AudioFetch helps your congregation hear better. Whether you need real-time translation services for diverse members, hearing assistive technology for older members, audio broadcasting to overflow areas, nurseries or other rooms, or all of the above, AudioFetch is the perfect choice.

With AudioFetch, you can replace clunky assistive listening devices with smartphones and eliminate messy wiring throughout your church, mosque or temple. It’s extremely simple to install–just plug it in and connect to your existing WiFi, and you can start broadcasting immediately. And unlike other hearing assistive or audio streaming systems, there are no recurring monthly or annual fees–purchase the equipment (or have someone donate it!) and you own it outright.

Ready to start streaming? Contact us today for a free consultation and custom quote.

Why AudioFetch?

AudioFetch is the proud creation of Broadcastvision Entertainment and Waio Inc., leveraging over 15 years of experience to create the premier next generation wireless audio product.

Real-Time Audio Streaming

Guaranteed low audio latency. Smartphone audio and TV video sync together.

Customize Your Marketing

Display your logo & custom ads within the app to a captive audience.

API Ready

Have your own app? Integrate AudioFetch into your own app using our API.

Hassle-Free Installation

Plug-n-play installation using your existing Wi-Fi – no custom configuration required.

Multiple Input Types

Accepts 3 types of audio input (analog, optical or digital coax).

From 1 to 64 Audio Inputs

AudioFetch is efficient, flexible, and provides maximum performance across all applications.

What Our Customers Say

We are taking audio from our adult class and our worship service and sending it to a specialized computer to do instant translation from English to Spanish. Then we send it to AudioFetch and people in the auditorium can start the App on their phones and hear everything in Spanish. It’s an amazing set up. This is so much cleaner than trying to do Bluetooth with multiple transmitters and receivers. And AudioFetch worked correctly from the first time I plugged it in. Sure wish the rest of the system worked that well!

Mike L.Winterville Church of Christ