Bilingva Translation and Interpreting


Recently, used their service for an urgent and health related matter. Extremely happy with the promptness and quality of their work.Catherine is very easy to work with and super professional.

Jaideep A.
San Jose, CA

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FM Transmitters

We offer both stationery and personal FM transmitters for rent. All our receivers work with any type of transmitter you choose. You can have multiple transmitters working at the same time for multiple languages and tracks. Using our receivers conference attendees have the ability to switch to any channel and track on the fly, without any downtime or technical assistance.

Stationery FM transmitter

Stationery FM transmitter offers wide coverage area such as large conference halls, exhibition floors or demo stages. It provides excellent signal strength and sound quality . Typically stationery transmitter is used in full-size booths where they are hooked up to interpreters consoles.

We offer Williams-Sound PPA-T35 transmitter. This professional transmitter features a powerful microprocessor, sleek digital display, and easy-to-use menu controls. Quickly choose between Voice, Music, or Hearing Assistance in the Application Preset menu. The T35 configures itself to the appropriate setting -- taking the guesswork out of complex audio installation. With an operating range of up to 1000 feet, the T35 is ideal for auditoriums, stadiums, theaters, or other large venues where superior coverage is essential. Designed to meet ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessibility requirements for hearing assistance.

Portable FM transmitter

Personal PA T36 transmitter will broadcast a speaker’s voice or audio program up to 150 feet (46 m) from the listening audience. It is ideal for providing hearing assistance for students in the classroom, tour group participants, employee training, business meetings and more. Portable transmitter can operate on 16 channels, so you can have multiple languages and tracks going on at the same time without any interference.