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Loops for Businesses

We can work with you to improve communication for Hearing Impaired people throughout various non-domestic environments

There are systems to meet the continually varying needs of customers to be compliant with current legislation in order to provide quality audio services for providers, clients and users.

Applications include reception areas, conference and meeting rooms; courtrooms; lecture theatres; churches; multi-lingual simultaneous translation; tour guides; auditoriums; multimedia rooms and theatres.

We can specify and design a system to fit exactly with your requirements and type of building, and through our Loop System Design package we can deliver a full supply, install, and aftercare package. We can work with you to improve communication for Hearing Impaired people throughout various community settings.

The main advantage for all systems is that the sound is delivered to the listeners in a pure, undistorted form that is not influenced by the distance of the listeners to the sound source or by any annoying background noise in the room.

In order to ensure that any listening system is effective, it is important to compare the requirements of the venue and its architectural features such that the properties of the chosen transmission system is not in conflict with its surroundings. Site visits and assessments are frequently an important part of any pre-installation for a new or upgrading venue.

The key to all of these transmission systems though is their input from an audio source - microphone, one or many, or a public address system. If the quality of the input is not at its best then the output will not be satisfactory.

An induction loop system consists of a loop of wire around the required listening area, an amplifier and microphone or other input. The loop, an insulated wire, runs around the outside of the listening area. The amplifier transmits the required audio signals as an alternating current into the loop. A magnetic field of audio sound is then created inside the loop allowing listeners with the loop facility on their hearing aids to move freely in the room and receive the audio signals directly into their hearing aids without unwanted sounds.

Please contact us if you have a project in mind and would like further information or help with system design, installation, commissioning and training.

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