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Why are assistive listening systems needed?
Why are hearing loops the preferred assistive listening system?
What hearing aids can receive loop broadcasts?

What do loop systems cost? Who sells and installs them?

What are common concerns and FAQs?

Do you have a sound demonstration?

Churches and cathedrals
Theaters, courts, and
auditoriums
Transient venues: Drive through stations,
ticket windows
Airports, train stations
Home TV rooms
Future venues: Offices, cars, phone enhancements

 

 

 

 

  Airports, and Train, Subway and Bus Stations

Every hard of hearing person knows the added travel anxieties arising from hearing loss. In noisy, sometimes cavernous stations, one wonders: Was that the train to Washington or Wilmington that's now boarding? In airport gate areas, one struggles to understand the explanation for one's apparently delayed flight--or did the gate agent say that boarding will commence shortly?

In such transient settings, as in other transient venues, alternative listening systems are impractical. One just isn't going to check out an infrared receiver and headset at Detroit Metro Airport's Gate C27. But it sure would be nice to be able to switch on one's T or MT setting and be able to hear! Stephen Frazier offers a list of airport installations.


Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Grand Rapids, Michigan
(Both concourses and all gate areas)
See press release and more photos



Train Station
Canterbury, England