CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT, SOUND SYSTEMS, SOUND-PROOF BOOTHS, PORTABLE SET

CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT

Outloud offers the sound system and simultaneous translation equipment suitable for your conference. This includes console, sound mixer, loudspeakers, microphones and analog or digital recording.


SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION

Sound-proof booths with individual volume control, treble and bass options. Two-way communication with transmitter and automatic relay. Connection to earphones and combined system. Infrared receivers with volume control and channel selector.
Infrared safe system. The signal is only captured inside the conference room and cannot be intercepted from outside, ensuring total confidentiality and avoiding interference with other devices used in adjacent rooms.
Simple, safe, reliable and versatile are the features which have made international organizations such as the United Nations, WEF and the European Union choose Infrared Transmission as the technology of choice.


PORTABLE TRANSLATION SET

Portable and wireless simultaneous translation system suitable for an audience of 30 people or less. Recommended for production plants, small rooms and meetings with few participants. The set contains up to 30 headsets and one transmitter for the interpreter. Sound amplification is not included.

EQUIPMENT CURIOSITY

World War I was a turning point for Interpretation as a profession. In 1927, Americans Edward Filéne, Gordon Finlay and Thomas Watson with IBM introduced wired microphones, giving way to simultaneous interpretation, which has since then taken the place of consecutive interpretation and making it more suitable for business meetings and high level talks. The milestone was the Nuremberg Trials. Lieutenant Leon Dorstet led a team made up of twelve interpreters (German, English, French and Russian). The success of simultaneous interpretation was overwhelming despite being such a novel technique. Dorstet created the first team of interpreters for the United Nations Organization.