OUR PART # VALUE-PACK
Listen's LP-3CV-072 Value Package offers economic value for meeting your assistive listening needs backed by Listen's exceptional service and support. The package is easy to use and is ideal for houses of worship, classrooms, theatres, employee trainings, business meetings, and much more. Open up a world of communication so everyone can have the opportunity to clearly hear your message.
NOTE: Price applies to package as shown above. Additional components (receivers, earphones, etc.) can be purchased separately.
|Listen Technologies LR200-072|
3-Channel FM Receiver (72 MHz)
Listen's LR-200-072 Standard 3-Channel FM Receiver offers a simple, cost-effective solution that gives its user a choice between three different preset frequencies that will be transmitted in the necessary area. The ...
|Listen Technologies LA161|
The LA-161 Single Ear Bud is placed in one ear and secures by friction fit. The cable connects to Listen's LR-300, LR-400 or LR-500 receiver for low cost, unobtrusive listening. Easy to replace if lost or broken, replacement foam is also ...
|Listen Technologies LA304|
Assistive Listening Label Kit (Plaque/Window Decal)
This visible display/signage kit informs your guests that assistive listening units are available.
|Listen Technologies LA123|
Antenna, 90-Degree Helical 1/4" Wave
This antenna is designed to mount on the rear BNC antenna connector of 72 MHz versions of our LT800 transmitter, LR100 receiver/amplifier, or LR600 receiver/speaker. Use it to create a custom remote antenna, such as a wall plate mounted ...
|Listen Technologies LA165|
Dual ear, over-the-head style earphones. Sound distributed to both earpieces. Ear cushions are replaceable. Cushions sold separately (LA167). Ear pieces can be coverd with disposable sanitary covers, sold separately (LA168).Features Dual ...
|Listen Technologies LA-166|
Neckloop for "T" coils
The Listen Technologies LA-166 is a deceptively simple looking loop that acts as a remote connection to hearing aids equipped with a "T" coil. Listeners hook the loop into their wireless receivers, slip the loop around their neck, and the ...