With Unite you can organise modern, interactive tours for your guests. The digital system allows for questions from the audience, the integration of a second guide or even the use of sound from external devices. The transmitters and receivers are optimised for speech so that your guests can enjoy optimum intelligibility. With Unite, you need never worry about frequencies. This future-proof system transmits using the registration and license-fee-free DECT standard, and frequency management is automatic.
Unite enables you to have a dialogue with your visitors. You can decide for yourself whether only you hear the questions or the whole group. Up to three people can speak simultaneously in groups of any size.
You can send audio tracks through the transmitter via the interfaces (USB, analogue, Bluetooth®). As a result you can easily transmit music from your smartphone to guests, or relay the sound of a video from a media column. It is also possible to integrate a second guide, which can also send audio signals to the group.
With Unite, you need never worry about frequencies. The widely used DECT standard is future-proof and requires no registration or fees. Unite deals with frequency management automatically.
Complete your Unite system very simply with IL200 induction neckloops and make your tours accessibly for those hard of hearing. The neckloop can be used instead of the headphones, and will inductively transmit the sound directly to hearing aids or cochlear implants. In this way you will achieve accessibility for the hard of hearing in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities for equal participation in society and underscore your social commitment.
Unite means: you can speak to everyone, listen to everyone, and everyone can interact with each other. The potential uses for Unite are correspondingly versatile.
Unite has many different applications.
Test Unite and experience the benefits of the system yourself.
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