Uihlein Hall assisted listening is transmitted via infrared. We have 2 receiving options available for our patrons: a stethophone infrared receiver, or the neck induction loop receiver for patrons with hearing aids equipped with a “T” coil.
The neck induction loop, used in conjunction with the body pack infrared receiver allows the user to receive wireless, clarified sound using our infrared listening system inside the theater. The technology is designed to work in conjunction with a person’s hearing aids. Note: The hearing aid must be equipped with a “T” switch or have a telecoil setting to use the neck induction loop.
The listening devices are distributed from the Public Information Office located on the north side of the Orchestra Level with a picture I.D.
Todd Wehr Theater
Stethophone infrared receivers are available that have a port that can accept a loop device plugged into it for patrons with hearing aids equipped with a “T” coil. We request a picture I.D.
Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall
The Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall listening system is transmitted via an FM radio signal. FM receivers with lightweight headphones are available with a picture I.D.