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Question: How do you determine which kind of assistive listening system is right for your environment? Answer: Listen Technologies has created a system recommendation tool to help venue owners, integrators, and consultants select the right assistive listening technology and system for their specific application, building, type of venue, and seating capacity. Users answer questions about the type of system they need, and the tool recommends which technology and Listen Technologies solutions would best meet their needs.
I will celebrate my 10-year anniversary with Listen Technologies in November. As president and CEO for Listen Technologies, I’m committed to creating value for our shareholders, partners, employees, and customers through innovative technology and solutions that promote inclusive listening experiences across markets and applications.
The Listen Technology LA-164 is the best clip-on headphone on this list for making calls, joining conferences over the phone, and listening to music. This piece can also be used with hearing aids, making them an accessible choice even for those of us who are hard of hearing.
Providing clear and accessible audio enhances the overall experience for your audience, facilitates effective communication, and ensures that your message is effectively delivered. By considering these best practices and implementing them appropriately, you can create an engaging experience.
As renowned assistive listening and communication solutions manufacturer Listen Technologies celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, CEO and President Maile Keone explains how the company has adapted to the demands of audiences and venues to ensure attendees with hearing difficulties are catered for, even in the most challenging listening environments.
Listen Technologies’ ListenWIFI is the next generation of the Listen EVERYWHERE audio-over-Wi-Fi solution. ListenWIFI streams venue audio to smartphones through a free, customizable app or directly to new LWR-1050 receivers. When used with proper signage and neck loops, the new receivers make ListenWIFI compliant with ADA and international accessibility requirements.
Reilly brings a long history of audiovisual (AV) sales, design, and integration experience to his new role at Listen Technologies. Specifically, he has expertise in designing and building classroom and corporate AV systems to meet the unique needs of customers and end users. Most recently, Reilly was vice president of business development at AV solutions provider ClearTech.
Listen Technologies has launched ListenWIFI, a new product suite that is the next generation of the company’s audio-over-Wi-Fi solution. ListenWIFI lets venues stream audio over their wireless network to guests’ smartphones. Guest access the audio via a free app and listen with headphones or earbuds.
“A lot of people wouldn’t know by looking at it, but our mission statement is that every space we utilize is user-centered in design, but it’s also that everything has to be sustainable, accessible, and safe,” says USC’s AV Director, Joe Way, PhD, CTS.