Beyerdynamic Synexis tour guide system

The extensive features and product range make the versatile Synexis wireless system suitable for many applications including guided tours, assistive listening and simultaneous interpretation applications.

Beyerdynamic Synexis tour guide system

Tour groups

Tour group using Beyerdynamic Synexis tour guide system

When speaking to a group of people it is essential that you can be heard. The Synexis tour guide system makes this easy. Before your tour just distribute the receivers to your listeners and then speak into the wireless microphone. Each individual can then simply adjust their volume to a comfortable level ensuring they hear you clearly. This not only stops you having to shout, it keeps the group focused by reducing distracting background noise.

Assistive listening

Beyerdynamic Synexis used as a assistive listening system

As the Synexis system is wireless, it is ideal for use for assistive listening. The receivers are available with headphones or inductive neck loop to work directly with a user’s hearing aid on the “T” position. This allows the user to sit in any event and understand every word. Portable or installed transmitters enable the system to be used in many ways with minimal or no installation. The Beyerdynamic Synexis is ideal for listed buildings, theatres or stadiums.

Language Interpretation

Beyerdynamic Syexis tour guide system used for simultaneous interpretation

The Synexis system can also be used for whispered interpretation applications or in combination with other interpretation systems. If a small portable system is required, then a portable transmitter and transport case can be used, enabling the system to be ready to use within minutes of arriving at a venue. At large international events with multiple interpreters, a large area can be covered with one antenna which reduces the cost of installation. As multiple transmitters can be used simultaneously, up to eight languages can be distributed. The user then selects the channel they wish hear on their receiver.


Beyerdynamic Synexis TP Beltpack Transmitter and Synexis TH Handheld Transmitter

There are three different types of transmitters available for the Beyerdynamic Synexis system. For portable systems there is handheld microphone or a beltpack transmitter. For fixed applications there is a stationary transmitter with microphone or line level input.

The handheld transmitter has a soft-touch surface which reduces handling noises, guaranteeing maximum speech intelligibility. Even with wind noise there is no need to raise your voice. This transmitter can be easily passed around the group for any questions.

The bodypack transmitter can be used with either lapel or head-worn microphone allowing the guide to work hands-free. An aux input is also integrated to connect an external audio source e.g. mp3 player. Both portable transmitters have an illuminating mute switch.

The handheld and beltpack transmitters can be operated using either rechargeable batteries or standard AA batteries. 

Synexis tour guide systems can be used licence-free anywhere within the EU.


Beyerdynamic Synexis RP Beltpack Receiver

The robust receiver is very user friendly and can be worn on a belt clip or on a lanyard. The OLED screen clearly displays the selected channel and battery status. As with the transmitters, the receiver can be powered by rechargeable batteries or standard AA batteries. A wide choice of headphones are available, to suit every scenario.

A weather-resistant belt bag is available for the bodypack transmitter and receivers to protect them on outdoor excursions.

Transport and charging

 Beyerdynamic Synexis C20 tour guide system transport/charger case

For the Synexis components there are various possibilities for charging and transport available such as a trolley case. Chargers are available for all size systems.

Beyerdynamic Synexis tourguide charging options

For more information on the Synexis tour guide system from Beyerdynamic please contact us.


Beyerdynamic Synexis tour guide system brochure

Beyerdynamic Synexis quick guide