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Allowing your attendees and delegates to understand as well as participate in the proceedings allows you to further the goals and educational objectives of your event.

We are one of the premier suppliers of simultaneous interpretation equipment and services, we have one of the largest inventories of equipment worldwide and we offer you the highest quality equipment available. Our systems are portable and feature wireless radio frequency receivers for indoor and outdoor use.

 


Radio frequency equipment: quick to set and because the transmitter uses a radio frequency, a much larger area can be covered. Radio frequency equipment is suitable for use in large meeting venues such as exhibit halls and arenas. When used it is just like a portable radio station.

Just speak into the transmitter and the translators voice is heard by anyone with a receiver. It's that simple.

Wireless Interpretation Receivers

Available for rent, our compact, wireless interpretation receivers are the best solution for superior sound quality, flexibility and value. They can be used with powerful, stationary transmitters that are used with our full interpretation systems. They are field-programmable and can be set to 6 preset channels, making them the most versatile receivers on the market today.
 
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Our interpretation receivers are extremely easy to use which means your meeting attendees will not be distracted trying to figure out how to operate them. The lock feature allows you to lock the channel selection, thus avoiding any accidental change of channel. They are ideal for large-scale events (suited to event halls and conference halls seating 1,000 people or more) as well as for broadcasting to just a small number of attendees in a small venue.

Equipment Rental to Interpretation Agencies
We are proud to provide interpretation equipment and technician only services to interpretation agencies or any other client who has contracted interpreters separately and only needs to rent the equipment. When providing services for interpretation agencies we are committed to being there as representatives of your company and do not make any attempt to establish a direct relationship with your client

Let our vast experience, extensive inventory, and modern service attitude go to work for you today.

Frequently Asked Questions about Conference Interpreting

We can recommend professional conference interpreters. How to Register with us as an Interpreter

Infrared interpretation equipment: the more widely used of the simultaneous interpretation systems, our IR system is capable of providing up to 16 channels simultaneously. Infrared technology is ideal for board meetings and private conferences where security of content is necessary.

Our services don’t end once your rental equipment is delivered and installed. We understand that managing IT equipment means more than just "procurement". That is why we offer exceptional technical support and services. In addition to 24/7 support, our experienced technicians will work with you from installation until final completion of the project.
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This website will give you information on simultaneous interpretation, rentals, interpreting devices, soundproof booths, microphone discussion systems, event services, congress microphone systems, so-called Push-to-Talk microphones, professional event solutions including audiovisual services and conference AV technology and assisted listening devices, digital transmitters, digital multi-channel receivers, headsets, and PBX digital equipment (PBXport provides connections for a microphone, headphones, mixer, telephone handset and your telephone set).

All services are administered from our main office in Pomona. Equipment, and technicians are also dispatched from Phoenix, New Orleans, Miami, New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, San Diego, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington DC, Seattle, Portland, Orlando, Boston, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, and San Francisco. We ship nationwide. 

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The T17 transmits in 6 Wide-Band channels! The T17 features an audio indicator, audio level adjust, and will accept an unbalanced line-level input or a Williams Sound condenser microphone. The T17 Transmitter and R7 Receivers are field-tunable to 10 wideband channels. The T17 connects to the existing sound system or can be used with its own mic (not included). Listeners use R7 receivers to hear clearly and easily from anywhere in the seating area. A remote antenna (ANT 005) and rack mount kit (RPK 004) are also available.  The T17 accepts virtually any balanced or unbalanced input, while top audio quality is assured by low noise circuitry and a sophisticated audio processor and headset (Comfortable dual headphones have an adjustable headband. Foam cushions can be washed or replaced. 3.5mm plug, 1m cord. Recommended for FM Receivers, Select IR Receivers,).

Rent Translation Systems, Listening Devices with Headsets RF Systems That Meet The Highest Demands

Many people share a common difficulty, the ability to hear and understand the instructor clearly. The Williams Personal Listening System can help those who need auditory assistance to overcome background noise, reverberation, or distance from the sound source.

Essentially, the system is a small radio station. The transmitter is connected to the sound source and the signal is received by a pocket size receiver. Any number of receivers can be used in the hall. Several types of earphones are available. Because the system is wireless, listeners are free to move up to 300 feet from the transmitter.

