Interpreting equipment

An interpreter can interpret in all sorts of situations and at many different events. An interpreter may occasionally need equipment to support the interpreting session. But what equipment can they use?

Whisper set

A whispering interpreter can make use of a whisper set, which consists of a headset and a microphone. The interpreter uses these to speak (transmit) and listen (receive). The persons listening to the interpreter wear a headset. A whisper set is usually used when interpreting for two to ten listeners, but the set can sometimes also be used with somewhat smaller groups.

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Interpreting booth

Interpreting booths are soundproof systems which are approximately two by two metres in size. The interpreter takes a seat in this booth, often together with another interpreter. Interpreting booths are available in both permanent and mobile versions. How does it work?

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