The museum is a holy place with history and culture, anyone who has been to some large museums knows that some museums have strictly prohibited loudspeakers and things that can harm cultural relics from entering. So in this case, the audio guide for museums is the most suitable for museum visits, but why is it suitable for museums? We can do a small analysis, for example, in some well-known historical museums, in order to protect cultural relics, it is generally forbidden to take pictures and make loud noises, so things such as loudspeakers have been explicitly banned. The main reason why the audio guide for museums can be accepted by the public is because it can not harm the cultural relics and does not affect the tourists. The audio guide for museums mainly uses the 2.4G communication frequency, which has stable information transmission and reception signals.
The audio guide for museums uses the effect of internal wireless sound transmission to transmit audio content, and at the same time has a noise reduction audio IC, and is resistant to electromagnetic interference, mobile phone signal interference, no noise, and the listening quality is clear and perfect. The audio guide for museums can also support the simultaneous connection and listening of the devices to ensure that there is no interference such as cross-frequency and mixing between the devices. The museum needs to walk around to visit, so the equipment needs to have a certain transmission range to be able to move, and the audio guide for museums can walk around freely within 150 meters, not afraid of inaudible, and not afraid of noise. In terms of hygiene, the audio guide for museums adopts a charging box with built-in purple light sterilization and negative oxygen ion deodorization functions. It can be automatically sterilized while charging, and it is very clean to use.