery indicator, a 3.5 mm jack connection and a volume control.

Technology used:

Infrared
Symbols are mounted alongside exhibits, enabling the visitor to start the relevant recording without having to enter any numbers.
Dimensions
110 x 20 x 20 mm
Weight
100 g
Battery performance
12 hours