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Audio Guide Hardware


Posted on March 8th, by admin in Digital Interpretation, Tales and musings. Comments Off on Audio Guide Hardware

Audio Guide Hardware

An easy to use Audio Tour Guide solution that provides personal, interactive audio (and video) interpretation for visitors.

In addition to sporting a traditional keypad the audio content can also be triggered by three different types of proximity tags that are placed around a museum, gallery, tourist attraction, heritage site etc. Audio can be synchronised with video and the audio tour guide has a unique anti-theft alarm function.

Features:

● Keypad function (with play, pause, fast forward, fast rewind)
● Built in speaker, 3.5mm stereo earphone output
● Supports MP3 audio files
● 99 different languages available, 4096 audio files supported by each language.
● Object name display
● High capacity lithium-ion battery, continuous operating time is more than 12 hours.
● Maximum volume output can be locked
● Audio can be triggered by passive tag (within 0~5cm), infrared ray within (0~10m) and/or RFID signal (0~100m)
● The last three points triggered can be selected and replayed
● Play restrict and play times statistics functions
● Auto playing background music when trigger playing ended
● With vibrate and buzzer prompt function
● Anti-theft alarm function
● Video SYNC function, visitors will hear the synchronous audio when video is playing (our custom HDMI media player is required)

graphic showing audio guide interacting with 3 different trigger tags

Content on the audio tour guide can be triggered by three different types of tags

Charge/sync units are available (from a double slot charger to banks of 12).

Contact us for further details.





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