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Smooth’s New Listen System

Some say success in the restaurant business is hard to come by. But like any other business, branding can be the play that cinches the game. Just ask the folks at Smooth’s Sports Grille in Long Beach, California, who got a winning assist from Listen Technologies. 

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Tour Guides Serve Up Satisfaction On Food Processing Plant Tours

As an experienced industrial tour guide, Robert Sapien has been taking advantage of tour group communication technology for a number of years. The first system he used worked pretty well at blocking out the din of noisy machinery on the plant floor. However, its clunky design and flimsy nature was undesirable and quickly wore out.

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Trojan Horse Training Uses Wireless Listening Solution

It’s another hot weekend that finds ten students of Las Vegas-based Trojan Horse Training dressed in smart jodhpur trousers and show jackets, and competing in jumping and dressage* events with their equine companions. In the warm-up arena, a handful of trainers busily chase and call out final instructions to their dozens of students competing that day. The result is little more than a shouting match – each instructor trying to get the attention of his or her riders and communicate the corrective actions.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Mounts Listen for Gallery Tours

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland is a non-collecting institution, and thus is recreated three times a year. This ensures a steady stream of traffic through its 23,000 square feet of gallery space. Like most museums, MOCA conducts tours, some led by docents, others by artists. All share a common thread: unparalleled sound, thanks to equipment from Listen Technologies Corporation.

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North Carolina Aquarium Makes A Splash With Wireless Listening

In the popular Pixar animated film Finding Nemo, the young and stubborn clown fish, Nemo, proves to his overprotective father that“fin impairment” cannot prevent him from exploring the adventures of the ocean. With the same vigor and ambition, the staff at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is ensuring that their patrons can also savor the aquatic adventures regardless of hearing or language barriers.

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Shutter Tours – A Unique Approach

I am always intrigued by unique approaches to conducting tours. Truth be told, a big part of what peaks my interest is that we offer mobile audio devices for tours for both the tour guide and the tour participants. I firmly believe that tour participants deserve to fully experience not only what they are seeing but also what they are hearing. And, the tour guide just needs to be able to move around and focus on giving the participants an interesting experience and not be concerned about wrangling everyone and whether or not they can hear what it is being said.

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Portable Language Interpretation System – So Simple It Fits In A Case

Did you know that a wireless Language Interpretation system can fit into a briefcase? With a Portable FM system, both the interpreter’s microphone unit and the participant’s headphone listening unit are wireless – which makes this system perfect for multiple applications such as courtrooms, corporate boardrooms, houses of worship, and classrooms. Take the system anyhere. This video will show you how easy it is to communicate your message in multiple languages!

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