Instead of asking parishioners to turn off their cell phones during worship service, what if they could use them to hear your sermon clearly, no…
When setting up an assistive listening system in your venue it is important to remember that speech is paramount. However, in many religious contexts and…
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This blog is the first of a three part series.The LDS Conference Center located in downtown Salt Lake City is the largest LIVE audio installment in the US. As part of its AV Week celebration Listen Technologies co-hosted a tour of the 1.4 million square foot facility that seats 21,000 people.
Houses of Worship are finding more uses for assistive listening systems with the availability of products offering increased flexibility along with great sound quality. For example, Grace Brethren Church in Simi Valley, California, is using a Listen system not only for assistance to hard of hearing congregants, but also for a hard-of-hearing sign language interpreter. She uses a Listen receiver to listen to the pastor at the podium or other audio over the PA system in order to interpret the spoken word into sign language.
With a congregation of 6000 and three services daily, Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California, found a long-term solution for integrating their non-English-speaking congregants: real time interpretation with wireless technology from Listen Technologies.