New products on ‘WORLDDIDAC ASTANA 2012’ exhibition.

From 14 to 16 of May in the exhibition centre KORME took place the First International Exhibition "WORLDDIDAC ASTANA 2012", organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the International association WORLDDIDAC.

South Korean company YUSUNG Co. jointly with “Diapazon XXI century” for the first time presented wireless language systems LABEAR and other multimedia technologies for the Kazakhstan market.


The apparent advantage of the wireless language systems LABEAR in comparison with outdated analog laboratories is its mobility. Also the system does not require any assembling and exclude costs for the settings.

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The system functions in the range of 2,4 GHz and works due to the application of modern digital technologies of a sound transmission. The number of students in the class can reach 60 persons. The standard package of Labear is designed for 6, 12, 20, 24 individual student kits. Labear can play audio files from SD card built-in MP3 player or from other external devices with high quality stereo sound.

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Basic functions.

Leacture – live voice transmission from the source or a teacher to all student’s headsets.
Dialog – class division into two groups for oral speaking, two-way voice transmission. Work in pairs, work in group, two-way communication, a possibility to switch an external sound source and to record the dialog to the external device.
The student control and blocking functions. 12 individual kits can be recharged from the system’s charger. Stationary charger is designed for 48 kits.
After playing the external source, a teacher can initialize a conversation with a chosen student and chat with 3 students in the same time. A teacher can listen any of the students in the class using the individual number.
A unit of every user has an indicator which shows the battery charge.
Distance studying is made with the help of the specialized software Voice Recognition S/W.
Distant users can switch on to an interactive lecture without any specialized headsets.

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