The museum is the carrier of history, so every weekend or holiday, there will always be a lot of visitors to visit the museum, but the guides in the museum will also use museum audio guide to provide audio explanation services for visitors. But what should you pay attention to when choosing a museum audio guide? First of all, we need to consider whether the museum audio guide can support the simultaneous use of multiple teams, and whether there will be signal interference when multiple teams visit and use at the same time. Therefore, when choosing a museum audio guide, you can choose a multi-channel audio guide, so that you can switch between different channels to explain when multi-team visits are received, and you also need to use a museum audio guide with strong anti-interference ability. The second is that the communication distance of the museum audio guide is sufficient, because visitors will have to walk around and browse freely when visiting, so the communication distance of the equipment is also a factor of choice.
Because the museum audio guide is composed of a transmitter and a receiver, the explainer will use the transmitter to speak, and the visitor can listen through the receiver, so if the communication distance of the device is short, the visitor will easily be unable to hear clearly or the explaining signal will be interrupted. There is also whether the museum audio guide supports one-day standby use when it is fully charged. Sometimes the museum receives multiple batches of visitors a day, so the durability of the equipment's power is also a criterion when choosing a museum audio guide. When the reception is completed or the equipment is charged, the unified charging and storage of the equipment can help the museum to save a lot of workload, so the museum explainer can choose to be equipped with a charging box, so that it can be easily charged and stored after use, which is more economical. Finally, it is about wearing the museum audio guide, we can choose a receiver that is easy for visitors to wear and adjust, so as to avoid ear discomfort caused by being too large and heavy.