All Classic Cinemas locations offer devices to assist our visually or hearing-impaired guests.
Every auditorium is equipped with a USL, Inc. "Accessibility Solution".
This system gives us the ability to offer a personal "Closed Caption" display to accommodate our guests, even if they have complete hearing loss. We also provide a headset that allows individual audio level adjustment for those with partial hearing, or "Descriptive Audio" for the visually challenged.
CC= Closed Captioning
DA/HI= Descriptive Audio/Hearing Impaired
*Bluetooth Neckloop *T-Coil Neckloop
Our hearing impaired headphones have dual volume controls, one for each ear that are easily adjusted with 1 finger. The headphones are also compatible with telecoil equipped hearing aids. The headphone earpiece is typically placed over the hearing aid, just as a telephone earpiece would be. Just as a telephone earpiece, the headphones provide the audio as a varying magnetic field. The headphones provide a steady magnetic field to trigger hearing aids with automatic telecoils. The headphones also have a 3.5 mm jack that can be connected to the Direct Audio Input of a hearing aid or implant.
*Our headphones are neckloop compatible. If you do not have one you should consult your Audiologist to find out more. (The neckloops and the 3.5 mm auxiliary cable are not provided by the theatre.)
|4K film presentation|
Shown with 7.1 Sound
This theatre features assistive listening and captioning system availability.
Descriptive narration devices are available on premises for the visually-impaired.
Object-oriented encoding to create a truly three-dimensional immersive sound field.
| High Frame Rate
HFR 3D: An innovative format presents the picture in 48 frames per second.
Listening devices available on premises for the hearing impaired.
Classic Cinemas is committed to making its website usable by all people by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA). Classic Cinemas has conducted an accessibility review of its website and has remediated any issues identified.
Our efforts are ongoing as we incorporate improvements to meet WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines over time. If you have specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of this site or need assistance in using the processes found on this site, please contact us at 630-968-1600 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do encounter an accessibility issue, please be sure to specify the Web page, and we will make all reasonable efforts to make that page accessible.