globe English
English Français Deutsch Italiano Español
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
  • Loading…

Language Interpretation

Man speaking to congregation in a church setting

Beyond The Sanctuary with Listen Audio Solutions

Have you ever had need for audio in an area of your church, but have no solutions on how to get it there? Do your patrons complain that the current audio system is unintelligible or too quiet? How have you maximized the experience of your congregants who do not speak the language of the sermon? Our worship houses are growing larger and becoming more complex. Many have audio needs in preexisting buildings where wiring cannot be run. Here are some great ideas about how to use wireless FM audio to meet your congregation’s needs.

Read More »
a group of people in a room paying attention with the focus on three people seated at a long table with microphones in front of them, two are wearing headsets.

What Are The Benefits of Language Interpretation?

The benefits of language interpretation are manifold. Many people confuse language interpretation and language translation. Language interpretation describes the vocal conversion from the source text (the original language to be interpreted) to the target language (the product of interpretation). Language translation is more literary, where books and published works are rendered from one language to a next. Interpretation is not confined to verbal language; sign language is also considered a brand of language interpretation.

Read More »

Portable Language Interpretation System – So Simple It Fits In A Case

Did you know that a wireless Language Interpretation system can fit into a briefcase? With a Portable FM system, both the interpreter’s microphone unit and the participant’s headphone listening unit are wireless – which makes this system perfect for multiple applications such as courtrooms, corporate boardrooms, houses of worship, and classrooms. Take the system anyhere. This video will show you how easy it is to communicate your message in multiple languages!

Read More »

Get More From Your Assistive Listening System

How would you like to get more usage out of your assistive listening system? Well, you can and it’s pretty easy. If you have an assistive listening system it’s likely you have a stationary transmitter – this is the device that connects to an audio source like a sound board, microphone, or other devices and is typically the audio you are trying to deliver to those individuals that need auditory assistance. Your system will also include the listening devices for those individuals. The receiver captures the audio signal from the transmitter and the listener hears it via an earphone that plugs into the receiver.

Read More »

What is Remote Language Interpretation?

Events that require language interpretation are often challenged by time requirements, space limitations, physical location of equipment and interpreters, and the need to link different locations together. The ability to perform remote language interpretation is a solution to these challenges. Here are a few examples of the applications that require it:

Read More »