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MEDIA VISION USA INTRODUCES TAIDEN HCS-4385K INTERPRETER UNIT FOR SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

hcs-4385k_web.jpgSan Francisco, CA, February 25, 2009 – Media Vision USA has announced for the very first time the TAIDEN product, HCS-4385K, a fully digital language interpretation unit designed for the challenges faced by today’s interpreters.

The TAIDEN HCS-4385K fully digital Interpreter Unit brings the latest in digital technologies to the simultaneous interpretation system. The TAIDEN HCS-4385K features a 256×64 LCD for display of text information including Language channel inputs, language channel outputs, text messages sent from an event organizer, and quick set up of the unit. The addition of an IC-Card Reader adds extra security to the meetings as only authorized IC-Cards will unlock the Interpreter Unit from its stand-by setting. The gooseneck microphone is detachable and the built-in loudspeaker is automatically muted when the microphone is activated. The most noticeable change for the new interpreter unit is the sleek new table-top design. The HCS-4385K is both smaller and lighter with more features and better adaptability to the changing needs of multi-lingual conferences.

Taiden HCS-4385K is the new component in the TAIDEN digital Infrared Language Distribution System which also includes the HCS-5100 Series (IR Receivers and Radiators for non-participating members), the HCS-5300 Series (IR Conference Microphones and IR Transceivers). The HCS-4385K can also be used with TAIDEN’s flagship conference solution, the HCS-4100 Series (wired conference microphones with language interpretation, electronic voting, camera follow audio, and more).

“The larger LCD is going to make all the new features that much easier to use,? said Wesley Sutliff, Product Manager of Media Vision USA. “We think the new design will appeal to the users and allow them to perform their job to the best of their ability.?

The TAIDEN Digital HCS-4385K will be available throughout the existing Media Vision USA representation network in North America www.mediavision-usa.com/sales.html.

About Media Vision USA
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Media Vision USA is the lead provider of conference microphone discussion systems, electronic voting, and simultaneous interpretation to the audio-visual industry. Media Vision USA has provided state of the art systems for such customers as colleges, city councils, banks, corporate boardrooms and the United Nations. Additional information can be found at www.mediavision-usa.com

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