Discussions around meetinghouse sound systems, microphones, assisted listening devices, and translation equipment
The last set of receivers the church got us was from Listen Technologies, not Comtek.
I'm sorry you've having to deal with leaders who aren't responsive. All buildings should be equipped with the system in the chapel and the building should have received a couple of receivers. The problem might be in finding the receivers. Maybe they're in the library, maybe they're in a clerk's office. Maybe they're lost.jrjnewell wrote:Very frustrating and emails to the stake go unanswered.
I'm not sure which stake leaders you're emailing, but maybe you should see if you can find a technical person in your buildings who works with the A/V, or maybe a clerk, or maybe track down your stake technology specialist (STS) or the high councilor who is the physical facilities representative (PFR). I hope you can find someone who cares. There are helps out there, but too often, church leaders don't know or are too busy to deal with it. I've found that there are people who go through the motions of going to church, but can't hear anything, and that's sad. I'm a stake A/V person, and I try to get them help. If you can get one of those people who wants to help, but doesn't know what to do, come back here, and we might be able to help that person.
With our remodel, we got a nice rack of Listen receivers that sit in a rechargeable base station. I think we got 8 receivers, but the base can hold 8. They are on the same frequency as the old Comtek receivers and they both work.russellhltn wrote:The last set of receivers the church got us was from Listen Technologies, not Comtek.