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How would you like to get more usage out of your assistive listening system? Well, you can and it’s pretty easy. If you have an assistive listening system it’s likely you have a stationary transmitter – this is the device that connects to an audio source like a sound board, microphone, or other devices and is typically the audio you are trying to deliver to those individuals that need auditory assistance. Your system will also include the listening devices for those individuals. The receiver captures the audio signal from the transmitter and the listener hears it via an earphone that plugs into the receiver.

Most manufacturers that provide assistive listening systems also provide a portable version of a transmitter. The concept of how a portable transmitter works is basically the same except that the design allows for it to be used in mobile applications and typically the audio source that is connected to it is a microphone. This simple differentiator allows you to conduct tours, moving presentations and language interpretation.
Three separate ListenTALK receivers in a row with different group names on each display screen.
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