This solution lets you choose between two microphone alternatives. You can pass the sturdy, high-quality SKM 2000 hand-held microphone to a visitor, as either a planned or spontaneous action. As an alternative, you can opt for the light and easy-to-wear HS 2 headset microphone with compact SK 2000 bodypack transmitter. This frees up your hands so that you can gesture while speaking during your guided tour.
The Tourguide 1039 system features secure frequencies, a wide frequency band, and excellent audio frequency response. The reliable Tourguide EK 1039 receiver securely collects the signals from the microphone transmitter and transfers them to either a headphone – such as the Sennheiser PX 90 – or to an induction loop, for use with hearing aids. This allows people with a hearing impairment to easily follow the guide’s remarks. This system is equipped with 32 usable channels, so that you can simultaneously feed the same signal to numerous groups of visitors.
Being able to quickly and easily recharge batteries is critical to the smooth operation of a tourguide system. This Sennheiser solution gives you three different options. Use the LA 2 charging adapter, the L 2015 quick charger, or the L 1039 docking station, which will be available soon. This will quickly make your rechargeable batteries ready for operation.
The solution’s features at a glance
– SKM 300-835 G3, Item number: various
– SK 2000, Item number: various
– HS 2, Item number: 005336
– PX 90, Item number: 502861
– EZT 3011 induction loop, Item number: 500543
– L 1039, Item number: available soon