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Overview

The LS-58 Advanced Level III Stationary RF System from Listen Technologies is a ready-to-install system ideal for large and/or growing venues. Utilizing our LT-800-216 RF Transmitter and universal antenna kit to provide ample coverage, the LS-58 is complete with four of Listen’s LR-5200-072 iDSP multi-channel RF receivers, universal ear speakers, and more, providing an all-in-one, high-performance assistive listening solution.

The LS-58 includes our LA-381 Drop-in Charging/Dispensing Station, with room for charging, storing, and managing up to twelve (12) receivers. The high-capacity station makes it easy to upgrde and expand your RF system as the demands of your venue grow.

Each LS-58 also includes an assistive listening notification signage kit to ensure that all visitors are aware of your assistive listening system’s availability, and the signage meets legal compliance requirements as well. Combined with the universal antenna kit, rack mounting kit, ear speakers, neck loops/lanyards, and dual RCA cable, the LS-58 is a great choice for venues with a capacity of up to 100 people.

Includes

  • One (1) LT-800-216-01 Stationary RF Transmitter (216 MHz)
  • One (1) LA-122 Universal Antenna Kit (72 MHz and 216 MHz)
  • One (1) LA-326 Universal Rack Mounting Kit
  • Four (4) LR-5200-216 Advanced Intelligent DSP RF Receiver (216 MHz)
  • Four (4) LA-401 Universal Ear Speaker
  • Two (2) LA-430 Intelligent Earphone/Neck Loop Lanyard
  • One (1) LPT-A107-B Dual RCA to Dual RCA Cable 2 m (6.6 ft.)
  • One (1) LA-381-01 Intelligent 12-Unit Charging Tray
  • One (1) LA-304 Assistive Listening Notification Signage Kit

Highlights

  • Feature-packed 216 MHz RF system package including LT-800-216 transmitter and four advanced, multi-channel iDSP receivers
  • Universal antenna kit and rack mounting kit make it easy to install and configure for virtually any permanent installation
  • Includes four universal ear speakers and two integrated neck loops/lanyards
  • 12-slot charging tray, compliance signage, and RCA cable also included for immediate set up
Configurations & Architectural Specs

Configurations

LS-58-216 Listen iDSP Advanced Level III Stationary RF System (216 MHz)

Architectural Specs

Furnish and install an RF wireless assistive listening system for use by the hearing-impaired. The assistive listening system (ALS) shall be capable of broadcasting on 57 channels and be frequency agile. The RF receiver shall be capable of receiving on 57 wide and narrow band channels.  The device shall have a programmable multi-function Listen button that can be tuned for the venues desired channels and electronically lock out any unused channels.  The receiver shall have a signal-to-noise ratio of 70 dB or greater and shall have an audio frequency response of 50 Hz – 15 kHz (±3 dB). The device shall employ a unique DSP SQTM noise reduction technology. The unit shall have a programmable squelch circuit.  The unit shall incorporate a multi-functional display that indicates battery status, inventory number and channel. The device shall have the option of being lanyard or belt clip worn. The lanyard shall have the option of an integrated DSP driven neck loop that automatically senses and sends optimized audio signals directly to hearing aids and cochlear implants equipped with telecoils. The neck loop shall have a field strength of 400 mA/m (+/- 3dB) and frequency response of 100Hz to 5kHz (+/- 3 dB ref 1kHz).The device shall have a USB connector used for inventory control, set up, charging and firmware upgrades. The device shall incorporate automatic battery charging circuitry and use a non-proprietary Lithium-ion battery. The device shall have additional charging contacts to allow multiply charging options. The ALS system shall have 70 dB SNR or greater, end-to-end. Listen Technologies Corporation products are specified.

Furnish and install the following:

Listen Technologies LT-800-216-01 Stationary RF Transmitter (216 MHz) (Qty: 1 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-122 Universal Antenna Kit  (72 MHz and 216 MHz) (Qty: 1 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-326 Universal Rack Mounting Kit (Qty: 1 ea.)

Listen Technologies LR-5200-216 Intelligent DSP RF Receiver (216 MHz) (Qty: 4 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-401 Universal Ear Speaker (Qty: 4 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-430 Intelligent Earphone/Neck Loop Lanyard (Qty: 2 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-LA-381-01 Intelligent 12-Unit Charging Tray (Qty: 1 ea.)

Listen Technologies LPT-A107-B Dual RCA to Dual RCA Cable 6.6 ft. (2 m) (Qty: 1 ea.)

Listen Technologies LA-304 Assistive Listening Notification Signage Kit (Qty: 1 ea.)

Product Specifications
Specification LS-58-216

Physical

Shipping Weight 24.0 lbs. (10.87 kg)
Accessories
FAQ
Q What is the purpose of Squelch?
A 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 can be programmed to the desired setting.
Q How many LR-5200 receivers can I use in a system?
A As many as you need, the number is endless.
Q How long does it take to fully charge the LR-5200?
A It varies dependent on the depletion of the battery. A fully depleted battery will charge in 2.5 hours or less.
Q What type of battery technology does the LR-5200 use?
A The LR-5200 uses a non-proprietary Lithium Ion battery.
Q What is the function of SQ?
A 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.
Q How long will the LR-5200 run on a fully charged battery?
A The LR-5200 will run continuously for 8 hours on a fully charged battery.
Q What is the warranty on the Lithium-ion battery?
A The Lithium-ion battery has a 1 year warranty. All other accessories have a 90-day warranty. Listen Warranty
Q What is the difference between the LR-5200 and the LR-4200?
A The main difference is that the LR-5200 is programmable with a multi-function Listen button. It gives the user an opportunity to program only the desired channels and lockout the unused channels. This makes it simple to operate for end users that need to select between multiple active channels. The Listen Button can also be used to search for an active channel and lock the receiver on a specific channel.
Q What are the ADA changes related to assistive listening systems?
A 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: http://www.ada.gov/2010ADAstandards_index.htm
Q Can the LR-5200 be used with multiple transmitters?
A Yes, and it can be programmed to lock out unused channels.
Q What is the transmission range of the LS-58-216 system?
A Up to 3,000 ft. (914.4 m).
Q Is there a limit to the number of transmitters I can use in one room?
A Yes. The 72 MHz LT-800-072 has a maximum of (8) eight. - The 216 MHz Lt-800-216 has a maximum of (5) five.
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My overall impression is very positive. The sound is clear and connects well with my telecoils. It is lightweight and comfortable on my neck. I like that I can open the loop to put it on and off my neck so I don't attract attention and I don't mess up my hair (vanity is so important! LOL).

Kathy Evans
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