Advanced Listening

Creating Listening

Environments for

the Hard of Hearing

Canada’s Experts

Assistive Listening Systems

Since 2014, Advanced Listening has been a leader in the creation of barrier-free listening environments for the hard of hearing. From large venue systems to one-on-one counter systems, we provide the technologies required for a better hearing environment.

Specializing in all forms of assistive listening technologies, including FM, Infrared and Induction Loops, our team of experts will help select the system that’s right for you.

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FM Systems

FM technology converts the audio source to FM radio waves, before sending it through a transmitter to FM radio receivers. They are most appropriate for large room installations such as Churches, Theatres, and Conference Centres, where privacy is not a concern.

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Infrared Systems

Infrared (I/R) technology requires the audio source to be transmitted to individuals with special I/R receivers. It should be considered in public places such as Boardrooms and Courtrooms, where privacy is important and line of site to the transmitter is not an issue.

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Induction Loops

Induction Loops transmit the audio signal through an antenna wire, requiring only a hearing aid to receive it. It is the ideal system for one-to-one conversations at retail or service counters, and is perfect for both large and small venues where privacy is or is not a concern.

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Case Study

Vancity Credit Union

We approached Vancity Credit Union to introduce hearing loop technology as a potential service for their hard of hearing members. They agreed to a 4-branch pilot project to test the technology and to assess the benefits it may have. It wasn’t until we were installing the last of the 4 pilot systems when we realised just how essential these systems were and the impact they could have.

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Assistive Listening Systems

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You can find Assistive Listening Systems in auditoriums, churches, offices and many other locations across Canada.

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