Skip to comments.Listen Technologies Introduces New ADA Assistive Listening Systems
Posted on 06/21/2011 11:38:15 AM PDT by Red Badger
Listen Technologies introduces four new assistive listening systems to meet the needs of the new ADA Standards.
BLUFFDALE, Utah, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Listen Technologies Corporation today 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.
Compliant with today's Department of Justice Title III of the ADA for assistive listening systems, each of the Listen ADA systems provide all the necessary components to meet the new standards for the minimum number of receivers/ALDs required based on the capacity seating of assembly areas. And, they also meet the standards for the number of receivers/ALDs that are required to be hearing aid compatible.
"We are pleased to introduce these simple systems to make it easy for our customers to equip their facilities with an assistive listening solution that meets their particular needs," said Cory Schaeffer, VP of Sales Worldwide for Listen Technologies. "These systems offer a solution for all budgets, and are backed by our limited lifetime warranty. What gets us excited is that while these systems will help organizations be compliant, they offer them a solution to enrich the personal listening experience of their customers."
Listen ADA Systems Overview
Listen offers three FM ADA systems and one Infrared ADA system. All systems meet the minimum requirements of the 2010 ADA standards for accessible design. All systems can be installed for use in assembly areas where audible communication is integral to the use of the space. Ideal for classrooms, public meeting rooms, public hearing rooms, legislative chambers, motion picture houses, auditoria, theaters, playhouses, dinner theaters, concert halls, centers for the performing arts, amphitheaters, arenas, stadiums, grandstands, or convention centers, and more. The Infrared system delivers a secure, interference-free audio signal.
Systems are available for a free 30-day no obligation demonstration. All four systems are available for shipment immediately. Systems are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
LS-ADA-O72 ADA Basic FM Assistive Listening System - $743.92 MSRP For full details on the LS-ADA visit http://www.listentech.com/ls-ada.html
LS-17-072 ADA Value Stationary FM System - $1,023.96 MSRP For full details on the LS-17 visit http://www.listentech.com/ls-17-072.html
LS-16 ADA Stationary FM System - $1,603.96 MSRP For full details on the LS-16 visit http://www.listentech.com/ls-16.html
LS-86 ADA Standard Stationary IR System - $3,243.96 MSRP For full details on the LS-86 visit http://www.listentech.com/ls-86.html
For more information on the new Listen Technologies ADA systems visit www.listentech.com.
Listen ADA Resources
Listen Technologies offers a variety of resources to support your ADA needs. Resources include guidelines for tax credits, help with ADA compliance, A&E specifications for assistive listening systems, Listen ADA solutions brochure, and much more.
For more information on ADA resources visit http://www.listentech.com/support-research#ada-tax
About Listen Technologies Corporation
Listen Technologies Corporation manufactures and distributes wireless audio products world-wide for use in auditory assistance, soundfield, tour group, language interpretation and conferencing applications. Listen products provide superb audio performance, flexibility and ease of use, making them the ideal choice for schools, houses of worship, factories, entertainment facilities, government agencies and other entities. Listen is the exclusive distributor for Danish Interpretation Systems conferencing solutions in North America. For more information on Listen solutions, contact Listen Technologies at +1.801.233.8992, or visit www.listentech.com.
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A hearing loop would be better. In fact, there is a campaign going on right now to loop every public venue in the U.S. All the hearing aid user needs to do is flip on his t-coil and the sound/voices are sent directly to their ears. No distortion or reverberation. The U.S. is way behind other countries in using this technology. MSU’s Breslin Center is the largest looped facility in the U.S. Go Spartans!!! Once the news breaks about the link between un-treated hearing loss and dementia, people will be clamoring for hearing aids. Yes, the emerging research is showing that it actually causes dementia/Alzheimers if not treated!
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Whatever devices the government mandates will be found to cost somewhere between $500,000 and $30,000,000 per disabled person who actually uses them.
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