An induction loop can bring sound to a hearing impaired person without the need for an extra receiver. The induction loop uses the built-in receiver in the hearing aid (T-coil) to transmit sound from any given audio source to the hearing aid. The hearing aid user can experiences clear sound by simply switching their hearing aid to the T-position.
The induction loop is the best option for the hearing aid user. It's also the best solution for the owner of the venue. A loop system is always active and can facilitate for everybody as it's not limited to the number of receivers you have. With a minimum of maintenance it's also the most cost effective solution. In environments where people are just passing through, a loop system is the only practical solution.
Focus AV can assist with the design, installation and commissioning of fully operational induction loop systems in a range of environments. In larger venues like stadiums and sport arenas, conference facilities and auditoriums, cinemas and theatres as well as in churches and other places of worship, the induction loop system is the optimal solution. Even smaller venues like meeting rooms and school classrooms a loop system can benefit the needs of the hearing impaired.
There are a number of options available for installing induction loops including under-floor, in-ceiling and wireless. Focus AV is happy to provide free consultations and feasibility testing to analyse and discuss the best installation option for your venue.