Minneapolis, Minn. – Building on years of infrared audio delivery expertise, Williams Sound is pleased to introduce the new SoundPlus® IR T2 commercial-grade, medium-area infrared transmitter. Its sleek, compact footprint is ideal for assistive listening and language interpretation in commercial spaces such as conference rooms, assisted living facilities, small cinema/theaters, classrooms and courtrooms. The new IR T2 infrared transmitter offers 50 percent greater coverage and control system readiness than the current WIR TX75, at a more affordable price. With the additional coverage and wider pattern, there is no need for a slave.
The IR T2 joins the IR T1 as Williams AV continues to enhance its infrared product offerings for 2018. The IR T1 small-area infrared emitter is ideal as an assistive listening system for small areas or for private TV listening in such areas as small conference rooms, hospital rooms, assisted living facilities, medical treatment centers and jury deliberation rooms. The T1 is so energy efficient it can be powered from a standard USB port on a TV. Provides a coverage area of up to 1000 square feet.
“We are pleased to unveil our latest in infrared communication technology at InfoComm18,” says Rob Sheeley, president and CEO of Williams AV. “The multitude of integrated efficiencies are set to provide new and exciting communication solutions to our customers.”
Serving personal and professional communication needs worldwide since 1976, Williams Sound offers products across five wireless communication technologies: real-time audio via Wi-Fi, digital, FM, infrared and induction loop. All five are successfully used in an array of commercial applications, including hearing assistance, language interpretation, tour, corporate, education, government and house of worship. Our systems currently include Hearing Hotspot™ real-time audio via Wi-Fi, Digi-Loop® induction loop, Digi-Wave™digital communication, Personal PA® FM Listening and SoundPlus® infrared.
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