This product is discontinued and the information here is only for reference. It has been replaced by the LS-54-072

ADA Standard Stationary RF System (72 MHz) (Discontinued)

The LS-16 is specifically designed to meet the needs of the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessible design. In addition to ensuring that public facilities are compliant; the system helps solve frustrating but common sound problems caused by distance, background noise, or poor room acoustics. The system can be ordered on either the 72 or 216 MHz frequency band, and can be customized if you need additional parts. Great solution to enrich your customers’ listening experience in classrooms, public meeting rooms, theaters, stadiums, concert halls, and more.
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One (1) LT-800-072 Stationary RF Transmitter (72 MHz)
One (1) LA-122 Universal Antenna Kit (72 MHz)
One (1) LA-326 Universal Rack Mounting Kit
Four (4) LR-400-072  Portable Display RF Receiver (72 MHz)
Four (4) LA-164 Ear Speaker
Two  (2) LA-166 Neck Loop
Four (4) LA-361 High Capacity AA Alkaline Batteries (2)
One (1) LA-304 Assistive Listening Notification Signage Kit


  • Meet the requirements of the new 2010 ADA standards and deliver an enriched listening experience
  • Standard system can be designed to meet the needs for any venue
  • Superior audio quality – 80 dB, setting the industry’s sound quality standard
  • 100% Digital – Listen receivers are digitally-tuned so the transmission won’t drift
  • Long transmission range ensures coverage for the entire venue
  • Try before you buy – free no obligation 30 – day demo
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty – buy with confidence

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Shipping Weight20.0 lbs (9.1 kg)




+What is the function of SQ?

To reduce noise of the systems, Listen offers a noise reduction technology called ListenSQ™. Both the transmitter and receiver must have SQ on to achieve the desired results. If you are planning to use this product with older Listen systems or equipment not manufactured by Listen, you should disable SQ.

+What is the range of the LT-800-216 MHz transmitter?

Line of site up to 914 m (3,000 ft.) with 216 MHz.

+Can the LR-400 be used with multiple transmitters?

Yes. The LR-400 can be used with multiple transmitters, but unlike the LR-500, it cannot be programmed to lock out channels.

+What is squelching?

The purpose of squelch is to mute the audio output of your receiver when the signal from the transmitter is turned off or is too weak to be received. Without squelch you would hear radio noise in your earphone. The squelch function is preset and cannot be changed on the LR-300.

+What are the ADA changes related to assistive listening systems?

Simply put, any public assembly area where audible communication is integral to the use of the space, an assistive listening system shall be provided. The assistive listening receivers need to comply with the following table below. For full details visit:

+How many receivers can I have on a system?

As many as you want. The transmitter simply transmits a signal and you can have as many receivers pick that signal up as necessary. It's like a radio station transmitting and the receivers are the radios tuning into the "channel".