The Hearing Loss Association of America's (HLAA) Walk4Hearing is the largest walk of its kind in the country that raises awareness and helps to eradicate the stigma associated with hearing loss. HLAA's Walk4Hearing is held in multiple cities across the country.
Experience how a person with hearing aids would hear a church reading with and without the use of a hearing loop. The difference is clear.
Cory Schaeffer has been recognized at InfoComm 2012 as an NSCA 2012 Industry Mover & Shaker. She is being recognized for her leadership and mentoring of women in the audio-visual industry. She shares her thoughts on this award.
Listen Technologies expands its Wireless Listening business unit’s worldwide sales, marketing and product life cycle capabilities with the hiring of Steve Woolley. In his new position, Woolley will have overall profit and loss responsibility for Listen’s FM, Infrared and Loop product lines for assistive listening, tour group, and language interpretation applications.
www.listentech.com/ada-solutions This video is a recording of a 20 minute Listen Quick Info Webinar - What You Need To Know About 2010 ADA Assistive Listening Changes and Compliance Deadline. Sean Kala Hew-Len, Wireless Listening Sales Specialist provides information about:
•What has changed
•Impacts to projects
•Comprehending the math
• ADA compliance deadline
www.listentech.com/wireless-conferencing Listen Technologies' Peter Papageorge explains how simple and effective it is to connect and use Listen's new Wireless Conferencing products with video conferencing systems such as Cisco's Telepresence System.
www.listentech.com/wireless-conferencing Eric Bateman at PCM Marketing demonstrates how the Confidea Wireless solution can be used for a simple audio conference.
www.listentech.com/wireless-conferencing Peter Papageorge gives a high level demo and overview of the Listen Wireless Conferencing solution. Papageorge reviews system set-up, ease of use, coverage, operation, and battery life. The Wireless Conferencing solution is ideal anywhere a multi-use sound system is needed in a venue and running cables is not feasible.
Listen Technologies has partnered with Televic Conference to add wireless into their line of Conferencing products to meet the needs of those that want to have meetings in historical buildings, multipurpose rooms and other applications where running cable is difficult or simply not possible.
www.listentech.com Listen Technologies grows its product management capabilities for its flagship RF/IR product lines with the hiring of new product specialist, Wayne Whiteley.
www.listentech.com October 16-22, 2011, has been proclaimed “AV Week” in Utah by Bluffdale City Mayor Derk Timothy. Mayor Timothy reads and signs the proclamation at Listen Technologies facility in Bluffdale.
Listen Technologies expands its ListenPoint® business unit’s worldwide sales, marketing and product life cycle capabilities with the hiring of new product group leader – Tracy Bathurst.
www.listentech.com Cory Schaeffer gives a short overview of Listen Technologies most popular charging and carrying case -- the LA-311.
www.listentech.com Listen Technologies Corporation announced the availability of four new assistive listening systems to meet the requirements of the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessible design. Cory Schaeffer, VP of Sales Worldwide comments on the new systems.
www.listentech.com - Peter Papageorge, Director of Sales, North America for Listen Technologies comments on the 2010 Listen Bulldog awards. Congratulations to the Listen 2010 Rep Bulldog Award Recipients: Nick Schubert, Alan Thiele, Criss Niemann, Larry Bickford, Mike Wuellner, Ben Frederick, Dave Ellison, Jeff Ballow and Ed Wolffe.
www.listentech.com The M1 Wireless Media Interface allows flexibility for iPads, smart phones, and personal electronics for meetings, presentations and webinars. Peter Papageorge provides an overview of the ease of bringing the audio from personal devices, Skype, WebEx etc. into presentations and meetings.
www.listentech.com Tim Schaeffer, VP of Strategic Development for Listen Technologies has been recognized as a NSCA 2011 Industry Movers & Shakers award winner. Tim comments on this recognition.
www.listentech.com Listen Technologies Corporation today announced the hiring of Craig Paller as its FM/IR Product Group Leader. Paller will have overall profit and loss responsibility for Listen’s flagship FM and Infrared product solutions for assistive listening, tour group, and language interpretation applications.
www.listentech.com Listen Technologies Corporation today announced the appointment of Jeff Phillips as Regional Sales Manager. Phillips will be responsible to manage the accounts, sales representatives and dealers to meet or exceed sales targets in the eastern and southern regions.
www.listentech.com Peter Papageorge, Listen Technologies provides an overview of the changes to the ADA Standards as it relates to assistive listening systems. For additional information go to http://www.listentech.com/support-research#ada-tax
Global Equipment Network, Inc. provided an individual listening system to guests of the TLC Royal Wedding viewing party in Times Square. 2,000 guests used Listen Technologies portable receivers to listen to the live broadcast while watching the wedding on every large LED screens in Times Square.
http://www.listentech.com/conferencing.html This 2:30 minute video shows how the DCS 6000 digital conferencing system has met the requirements for the Danish Parliament.
