Geemarc LoopHear 160 Induction Loop Amplifier Walloop Pack
Induction loops are essential for accessibility. The Geemarc LoopHear 160 Induction Loop Amplifier Walloop Pack is ideal for use in small and enclosed spaces such as reception areas and drive-thrus. Coming with a microphone, mount kit, power supply and wall loop, this handy pack is suitable for convenient, immediate use.
- 1 x LoopHear 160 Unit
- 1 x Walloop Induction Loop
- 1 x Power Supply Box
- 1 x Desk Microphone
- 1 x Mount Kit
- Induction loop for service points, small rooms and vehicles
- Easy to set up one microphone input (3.5mm jack socket)
- 1 audio input (3.5mm jack socket) for public use
- 1 audio output (3.5mm jack socket, for headsets, headphones, etc...)
- Tone modulation for audio clarity and a quality sound
- Volume input control for comfort and safety when in use
- Control of the loop current allows for use by hearing aid users
- Visual indicator of the magnetic field level shows where the loop can be used
- Visual indicator of the loop current helps users move closer or further to current
- Possibility of connecting up to 40m cable to cover a room of 10 square meters up to 50m², ideal for use in various spaces
Indications for Use
This pack is designed to make the world more accessible for the hard of hearing. It is ideal for the following types of environments:
- Reception Counters
- Drive Throughs
- Cash Registers
- Vehicles, such as buses and taxis
- And anywhere else using a microphone in a small, confined space!
This amplifier provides adjustable volume input, tone control, and loop current. This adjustability means that the sound received can be of maximum quality for the desired situations.
The Induction Loop Amplifier also features two 3.5mm jack sockets for using either two microphones or a microphone and an audio input with the amplifier. This will further enable the customisation of the sound received to meet the needs of the listeners.
As this amplifier is small in size, it can be discreetly used without taking up too much space on desks or other areas. This is ideal for a range of applications, since it makes spaces more accessible without compromising practicality. This is ideal for smaller areas, such as cramped rooms with minimal desk space.
Who Can Use an Induction Loop?
Induction loops are designed for the hard of hearing, or for people with complete deafness. They require looping in public spaces to be used properly, helping people to navigate public spaces easier. They are therefore ideal for people with the following sorts of hearing devices:
- Hearing aid users
- Cochlear implant users with a T-coil (also known as a telecoil).
Where Else Can Hearing Loops Be Used?
Hearing loops are designed for public spaces. Generally, they are used in the following spaces:
- Places of worship
- Shopping centres
- Taxis and buses
- Meeting and conference rooms
- And many other places!
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