What is a loop amplifier ?
Most the hearing impaired people would say that hearing aids work properly in face-to-face situations. Problems show-up when the same people are surrounded by noises, like in reception desk, or when the distance between a speaker and a listener is too far like in a theater or a conference hall.
Therefore, loop amplifier are a good solution to solve these problems. An induction loop is a simple assistive listening system which enables good hearing conditions for hearing impaired people in equipped facilities.
A hearing loop is an assistive listening system for hearing-impaired people that can broadcast an audio signal through the creation of a magnetic field.
The sound from the microphone, a sound equipment, a television set or other, is transmitted wirelessly to the hearing aid of the person who will be able to hear it without being disturbed by any surrounding noise.
This system is mainly used in places open to public (conference rooms, cinemas, courts, churches, counters, etc.) but can also be installed at home.
Most of the world countries have to meet the obligations stipulated in the framework of the Disability Act. Therefore, institutions must put in place available systems allowing accessibility to people with hearing loss for receiving good informations.
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Thanks to a magnetic field system that goes from the induction loop installed into the room to the hearing aids in T position, surrounding noises disappear and the sounds broadcasted by the voice of a speaker or the music of a show are directly transmitted through the ears of the hearing impaired.
To take advantage of the Opus Technologies induction loop system, a person with hearing loss just need to switch its hearing aids on the T Position.
Why Opus Technologies induction loops ?
The large range of induction loop amplifier from Opus Technologies is an alliance between new technologies and efficiency. Strong of our know how in electronic development. Our class D amplifiers are among the most compact on the market while preserving an optimal utilization capacity.
This two-in-one conception allow us to guarantee an efficient product, which will perfectly meet the listening needs of hard of hearing people in each building open to the public.
Strong of its expertise on the hearing accessibility market, Opus Technologies products are designed to deliver the best hearing condition in every public buildings. Our homemade range of products provides a long and solid working life, even in extreme use of conditions.
These elements allow us to fit the IEC 60118-4 standard and to set a 5 year warranty.
Opus Technologies loop amplifiers are designed to support a variety of needs in terms of hearing accessibility. Indeed, our large range of products can be installed into a museums, theaters, stadiums, supermarkets, banks…
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Moreover, Opus Technologies amplifiers can be adjusted for specific needs such as complex rooms. The main difficulty are the high presence of metal which would absorb the magnetic field, or, the presence of adjoining rooms.
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To deal with this problem, Opus Technologies loop amplifiers is designed to be fitted into every structures so that the installation efficiency remain optimal.
At Opus Technologies, our product quality remain one of our biggest concern. Over years, we strive to propose an high quality offer which will benefit you a long and solid utilization even in extreme conditions.
As a guarantee of quality, the whole of our induction loop range has a 5 years warranty.
In addition, Opus Technologies has developed a loop design software which allows to approach every projects with serenity so that the installation is in adequacy with the IEC 60118-4 standard.
Thanks to our know how and to our desire to offer you a product which meets your needs, our whole range of products allows to answer to the IEC 60118-4 international standard which put forward the criteria to respect for induction loop installations.
The respect of this norm contributes to a reliable and uniform listening quality for hard of hearing people.