An affordable, all-in-one package that helps smaller cultural sites like yours give visitors the same premium audio tour experience as our world-famous clients!
Welcome to Antenna Direct
Are you a smaller cultural site or historic home? What if you could provide your visitors with the same Antenna audio tour experience as our top tier partner museums? Well, now you can, with Antenna Direct! See how our customers are creating their own tours and increasing visitor engagement in this video:
How It Works
- 1Your new Antenna Direct box arrives with everything you need to get started
- 2Plug in the DataCharger and insert the devices, connect them to the internet
- 3Upload and edit your audio files on Antenna’s TourBuilder platform
- 4Follow the instructions to ‘push’ your finished tour onto the devices
- 5Distribute the devices to your visitors and watch them enjoy your site like never before!
Whats In The Box
You will receive everything you need to build your own audio tour in one box. The box will contain:
The X-Plorer™ 2 audio player represents best practices we’ve learned working with the world’s leading museums and cultural institutions over 30 years. We’ve refined and developed it to be the most versatile, durable and reliable on the market today. Both you and your visitors will love it!
The DataCharger is a compact charging system that allows for remote management and putting tours onto devices. It ensures the audio on your devices stays up-to-date, and each player is working correctly.
TourBuilder is our online tour creation system. It’s easy to use and accessible from any internet-connected computer. TourBuilder comes with a built in help and support system that includes tutorial videos and FAQs. If you’ve never made an audio tour before, or aren’t sure what to do, don’t worry! We also provide you with our own helpful ‘how to’ guide to writing an audio tour based on 30 years of experience. You’ll be well on your way in no time.
Never written an audio tour before?
It’s easy if you know how! Just fill out our contact form and you’ll get an email with a link to download our free “How to write an audio tour guide”, full of great tips from people who have been writing them for over 30 years.