Infrared assisted listening systems – AUDIOropa
AUDIOropa infrared systems are a type of assistive listening system that are preferred in installations where confidentiality of information exchanged plays a crucial role.
These systems offer reliable transmission, free of electromagnetic interference and the restraints of structural elements within a building.
An IR audio transmission system consists of at least one transmitter and one receiver. The transmitter is connected to an audio source and transmits the signals received in the form of infrared light impulses wirelessly to the receiver.
These systems are commonly found in universities, court rooms or urban areas with a high rate of RF emission.
- Transmission is reliable and absolutely free of electromagnetic or structural interference
- Multi-channel operation allows flexible use, including transmission of several different languages
- Infrared light signals cannot pass through walls, which reduces reception to the room in which the transmitter is installed