Ampetronic Hearing Loops
Suna Communication offer supply, configuration and support with Ampetronic Hearing Loops.
- Audio Frequency Induction Loops (AFIL), also known as Hearing Loops or T-Loops are assistive listening systems that provide access to facilities for those with a hearing impairment.
- While a person with healthy hearing requires audio levels of 6dB in order to be able to hear fully, a person suffering from 80% hearing loss requires a signal to noise ratio of up to 20dB.
- Simply boosting the volume of sound into the ears however creates a noisy background, and in troublesome locations such as stadiums, ticket counters, crowds, information points, achieving the necessary signal to noise ratio can prove difficult.
- Hearing Loops provide more service than just increasing the volume of the surroundings, transmitting directly from the sound source into the user’s device to amplify the sound without background noise, interreference or distortion.
- Due to their increased range of functionality, ease of use and benefits for those suffering from hearing loss, many hearing loss groups have mandated their installation in locations such as concert halls, stadiums, houses of worship, taxis, schools and more.
Why Suna Communication:
Over the past 25 years, hearing loops have become the preferred assistive listening solution throughout Europe, and are becoming increasingly popular in America also.
As a Ampetronic Hearing Loops supplier, Suna can supply, install, maintain and check hearing hearing loops for transport systems, vehicles, venues, point-of-service, work, home, education, work, home, education and safety.
The patented technology behind the hearing loops delivers sound clarity unrivalled by other systems, allowing you to deliver intelligible sound for the hearing impaired – creating an experience that people will remember.
Our engineers are highly skilled and professional installers, each holding CSCS (Construction Skill Certification Scheme) cards and DBS (Formally CRB – Criminal Records Bureau) certificates to enable them to work on building sites and vulnerable environments including schools, hospitals and care homes.