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  • Communicate directly with hearing aid users
  • Enhance visitor experience
  • Provide consistent signal coverage in large and complex areas

Most hearing aid users would say that when they use their aids in one-to-one conversations the devices work very well. Difficulties arise when a level of ambient noise is too great, or distance between speaker and listener is increased, as is often the case in a church or cathedral.

These problems are exacerbated if an assistive listening system in use, has been poorly specified or installed. Problems are particularly notable when:

  • there are large and complex room structures
  • multipurpose rooms are in use, for example in partitioned assembly halls
  • overspill can cause interference or broadcast of signal outside of room or building
  • metal is present in building structure or room contents

Ampetronic™ hearing loops:

  • offer direct communication to users via their existing hearing aid without a need for additional receivers
  • makes hearing aid users listening experience much more enjoyable
  • allow freedom of movement, by ensuring a consistent signal throughout looped area
  • reduces overspill, so reducing interference, or possibility of broadcasting of sensitive information outside of room or building
  • minimises effects of signal loss to metal in building structure
  • can be integrated into new builds, or retro-fit into existing structures

For more information on hearing loop design to meet regulatory Standards for hearing loop installations, contact our friendly and knowledgeable team on +44 (0) 1636 610062 or email sales@ampetronic.co.

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