Learning spaces like schools, colleges, universities, and activity and play centres often choose to have a hearing aid sound system installed whether they already have hearing impaired students or not. The hearing induction loop cable can easily be installed around assembly halls, classrooms, and gymnasiums for the best reception.
Churches and other places of worship number amongst our most popular customers. These spaces are often large with high ceilings and lots of seating far from the speaker. We install the system so hearing impaired visitors can be at the back of the room and still get crystal clear sound through their hearing aid.
To make sure all customers feel welcome and to make communication as easy as possible, more and more shops and sales locations are choosing to install hearing aid systems. We’ve fitted several shops – both small local sites and larger outlets – with induction loop systems and full signage. Our team can inbuild a full sound system where required, and help customer interactions go that bit smoother.
In spaces where theatre or music performance is common, hearing induction loops can be vital. We’ve installed countless systems for theatres and venues over the years, guaranteeing audience members and performers alike a hearing experience free of background noise, interference, reverberations, or muffled sound.
Obviously, it’s important for patients to get the right information at a medical centre. In many cases, a hearing aid induction loop system is the easiest, most cost effective and time efficient set up to ensure patients (and staff) who are hearing impaired can interact with medical professionals as easily as possible. We can set up a hearing aid induction loop for TV screens displaying informational videos and integrate the microphone and amplifier so key announcements like appointment times can be transmitted straight to a user’s hearing aid.