Kim Franklin, vice president of marketing, Listen Technologies, says that newer technologies such as Wi-Fi and BLE are quickly becoming a preferred choice for assistive listening because of simple venue installation and intuitive user interface. “Wi-Fi systems provide a discreet experience for end users since they can use their own smartphone or checkout a smartphone receiver provided by the venue,” she says. “Wi-Fi systems work on the venue’s network and cost less than traditional assistive listening systems. BLE will also become a viable option for assistive listening technology with the current focus on innovation in the Bluetooth space. Future solutions will support various personal assistive listening applications in multiple markets.”

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