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Sennheiser adds an interpreter console to its Tourguide portfolio
With the new SL Interpreter console, audio specialist Sennheiser expands its Tourguide conference and presentation system with a complete solution for controlling language interpreting channels.
As a self-contained unit for simultaneous interpreting, Sennheiser’s SL Interpreter brings together all the key functions of an interpreting console. When combined with the rack-mount SR 2020 Tourguide transmitter and Tourguide receivers for the audience, it delivers scalable language interpreting solutions that ensure simple installation and user-friendly operation.
“Whether you’re doing a small product presentation or an international conference with hundreds of participants – SL Interpreter will impress with its flexibility and ease of use,” explained Wienand Mensendiek, Manager Portfolio and Channel Development Integrated Systems at Sennheiser.
In combination with the digital Tourguide 2020 receivers (available in both bodypack and stethoset versions), SL Interpreter creates an interpreting solution that is easy to operate and quick to install. For more demanding applications, SL Interpreter and Tourguide 1039 bodypack receivers are the best combination to ensure optimum speech intelligibility, even in environments with heavy RF traffic.
A flexible complete solution – ready in next to no time
SL Interpreter handles the floor language plus one relay language. If more translations are needed, up to four interpreting consoles can be combined in order to provide simultaneous interpreting in up to four languages.
As usual, two interpreters can work at each SL Interpreter console, which enables them to take turns at interpreting. Each interpreter can individually adjust the audio settings directly at the console. In addition to controls for volume, treble and bass, the new Sennheiser interpreting console has a mute function and “cough” button to briefly mute the microphone. As a complete solution, SL Interpreter can be set up easily and quickly. All that is needed is to connect a headset (or a microphone and a pair of headphones) and the language interpreting solution is ready to use.
The Sennheiser SL Interpreter is available now.