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Conference and Interpretation Systems
Conference and Interpretation Systems represent one of the many specialist sectors of the audio and audio-visual markets. The end users are many and varied (Slide 2). The most sophisticated systems are most frequently found in the International convention centers, United Nations facilities and the larger Government of State legislative chambers. A much wider application exists in council chambers, educational institutions and with International organizations. The most frequent requirements are in hotels, committee rooms and board rooms. Finally there are many users outside the traditional applications such as theatres, cinemas and tourist attractions which also employ these systems.
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