Stream audio to your phone with ListenWiFi

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Listen Technologies is aiming at the fitness and leisure sectors with ListenWiFi, a low-latency wireless audio distribution system that allows listeners to access up to 24 channels of audio from TVs or other local sources through a free app on an iOS or android device. Users are able to download the app and select the desired audio channel.

Three options are available for installers. The first, named the PLS-900-04, distributes up to four analogue audio sources via WiFi using scalable multicast technology, serving up to 60 recipients over a distance of more than 450 sq-m. Similarly, the PLS-900-12 can transmit up to 12 sources while the PLS-900-24 carries 24 channels. All three systems can be run from the same 1U server, with owners able to upgrade to suit their requirements.

www.listenwifi.com

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