Williams Sound


Williams Sound, LLC, is a privately held, U.S. company located in Eden Prairie, Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis / St. Paul. The company was founded in 1976. We manufacture many of our products in our Eden Prairie plant and supplement our U.S. production with local sub-contractors and overseas partners. We also distribute select products from reputable suppliers that complement our own products, and we import carefully qualified accessory items such as earphones, headphones, and microphones.

**CAH is the exclusive distributor of professional product in PRC, Hong Kong and Macao region. 

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Simultaneous, two-way, digital communication technology. Slim, lightweight, and simple to set up and use. With the push of a button, users can access two-way communication for easy, more focused group leader / group member participation. Ideal for an array of applications including wireless intercom, language interpretation and tour guide. Also works well in an event-production scenario where the director and other crew members can immediately and accurately communicate from different production locations.   Transceiver Transmits and receives. Slim, lightweight, and simple to set up and use. With the push of a button, users can access 2-way simultaneous communication for easy,…
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FM Solutions Our wireless FM systems are designed to help individuals needing auditory assistance or language interpretation overcome background noise, reverberation and distance from the sound source. Ideal for large-group listening scenarios. Individuals use personal FM receivers anywhere within the coverage area to hear crystal-clear sound directly from the sound source. How it works An FM listening system operates just like a small radio station. An FM transmitter, directly connected to the sound system used in a facility, broadcasts radio signals on pre-set frequencies (frequencies that the FCC has determined and restricted for use by assistive listening and language interpretation…
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SoundPlus® Infrared Systems ensure direct, clear delivery of your message without sacrificing security. Complete, turnkey solutions for hearing assistance, simultaneous language interpretation, audio description or private listening applications.   How it works Works like a flashlight Think of infrared emitters as a beam of invisible light. Emitters are available in different sizes, depending on the area of coverage and number of channels required. In most applications, multiple emitters are used to ensure even coverage of the light, so users do not experience blind spots.   Example 1) Input to an infrared system can come from a microphone, sound system or…
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Loop Professional Solutions These portable and installed induction loop systems readily transmit the spoken word directly and clearly to a listener's hearing aid equipped with a T-coil. Optional PROLOOP receivers are available for listeners without T-coil-equipped hearing aids.   How it works Example 1. A sound source — such as a voice, TV or other audio system — is captured using a microphone or via a line-out connection. 2. The sound signal is then connected to an induction loop amplifier. This generates a current to pass the signal to an induction loop, usually made of copper tape or wire. 3.…
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Hearing HotSpot WI-FI Solutions See and hear the thrill of your team’s game-winning touchdown…  The brilliance of a classic guitar riff…  The wisdom in a professor’s words.  The Hearing HotSpot™ is an innovative, new listening technology that allows any venue to stream audio via Wi-Fi from TVs, music sources or live programs directly to an individual’s smartphone or tablet.  To listen, an individual simply connects to the local Wi-Fi, downloads the free Hearing Hotspot™ app from the Google Play or Apple App Store, and selects the audio channel they want to hear.   The New Hearing HotSpot Server includes everything…