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Listen Technologies launches ListenWIFI

Listen Technologies launches ListenWIFI

Listen Technologies launches ListenWIFI

With the ListenWIFI product suite, Listen Technologies has developed the next generation of its Listen Everywhere, audio-over-Wi-Fi solution. ListenWIFI will replace the Listen Everywhere system and follows the naming convention of other Listen Technologies solutions, like ListenIR and ListenRF.

Like earlier versions of Listen Technologies' audio-over-Wi-Fi solutions, ListenWIFI lets venues stream audio over their wireless network to guests' smartphones. Guests access the audio via a free app and listen with headphones or earbuds. An optional personal induction loop, also known as a neck loop, is available for guests with telecoil-equipped hearing aids or cochlear implants. When guests wear the neck loop and it is plugged into their smart device, audio transmits directly to their hearing aids or cochlear implant.

Applications for ListenWIFI include assistive listening, language interpretation, streaming audio from video or TV screens and audio description. While previous versions of Listen Technologies’ audio-over-Wi-Fi solution had similar applications, the ListenWIFI platform features the latest hardware, including LWR-1050 dedicated receivers, LA-490 ListenWIFI Beacons, two-, four-, eight- and 16-channel servers and enhanced software for system configuration and management.

ListenWIFI LWR-1050 receivers are available for venues to meet legislative assistive listening compliance requirements and to simplify audio access for guests. Making ListenWIFI a global assistive listening system, the receivers enable ListenWIFI to meet international compliance requirements when used with signage and neck loops. The LWR-1050 receivers can access streamed audio via the ListenWIFI app on their smartphones. Alternatively, the audio can be accessed using the LWR-1050, which does not require Wi-Fi connection or an app download.

The ListenWIFI LA-490 Beacons provide location-based audio. The lightweight units that can be mounted on a wall and information can be transmitted via Bluetooth to the LWR-1050 receivers or smartphones. Venues can configure the new LA-490 ListenWIFI Beacons to trigger the LWR-1050 receivers and users’ smartphones to stream audio automatically when a person is within a specific range of the unit. ListenWIFI software allows venue managers to determine the coverage area and which channels a user can access.

The new ListenWIFI servers are available in two-, four-, eight- and 16-channel configurations. ListenWIFI Manager software for Windows manages the ListenWIFI system and enables venues to program the entire ListenWIFI platform, including the LWR-1050 receivers, LA-490 Beacons, mobile apps and servers. Audio channels can be password protected and QR codes can be generated to access audio on smartphones.

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