Sennheiser SL Interpreter console
This standalone desktop console is designed for simultaneous interpretation of one or more languages. It allows one or two interpreters to monitor floor or relay sources, adjust volume and tone individually, and route the interpretation signal to different outputs.
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The Sennheiser SL Interpreter is a standalone desktop console designed for simultaneous interpretation of one or more languages. It allows one or two interpreters to monitor floor or relay sources, adjust volume and tone individually, and route the interpretation signal to different outputs.
This compact and lightweight unit is ideal for international conferences where a floor and a single relay language are used. Up to 4 consoles can be cascaded for translation into multiple languages. This enables an interpreter to connect a headset and choose to either hear the floor language, or the translated language from another interpreter.
This console is recommended to be used with Sennheiser Tourguide 2020, 1039 and infrared systems.
This console can also be used for audio description or commentary applications.
No need for external equipment
Compact, lightweight and easy to setup
Built-in distribution amplifier allows up to 4 consoles to be cascaded
Individual volume and tone controls for both interpreters
Floor language feed-through
1 SL Interpreter console
1 Power supply
1 Cat5 link cable
Floor language input: 3-pin XLR female, balanced (or unbalanced) input with 24k Ω differential input impedance, max balanced input is +19dBu
Link In/Out: CAT5 8p8c RJ45 female receptacle, distributes balanced line level Floor and Relay audio to another SL Interpreter
XLR Microphone Inputs: 3-pin XLR female, balanced (or unbalanced) input. Switchable 12VDC simplex power. Variable gain of 58 dB, 2.4k Ω balanced input impedance, maximum balanced input is +19 dBu
3.5mm Microphone Inputs: Stereo 3.5mm TRS phone jack, pink, and stereo
3.5mm TRRS phone jack, black, unbalanced (r,s) for electret condenser mics, variable gain of 40dB. Bias is 3.7VDC through 2.7k Ω
3.5mm TRRS Headphone Output: 3.5mm TRRS phone jack, Tip = Left, Ring 1 = Right, Ring 2 = GND, Sleeve = Mic. 40mW max power into 32 Ω stereo headset
3.5mm Headphone Output: 3.5mm TRS phone jack, mono or stereo headphone, 8 Ω minimum. 190mW max power into 32 Ω stereo headset
CH1 Out, CH2 Out: 3-pin XLR male, balanced output. Max output is +19dBu into 600 Ω balanced load impedance
RCA: Red: RCA for recording and CH1 audio, Interpreter audio only, no feed-through. White: RCA jack for recording CH2 audio.
Frequency Response: 45Hz to 20 kHz, +0/−3dB re: 1 kHz with flat bass/treble
Distortion at 1 kHz: <0.5% THD @ full power
Signal to Noise Ratio: >82dB @ 1 kHz
Crosstalk Attenuation: >63dB @ 1 kHz
Tone Controls: Bass: +12dB Boost or −12dB cut @ 100Hz, Treble: +12dB Boost or −12dB cut @ 10 kHz
Phantom powering: 12VDC
Dimensions: 25.4 x 16.1 x 6.2cm