Tourtalk is a portable short-range wireless system used to transmit an audio message from a presenter to an audience. The presenter speaks into a radio microphone transmitter and the audience use lightweight receivers to hear the message.
We work with many different types of organisations who use Tourtalk systems for varied applications. Tourtalk systems are used when it is difficult for an individual to communicate to listeners due to noise or distance. Popular uses are:
The Tourtalk TT 40-TG24M is a complete tour guide system comprising 1 transmitter with headband microphone (for the presenter), 24 receivers with earphones (for the audience) and a charger ...More information
The Tourtalk TT 100-TG24MH is a complete digital tour guide system comprising 1 transmitter with headband microphone (for the presenter), 24 receivers with headphones (for the audience) and a ...More information
The Tourtalk TT-NL neck worn inductive loop is designed for use with Tourtalk receivers. The user simply plugs the neck loop into the headphone socket and sets their hearing aid ...More information
"Being a little deaf I had been concerned about hearing the commentary in a noisy environment, the personal audio link to the guide made it all clear and understandable. For me this little thing enhanced the whole experience immeasurably."
"We are very pleased with the feedback that we have had from both customers and members of staff that have now used the Tourtalk system and it has proved extremely beneficial to date. The sound quality and ease of use is fantastic and it has much improved the professional way in which we present ourselves to our customers when they are visiting our factory."