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Listen Technologies launches ListenTALK 2.0

Listen Technologies launches ListenTALK 2.0

Listen Technologies launches ListenTALK 2.0

ListenTALK has received a firmware upgrade

The mobile communication system ListenTALK has received a firmware upgrade that aims to overcome the challenges that distance, background noise, hearing loss and face coverings pose to communications.

Listen Technologies reports that the new functionality makes it easier for interpreters and HOW guides using ListenTALK to listen to audio in one language and speak the words in another language without having to carry additional equipment. The upgrade is also said to enhance natural conversations by allowing three people to talk simultaneously.

With the firmware update, interpreters can use one ListenTALK unit to hear a presenter’s message in their headset and speak the translated words to their audience using one unit hands-free. Listeners in the interpreter’s group can hear in their preferred language translated from the original source. Listeners can also use the push-to-talk feature to ask the interpreter questions. Interpreters do not need to carry a separate receiver and transmitter or juggle two headsets or a microphone to hear audio from the presenter and listeners and to relay interpretations to listeners.

Designed to support simultaneous interpretation in setting such as [corporate events, customer tours and] worship services, ListenTALK also enables relay, or two deep interpretation, meaning an interpreter can listen to another interpreter translate the main presenter’s words and then translate the words for his/her own group. The system includes a software suite that lets venues name groups by language; up to 20 simultaneous groups can be created and/or languages can be interpreted in the same space in North America and Japan, and up to 30 simultaneous languages can be interpreted in the same space in Europe. The units can be sanitised between use and operate on a low-interference DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Communications) band. Audio can be transmitted within a 100m radius indoors and a 200m radius outdoors.

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