Anyone with a hearing impairment can now enjoy good hearing in many public places where induction loop systems have been installed, ensuring they can now hear in places where there was no chance of them even entering before as it would have been such a struggle.
The Disability Act has increased public awareness to the needs of those with impaired hearing. It is now very common for new buildings to have induction loop systems cabling incorporated into the design and installed at the first fix stage.
Hearing loop systems are now being installed in cathedrals, churches, theatres, auditoriums, banks and many other venues where a person with impaired hearing may struggle. This means they will now have a clear way of hearing the service, performance or when a person is speaking to them and it will all be supplied to them from their own personal hearing aid.
What are Induction Loop Systems?
Induction loop systems are essentially the creation of a magnetic field. It is therefore crucial that the type and gauge of cable is correctly calculated and allied to the correct purpose designed induction loop amplifier. In addition the nature of building construction can have a dramatic effect on system performance.
Hearing Loop Systems
Old Barn Audio have been designing and installing induction loop systems for more than 20 years and have many hundreds of satisfied customers.
Contact Old Barn Audio for help on Induction Loop Systems
Call us on 01892 752246 for advice and we will help you with all aspects of system design and installation of your induction loop system.