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InfoComm 2022: Listen Technologies Unveils LWR 1020 WiFi Receiver at InfoComm

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In Las Vegas, AVNation’s Bradford Benn is back in the InfoComm 2022 studio with Sam Nord, a representative for Listen Technologies. As Sam explains it, Listen Technologies helps people hear better. They make products that help with speech clarity in a variety of environments.

This ranges from radio frequency products to infrared products, and of course—at InfoComm—WiFi assistive listening technology. While there are specific standards for organizations to meet in terms of sound, Listen Tech is focused on a larger goal of inclusivity.

One product they’re displaying at the show is their Tour Guide Technology. For tour guides, field trip leaders, secondary language speakers, and translators, this can make a massive impact. This is needed across countless sectors—from hospitality and entertainment to manufacturing. 

Here at the show, they’re excited to introduce attendees to their Listen Anywhere technology, now compatible with the new LWR 1020 WiFi receiver, which allows people to say within the WiFi system. Now, consumers can hit every point of ADA compliance.

For more information on Listen Technologies’ business or products, visit their website here. You can also find them on social media, @ListenTech.

More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.


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