An induction loop system converts sound from microphones or audio sources such as HI-FIís or Televisions into an electro-magnetic signal which can be picked up by the hearing aid when its 'T-switch' is selected. This not only improves sound quality for the hearing aid wearer, it cuts out noise and other distracting sounds.
Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, aids to communication should be provided in areas used the general public. This includes public vehicles such as Taxiís, Coaches and Buses. We have systems which will enable the driver of these vehicles to communicate effectively with passengers.
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