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Hearing Loop Design - Dont waste money on a solution that wont meet legislative requirements or your customers expectations.

Installing a hearing loop is not always as simple as putting some copper wire under the floor and connecting an amplifier. A hearing loop must cover at least 90% of the floor space, it must also meet the standards for Magnetic field strength.


Misconceptions about hearing loops:

"Its old technology"
Not so, the use of hearing loops remains to be the only universal means of providing access to people with hearing aids or cochlear implants. Regardless of the brand of hearing aid, if you have a telecoil you can access a hearing loop.

Many of todays hearing aid manufacturers have there own proprietary wireless communciation systems.  These are great, and offer people better accesss to hearing their own TV, or the voice of their partner when driving in the car but they have their limitations.

A hearing loop is connected to the venues sound system and gives you the best possible signal - critical if you want to be able to understand what is being said!

"Its just some wire in the concrete"
A hearing loop installed in conduit under a concrete slab is probably not going to perform adequately. Reinforcement mesh and the blue metal in concrete is very good at absorbing magnetic fields, in particular high frequency sounds that are critical to speech intelligibility.

A properly designed and installed hearing loop will take environmental factors into consderation. If you have a timber floor on bearers and joists a perimeter loop could be adequate, when you have a concrete floor the size of the room will determine if a more complex loop design is required.

This is necessary to ensure adequate magnetic field strength across the room/space. We will normally use a flat copper tape on top of the concrete (under the carpet).

Word of Mouth Technology has been providing these solutions to Australian customers for 21 years. Its all we do, so if you need assistance with design, supply or even hiring a hearing augmentation solution contact us today on 03 9723 0660 or email estimating@wom.com.au

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  1. Cross the Counter Portable Loop - Soundshuttle replacement

    Cross The Counter Hearing Loop

    No installation, no set up, always ready to be used!

    Providing versatile desktop induction loop assistance for hearing aid wearers, the portable induction loop is powered by a rechargeable battery and is always ready for immediate use if charged. No installation works are required.

    This product is a replacement for the discontinued SoundShuttle Counter Loop


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    $595.00
  2. Univox Loop Listener and Tester

    Univox Loop Listener

    Univox Loop Listener is a easy-to-use low cost instrument that should be at hand with every loop installation. With Loop Listener you get two functions in one instrument, it can be used a basic test instrument or as a loop receiver.

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    $229.00
  3. Cross the Counter Hearing Loop

    Installed Counter Hearing Loop

    An installed hearing loop at your reception counter or ticket booth. Any customer service point where face to face communication happens will benefit from our installed counter loop. Includes microphone, induction loop amplifier, loop cabling (pad) and signage (note Braille tactile signage is not included) Learn More

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