Product Review of Mobile Connect by Sennheiser at InfoComm
This free app provides live audio streaming to mobile devices for the very first time.
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This app, available for iPhone and Android users, is for the hearing and visually-impaired. It makes them feel even more connected to the service you are providing to your congregants.
Jeff Touzaeu, President of Hummingbird Media, says this is going to be big in the HOW market because congregants will be able to hear the music and hear the sermon clearly.
The app uses a WiFi connection that becomes available once you download the Sennheiser Mobile Connect app. The connection is used in order to stream lip-synch audio content to your smartphone. It then instantly converts the content into a mobile receiver.
I was able to experience just how connected you can feel while at InfoComm when I attended Cirque du Soleil. After downloading the app and connecting to the WiFi server, I put in my headphones and listened to the 90-minute show through the app. The sound was clear and there were no skips in the audio.
It’s easy to see – and hear – why the hearing-impaired audience members feel so connected to an event. This app specifically caters to their needs and makes them feel even more welcome in their worship community than they already are.
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