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Relay Interpreting with the DIS 6000

Before relay interpreting begins:

  • interpreter who becomes relay source: ds6132 left/in channel  remains on “floor”; right/out channel: “English” (first turn your Mic off, switching with button “B/A” to out language “A” is easier than cycling through the individual languages)
  • interpreter who interprets relay into target language: ds6132: left/in channel  switch from “Floor” to “Relay select” : “English” (whatever button A/B/C/D).

When relay interpreting ends:

  • interpreter who stops being relay source: ds6132 left/in channel  remains on “Floor”; right/out channel: back to your native language (switching with button “B/A” to out language B  is easier than cycling through the individual languages)
  • interpreter who interpreted relay into target language: ds6132: left/in channel  switch from “English” back to “floor”.

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