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Entries by Carrie Keele

A Very Special Visit From Santa, His Elf, and Listen Technologies

Last year I had the amazing opportunity to visit the Kauri Sue Hamilton School during the holiday season. The experience made an incredible impact on me, so much so that I wanted to repeat the experience again. This year, we were fortunate to have members of the KSL News Team and Madeleine Brown of the Deseret News join us for the event. You can read her wonderful article about it below, originally posted on December 17, 2013 on the Deseret News Page>>>

Touring Seattle, One Bite At A Time

When in New Orleans, try the gumbo. Visiting Philly? Cheesesteak, of course.  Seattle? Try the Fish! What better way to explore a city than by sampling its culinary masterpieces?Seattle Bites Food Tour does just that. For three hours, tourists, both vacationers and locals, experience the rich history and culture of Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market while sampling the crème de la crème. 

How To Use And Sanitize An Earspeaker

I recently attended a Women Tech Council event where attendees were able to tour the beautiful new Adobe building in Lehi, UT. We supported the event with a loaner equipment sponsorship of our portable RF equipment to ensure that not a single sound was missed. Each tour member was given a receiver and an LA-164 ear speaker. The great thing about an ear speaker as opposed to traditional headphones is you can easily sanitize between uses. Additionally, it is only over one ear, allowing you to hear the audio while also being aware of your surroundings. The first time you put an ear speaker on it can be a little tricky, but once you see the proper position it’s easy!This video shows just how easy it is to use and sanitize:

Tumbleweeds Film Festival

Nancy Eaves, Development Manager at the Utah Film Center approached Listen Technologies about providing our assistive listening devices for a unique application for the Tumbleweeds Film Festival for children and youth. 

Induction Loops In Museums

Utilising induction loops for applications such as museum exhibits where attendees tend to be moving through a space in a short period of time and therefore cannot easily access loan equipment, is a common practice.  Since the majority of new hearing aids have T-coils installed, users equipped with these do not need to request extra equipment to receive the signal.  The only requirement being  to simply move a switch from ‘M’ to ‘T’ (mic’ to T-Coil) on the hearing  aid.  

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