Communication Techniques


Sennheiser EZL 2020-20L

  • Lade- und Transportkoffer für bis zu 20 TourGuide 2020-D Empfänger und 2 Mobilsender
  • 110-240 VAC
Item no.: 500542

Sennheiser HDE 2020-D-II

- 6 channels in the license-free frequency range Europe: 863 - 865 MHz
- Automatic on/off switch
- Large rotary volume control
- Backlit display shows:
- the channel selection
- battery status
- signal quality
- volume setting

HDE 2020-D stethoset TourGuide receiver is the comfortable to wear receiver of the digital Tourguide System 2020-D. This truly unique device integrates both the receiver and headphones and delivers a number of advantages for you.

No longer will your audience have to carry any more equipment than is absolutely necessary. Being a one piece device, they will no longer risk a tangle of cables! The powerful battery ensures that the device will work for up to 8 hours.

 Regardless of whether you are providing your tour in a big city or a large corporation, TourGuide 2020-D will ensure that your tour will proceed without interruption.

The stethoset receiver automatically deactivates itself the moment that it is taken off, meaning battery life will be preserved. No longer will the tourguide need to check all of the sets after one tour finishes and before the next tour starts.

 Your tour participants will be able to individually adjust the volume through a rotary control on the receiver, without the need to even take the device off. An LC display will clearly confirm the volume, battery status, quality of reception and the channel being listened to.

 Channels can easily be set and adjusted by using the middle buttons. The reception range is about 100 m if your tour is outdoors and about 50 m if your tour is indoors.

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Communication Techniques


If you want to organise a tour in order to acquaint visitors with e.g. the history of a place you should invest in a good tour guide system. It will, on one hand, make it easier for the speaker to pass on the required information and on the other make the experience for the visitor more exciting, for they are no longer forced to come together in big groups to listen to the speaker.

As usual with wireless systems these communication techniques are made up of a headset, a transmitter and a receiver. In this case however, merely the guide has to carry the transmitter. The visitors are also spared of cables getting tangled up because headphones and receiver are one unit. You are able to purchase up to 20 headphones per case.

As you can see there is nothing holding you back from putting on a successful guided tour through the city or your company.