Assistive Listening System
Assistive listening systems (ALS) are designed to provide an enhanced listening experience to patrons with hearing disabilities, bridging the gap between performance and patron. From museums to theaters, ALS devices are designed to ensure the experience can be shared by everyone. Using conventional microphones to pick-up the on-stage audio, the signal is broadcast to individual headset receivers, where the patron can adjust the volume to a comfortable level.
Lightweight and wireless, the infrared headsets are simple to use and produce quality sound. There is no charge to use the devices (although there is a repair fee for units returned damaged), and they are available to patrons through the coat-check area in the main lobbies of both the Aronoff Center and Music Hall.
Assistive Listening Technology made possible thanks to the generous support of The Bahmann Foundation.
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