Whispered interpreting

Translations transmitted to your ear

Whispered interpreting for large groups too!

If several people need to be reached with whispered interpreting in each language or if the group needs to be flexible in terms of space, conventional methods can prove challenging for the audience and the simultaneous interpreter alike. This is where our tour guide systems come into their own! Individuals or an entire group of participants can listen to the translation discreetly via wireless headsets. The interpreter can simultaneously translate into the respective language apart from the group, undisturbed, or work directly as a whispered interpreter in situ.

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Reliable and functional

Our proven system is extremely reliable and – thanks to its ease of use – intuitive to operate. By employing several transmitters, rapid channel synchronisation allows for simultaneous use of the interpreting system for multiple interpreters. Groups can be combined with ease or re-formed. Our high-performance systems are also available for hire in large quantities to cover busy periods.

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Our experts will be happy to help you!

Do you have questions about the tour guide system and whispered interpreting? Our colleagues will be happy to help you find the right product. We will identify your specific requirements and which features the system should offer. Once this is established, the selection of suitable equipment can begin.

Have you considered

  • if you have enough receivers and handsets for the event?
  • if you want to offer a selection of headsets and microphones?
  • starting with basic equipment and absorb peak loads with rental equipment?
  • testing our devices in advance without obligation?
  • combining our system with existing interpreting equipment?
  • if you want to keep a stock of audio description or hearing assistance equipment?
  • if you need help with financing?