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Mikey Shaffer, regional sales manager, west, with Listen Technologies, says that everybody wants to feel as though they had a unique experience when they visit an out-of-home environment. “Accessibility is often overlooked when it comes to audio and communication in these spaces,” she laments. In the context of exhibits, displays and other attractions, sound is often used not only to convey information but also to create ambiance and deliver an immersive experience. “Assistive-listening systems can make the space more inclusive,” Shaffer suggests.

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