The radio guide system can become a good assistant when the organization of excursions comes to the forefront of your company or when you are striving to make it better and more convenient not only for guides but also for visitors. Sometimes you just need to use the radio guide system. It is intended to conduct tours on a fundamentally new and qualitative level.
It should be noted that the radio guide system consists of a transmitter that the guide holds and the signal receivers that should be distributed among all excursion participants. This is necessary in cases when it's very noisy during the tour. Or in order not to interfere with other groups running parallel.
The radio guide systems also comes in when there are too much participants in the excursion and the guide has just no possibility and desire to outvoice a large number of people. Such systems are compact, light and extremely convenient to use. Exactly these benefits buy over our customers who rent this equipment and supply their tour groups.
The radio guide system is just indispensable for anyone who wants to bring his excursions to a new level. We often repeat for a reason that it’s more convenient to conduct tours with such equipment because it was already estimated by hundreds or even thousands of companies engaged in the organization of excursions.
Radio receivers and transmitters are powered by ordinary batteries or rechargeable batteries. They are easy to change, and the whole equipment is simple to maintain and operate. Each of the participants of the tour not only receives a receiver but also the headphones which he can use to hear everything the guide says. Moreover the words of the guide will be perfectly distinguishable without strays and other noise.
Our company has all the necessary equipment for the radio guide systems. You can both rent our equipment or buy it from us. We will help you make the right choice, choose the best receivers and radio signals transmitters as well as help with setting up and hold all the necessary consultations.
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