DIS delivered a single platform that unifies microphones, voting and information systems.
The system streamlines the meeting process, maximizes efficiency and has moved the Parliament closer to a paperless solution.
www.listentech.com - This 30 minute webinar was originally presented by Listen Technologies on March 30, 2011. The webinar provides an overview of the range of Listen sound solutions for houses of worship. Viewers will understand how to leverage an assistive listening system for language interpretation, tour group and wireless audio distribution for cry rooms and overflow areas.
www.listentech.com/listenpoint This 4 minute video will show you the basics on how to use your ListenPoint system. The video is intended as a quick reference for the person that will use ListenPoint day to day.
www.listentech.com - The Belk High Octane Theater at the NASCAR Hall of Fame uses a Listen Technologies Digital IR system to create a unique experience for NASCAR fans. Fans can listen to the audio of the communication between the pit crew and the drivers during a race.
www.listentech.com/listenpoint - This slideshow video shows the ListenPoint installation in the multi-purpose room at Onyx Graphics, Inc. This video accompanies the ListenTech Blog post
www.listentech.com/listenpoint This slideshow video shows the ListenPoint installation in the multi-purpose room at Onyx Graphics, Inc. This video accompanies the ListenTech Blog post
www.listentech.com - This video shows how Listen Technologies uses ListenPoint to solve three problems in the Listen Flex Room. #1 We needed a permanently installed audio system for presentations, meetings, trainings, etc. #2 We needed to amplify the presenter's voice and it needed to be easy for the presenter to use. #3 We needed to amplify the sound coming from a lap top.
This 35 minute webinar introduces ListenPoint as a new revenue opportunity for pro audio dealers in the corporate and government markets. Russ Gentner discusses the opportunity, what ListenPoint is, the key applications for meeting rooms, training rooms and flex rooms, the topology of ListenPoint, and the selling and marketing resources that are available.
http://www.listentech.com/listenpoint - Big Sound for Small Rooms - Watch this short video to see what a difference Ty Listenington can make for your small room meetings. With ListenPoint and a Listen Extreme Makeover Office Edition you won't have to settle for lackluster meetings.
ListenPoint is a simple, affordable way to improve sound intelligibility and bridge multiple audio sources within your small room setting. The ListenPoint line includes a complete system under $1,500 MSRP - Control Unit, Room Module, Speakers and the M1 Microphone/Media Interface. These systems are now an affordable solution to allowing small rooms to have big sound.
ListenPoint is Listen Technologies' evolution of the traditional Soundfield systems. ListenPoint offers greater audio versatility, improves the classroom environment, and is differentiated from the competition by its sleek and easy-to-use wireless M1 Microphone/Media Interface, which also doubles as a remote control. And because ListenPoint has fewer cables and wires than other similar Soundifeld
Patrick Herlihy provides an overview of how your assistive listening system can easily be expanded to be used for tour group and language interpretation applications.
Patrick Herlihy gives a demo on simultaneous language interpretation and how Listen's Portable FM product line can be used for this application.
Mark Merrick provides a quick overview on ListenPoint. ListenPoint is a new product line by Listen Technologies that is an affordable way to bring big sound to small rooms by bridging multiple audio sources. It's easy to install and easy to use.
Mark Merrick, Listen Technologies visits with Jake Bennett, Audio Manager at the Buell Theatre about how he has implemented a simple way to manage the assistive listening and audio description devices for their patrons.
Russell Gentner, Listen Technologies Corporation talks about his AV experience and life in the industry.
Russell Gentner, Listen Technologies explains customization of ListenPoint using the front panel.
Jeremy Timothy and Alastair Nee, Listen Technologies provide instruction on programming a Listen Technologies Stationary IR receiver.
Both the LR-42 and LR-44 models are discussed.
Scott McGinnis, AV Manager for Coors Field gives a tour of the AV control room. Scott also discusses how the Listen assistive listening system is used by fans.
Campbell County High School, home of the Campbell County Camels installed a new track and field this year and needed to get audio to the far side of their stadium. The problem was that they did not trench for this consideration and no one wanted to dig up their brand new track. This video describes how the addressed the situation with Listen Technologies wireless audio distribution.