Looking for an induction loop system in Edinburgh?
These systems transmit an audio signal for example, from a lectern or wireless radio microphone directly into a hearing aid via a magnetic field. In order to do this a wire coil is placed around the room or area that a person with hearing issues may be sat. This significantly reduces any background noise or any other nose that may make it a struggle to hear the main speaker in a room allowing for the person to hear with maximum clarity and minimum fuss.
Our sales and installation team are ready to help find the best solution for your venue. Whether you want to buy and fit an induction loop package for your church in Edinburgh. Or, full supply, fit and maintain contracts. We can help as much as you require.
Call us today to discuss your project in more detail on 0131 556 1300.
Induction Loop Hire
Now that the Disability Discrimination Act is now in force, Event organizers have duties to comply with.
To ensure at points of interaction between staff and the public that the best possible experience is available. Because of this, it’s widely suggested to use induction loop systems.
Portable induction loop systems are available that cover approximately a 3-4m area. Perfect for checkouts, ticket booths, refreshment counters, etc.
Fixed induction loop systems can cover a larger area. A perfect solution for presentations or speeches.
For more information see : Induction loop hire
If you currently use an induction loop in Edinburgh but are receiving complains about the functionality of it, don’t worry. Fortunately, we have an in-house service department as well as on-site engineers available. So, if you don’t know what part’s broken and you can’t bring it into us. Simply give us a call. We can arrange an engineer to call out to your premises. On a call out we’ll inspect your system, reporting back any work required in order to get it working again.
Common induction loop issues:
- Low output.
- Intermittently cutting out.
- Not powering up.
- loose/broken sockets.
- Distorted output.
For Council run ventures, as registered suppliers and contractors we can supply induction loop systems in Edinburgh. Making it easier for you to raise purchase orders and make payment through the usual procedures.
What is an Induction loop system?
An induction loop system is a system that creates a ring. People with compatible hearing devices can then receive clear audio, from inside the ring. This would normally be from a pre-selected source, For example, a microphone.
A hearing system can be broken down into 5 main parts.
- A sound source – This would usually be a feed from an existing PA system, for example, a mixer being fed a radio microphone or lectern mic output. Use any audio source.
- The induction loop Amplifier – An Amp converts the audio signal into a current then sends it through the coil.
- The induction loop – A physical loop created using a copper wire around the desired coverage area. Therefore, creating a magnetic field to carry the current provided from the amplifier.
- T-coil – The part inside a listeners hearing aid. It picks up the magnetic field created by the loop.
- The hearing aid – The hearing aid takes the received signal and then adapts it to the individuals hearing requirements directly into their ear.