Eagle Security Systems 0115 944 1234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk

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Eagle Security Systems Limited Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316 Vat Registration Number - 380 2299 51
HEARING LOOPS
Hearing loops have a number of different names. They can be called Audio induction loop systems, or audio- frequency induction loops (AFILs). They are a system installed into buildings to help individuals with reduced ranges of hearing. A hearing loop consists of a loop of cable concealed around a room or a building. The cable generates an electromagnetic field throughout the space which can be picked up by a telecoil-equipped hearing aid. We have the training and skills to design and install hearing loop systems in concert halls, public buildings, auditoriums, places of worship, courtrooms, meeting rooms, offices, churches, lecture theatres, GP surgeries, banks, post offices, and ticket booths. They can be integrated into public address systems so no-one need miss an announcement. A hearing loop for your home Television works by amplifying the TV sound and transmitting it to your existing telecoil equipped hearing aid. If someone is not wearing a hearing aid it will not affect there viewing as the TV can be set at a normal volume. The hearing loop amplifies it for those with a hearing aid and those not affected by hearing loss can set the TV volume as normal. A hearing loop will help you comply with the Equality Act 2010 which took over from the the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. A portable hearing loop can be placed on the table during a conversation, meeting or interview.
Eagle Security Systems 0115 944 1234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk

© Eagle Security Systems Ltd.

Eagle Security Systems Limited

Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316 Vat Registration Number - 380 2299 51
HEARING LOOPS
Hearing loops have a number of different names. They can be called Audio induction loop systems, or audio- frequency induction loops (AFILs). They are a system installed into buildings to help individuals with reduced ranges of hearing. A hearing loop consists of a loop of cable concealed around a room or a building. The cable generates an electromagnetic field throughout the space which can be picked up by a telecoil-equipped hearing aid. We have the training and skills to design and install hearing loop systems in concert halls, public buildings, auditoriums, places of worship, courtrooms, meeting rooms, offices, churches, lecture theatres, GP surgeries, banks, post offices, and ticket booths. They can be integrated into public address systems so no-one need miss an announcement. A hearing loop for your home Television works by amplifying the TV sound and transmitting it to your existing telecoil equipped hearing aid. If someone is not wearing a hearing aid it will not affect there viewing as the TV can be set at a normal volume. The hearing loop amplifies it for those with a hearing aid and those not affected by hearing loss can set the TV volume as normal. A hearing loop will help you comply with the Equality Act 2010 which took over from the the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. A portable hearing loop can be placed on the table during a conversation, meeting or interview.