— New system makes multi-language conferencing a breeze —
INFOCOMM, ORLANDO, FL, June 19, 2015 — Listen Technologies Corporation (booth 959), a leading designer, manufacturer, and distributor of assistive listening products for over 16 years, announces another groundbreaking IR system in its line of ListenIR solutions. Following the introduction of iDSP IR and the new LT-84 Transmitter/Radiator combo earlier this year – an IR system that revolutionized the approach for a variety of venues – Listen Technologies debuts the new Infrared Language Distribution system. Engineered to be easy to set up, install, and use, it saves both time and space to get multilingual language environments up and running faster than ever.
All ListenIR solutions are designed for quick and easy installation and maintenance. IR products are ideal for assistive listening, language distribution and language interpretation in boardrooms, courtrooms, or other environments where privacy is important. From small to large venues, Listen Technologies’ systems are built to fit any need in a wide variety of applications. With exceptional coverage, ListenIR is truly the best solution.
The ListenIR Infrared Language Distribution System will be available Q4 2015 with pricing TBA.
For more information on ListenIR offerings and a full line of Listen Technologies products, please email@example.com. Listen Technologies:Listen Technologies brings power and clarity to the sounds that enrich your life—by overcoming the challenges of noise, distance, and hearing loss to deliver precise and personalized audio in any setting or environment. With Listen Technologies, you can always connect to meaningful experiences that are defined by pure, focused sound. Listen Technologies solutions are used in gathering places around the world including schools, houses of worship, factories, entertainment venues, government agencies, and more. For more information on Listen Technologies watch this short video or visit www.listentech.com.
Listen Technologies is exhibiting at booth 959 at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, FL.