The T17-6 transmitter is connected directly to the sound system and features six selectable channels. Channels are easily selected by simply turning an external click-stop knob. With six channels to select from, any possibility of interference can be easily avoided. This is also useful when more than one hall in the same facility is being used at the same time - as during a convention or festival. Each PPA R7-6 receiver also has the same selectable channel feature as the transmitter. The number of receivers used with a single transmitter is un-limited.

Operating range of the system (depending on facility characteristics) is 300 feet from the transmitter. The transmitter operates on 110 volt house current, the receiver uses a standard 9 volt battery. Expected battery life is 32 hours of continuous operation.

A typical system would consist of: a Model T17-6 transmitter, any number of Model PPA R7-6 receivers (9 volt battery included), a choice of (one required for each receiver) earphone, headphone a extended area remote antenna is also available to rent.
 

Rent INTERPRETATION EQUIPMENT...Listening Devices

RF systems provide the simplest and least expensive solution to language interpretation. Easy to use, flexible and versatile RF systems are the most popular interpretation systems on the market.

The systems available are applied in business and government meetings, international conferences, bilingual workshops, site tours, training seminars, houses of worship and courthouses - everywhere language interpretation services are needed.

RF systems are best used in these applications:
1) Single and Multi-Language Events
2) Portable applications (room to room)
3) Large or small rooms
4) Temporary installations
5) Sound re-enforcement
6) Hearing Assistance
7) Indoors or Outdoors
Our expert staff will help determine your specific application and custom build a system that is right for you, and your budgetary plan.

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How to Register with us as an Interpreter

We receive a huge number of requests to register with us, however very few requests meet our stringent standards. Here is what we are looking for:

Simultaneous conference interpreters with a minimum experience of 5 conferences interpreted simultaneously in a booth (please name at least the last 5 conferences you worked at, on your resume, with contact information for the person who hired you). Interpreters may work in any language combinations, and must live in United States, Canada or Mexico.
Technicians with experience in setting up and operating audio-visual equipment (not necessarily interpreting equipment) at conferences are also welcome to contact us.

We are not looking for written translators at this time.

How to contact us:

If you meet one of the requirements above, please Simultaneous conference interpreters email us your link.

Also, please note that we never accept unsolicited email attachments.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Conference Interpreting

What is simultaneous interpreting?

Simultaneous Interpreting is when an interpreter listens to a presentation and relays it in another language with no significant delay.

What other types of interpreting are there?

Consecutive interpreting. This is where the presenter pauses after each phrase or sentence to allow the interpreter time to relay it into the other language. Although this is generally less expensive than simultaneous interpreting, the meeting will take twice as long as normal, and it can only be used when there are a maximum of two languages (usually English plus one other).

Are all simultaneous interpreters the same?

Simultaneous interpreting is the most difficult form of interpreting. Only a small percentage of interpreters can truly interpret simultaneously, that is: listen to someone speaking one language, and, without pausing, speak the same idea in another language.

A professional simultaneous interpreter should be able to speak both languages fluently, without a strong accent that would make him or her hard to understand. The best interpreters also speak in an interesting way so that their voices are a pleasure to listen to.

If your event will be discussing 'technical' subjects make sure you let us know when you request interpreters, so we can select those who have a background in your subject area. An interpreter who is very knowledgeable in legal matters may not be the best person for an electronics conference!

How many interpreters will I need?

Simultaneous interpreters generally work in pairs. This form of interpreting is very concentration-intensive, so the interpreters will normally work as a 'tag team' to cover the sessions. If the meeting lasts less than 1 hour, it may be possible for a single interpreter to cover it. For top-level events, such as government conferences, a team of 3 may be required. You might also need a team of 3 if the working day is very long. Most interpreters expect a working day to be between 6 and 8 hours of actual meeting time. Of course, if you have more than one room requiring interpreting at the same time, or more than one foreign language, you will need more teams of interpreters.

Tip: To keep expenses down, try to plan the schedule so that the meetings requiring interpreting take place one after the other, in the same room, rather than all at the same time in different rooms.

Can the same person be used to interpret from English to Spanish and from Spanish to English, for example?

Some interpreters are equally comfortable in both directions, others prefer to work only into their mother tongue. If you expect to need interpreting in both directions, be sure to let us know.

What kind of support will interpreters need to do their best work?

