What is the difference to an audio guide?
Mistakenly, an audio guide is often referred to as an audio guide in a tour guide system. Therefore, we would like to clarify here what the exact difference is.
An audio guide is a device that guides people through a museum or exhibition with a prefabricated "audio tape preserve", i.e. finished content. A tour guide system, on the other hand, is a kind of "mouthpiece" that facilitates communication between the speaker and the listener. The speaker already has his voice and the listener understands everything clearly. With our TOM-Audio TG-101 dialog-capable variant, even a controlled dialog with the group is possible.
Our sales product GroupyCompany combines a tour guide system and an audio guide in one device.