Listen Technologies Launches ListenTalk Two-Way Communications System
Listen Technologies has announced it will begin shipping its ListenTalk two-way communication system this June.Leave a Comment
Bluffdale, Utah-based Listen Technologies, a manufacturer of assisted listening and other audio solutions, will begin shipping its ListenTalk two-way communication system this June.
Designing the product through its almost two decades of engineering experience, Listen Technologies says ListenTalk is a mobile, two-way communication system that enables groups of two or more people talk without strain or yelling.
“ISE attendees who experienced the technology firsthand were eager to order ListenTalk devices right away, which is a testament not only to the quality of sound the devices deliver, but to a need that exists across industries for a flexible, reliable, mobile two-way communication,” notes Russ Gentner, CEO, Listen Technologies. “ListenTalk users could hear and speak clearly with one another up to 100 meters away despite being in an extremely noisy, crowded environment. That ability to connect and collaborate with the simple touch of a button resonates in a very powerful way among users.”
Designed for use in noisy or quiet environments where multiple people want to talk without yelling or whispering, ListenTalk systems are designed to install easily into training rooms and collaboration rooms.
Listen Technologies also says ListenTalk two-way communication systems complement guided tour situations and language interpretation situations such as worship and international business events.
Two-Way Communication ListenTalk Installs Quickly
Listen Technologies explains that ListenTalk groups are easy to setup through the use of the included, free software suite, docking station tray or near field communications (NFC).
The Rocky Mountain region company emphasizes that unlike other communication systems that require users to manually configure devices and select channels, ListenTalk configures via a simple button push.
As many as 10 simultaneous groups can utilize ListenTalk systems in the same space, and users can also switch group by touching the ListenTalk device to another leader device to pair.
Operating on the 1.9GHz band instead of the more crowded 2.4GHz spectrum, Listen Technologies says ListenTalk provides more reliable performance, and it also includes multi-step encryption security options.
“ListenTalk eliminates complicated channel selection and frequency allocation by using smart technology,” adds Tracy Bathurst, chief technology officer, Listen Technologies. “The result is a secure, reliable wireless communications system with a wide range that facilitates collaboration among users in mobile group settings such as tours or training environments.”
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