The most important support you can give your interpreters is written materials to prepare from. We cannot stress enough the importance of helping the interpreters prepare themselves for your conference. If possible, we recommend that you supply us with advance scripts of the presentations. If these are not available, you should procure abstracts, copies of overheads or PowerPoints that will be used, sales brochures, and a list of acronyms and abbreviations that may come up. You should also let us know of any web-sites that would give us background information. All materials should reach us at least a week before the first day of interpreting.

Expect to provide meals and refreshments and drinking water for your interpreters while they are working, and if they have been flown in from another city, you will need to provide all other meals too.

At meal and break times, remember to give your interpreters a break too. Do not expect them to do informal interpreting at the meal table for instance. By lunch-time, their brains may need to be 'de-fried', and that requires taking a break from thinking! If necessary, we can hire bi-lingual hosts to help facilitate meal-time conversations. Hosts are often available at much lower rates than professional interpreters.

What else will I need?

For simultaneous interpreting, you will also need to rent equipment so that your delegates can hear the interpreter's voice.

Frequently Asked Questions about Conference Interpreting

What is simultaneous interpreting?

Simultaneous Interpreting is when an interpreter listens to a presentation and relays it in another language with no significant delay.

What other types of interpreting are there?

Consecutive interpreting. This is where the presenter pauses after each phrase or sentence to allow the interpreter time to relay it into the other language. Although this is generally less expensive than simultaneous interpreting, the meeting will take twice as long as normal, and it can only be used when there are a maximum of two languages (usually English plus one other).

Are all simultaneous interpreters the same?

Simultaneous interpreting is the most difficult form of interpreting. Only a small percentage of interpreters can truly interpret simultaneously, that is: listen to someone speaking one language, and, without pausing, speak the same idea in another language.

A professional simultaneous interpreter should be able to speak both languages fluently, without a strong accent that would make him or her hard to understand. The best interpreters also speak in an interesting way so that their voices are a pleasure to listen to.

If your event will be discussing 'technical' subjects make sure you let us know when you request interpreters, so we can select those who have a background in your subject area. An interpreter who is very knowledgeable in legal matters may not be the best person for an electronics conference!

How many interpreters will I need?

Simultaneous interpreters generally work in pairs. This form of interpreting is very concentration-intensive, so the interpreters will normally work as a 'tag team' to cover the sessions. If the meeting lasts less than 1 hour, it may be possible for a single interpreter to cover it. For top-level events, such as government conferences, a team of 3 may be required. You might also need a team of 3 if the working day is very long. Most interpreters expect a working day to be between 6 and 8 hours of actual meeting time. Of course, if you have more than one room requiring interpreting at the same time, or more than one foreign language, you will need more teams of interpreters.

Tip: To keep expenses down, try to plan the schedule so that the meetings requiring interpreting take place one after the other, in the same room, rather than all at the same time in different rooms.

Can the same person be used to interpret from English to Spanish and from Spanish to English, for example?

Some interpreters are equally comfortable in both directions, others prefer to work only into their mother tongue. If you expect to need interpreting in both directions, be sure to let us know.

What kind of support will interpreters need to do their best work?

The most important support you can give your interpreters is written materials to prepare from. We cannot stress enough the importance of helping the interpreters prepare themselves for your conference. If possible, we recommend that you supply us with advance scripts of the presentations. If these are not available, you should procure abstracts, copies of overheads or PowerPoints that will be used, sales brochures, and a list of acronyms and abbreviations that may come up. You should also let us know of any web-sites that would give us background information. All materials should reach us at least a week before the first day of interpreting.

Expect to provide meals and refreshments and drinking water for your interpreters while they are working, and if they have been flown in from another city, you will need to provide all other meals too.

At meal and break times, remember to give your interpreters a break too. Do not expect them to do informal interpreting at the meal table for instance. By lunch-time, their brains may need to be 'de-fried', and that requires taking a break from thinking! If necessary, we can hire bi-lingual hosts to help facilitate meal-time conversations. Hosts are often available at much lower rates than professional interpreters.

What else will I need?

For simultaneous interpreting, you will also need to rent equipment so that your delegates can hear the interpreter's voice.

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Our services don’t end once your rental equipment is delivered and installed. We understand that managing IT equipment means more than just "procurement". That is why we offer exceptional technical support and services. In addition to 24/7 support, our experienced technicians will work with you from installation until final completion of the project.
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