Hearing Loop Amplifiers

A 4212 • 280VA Hearing Induction Loop Amplifier

280VA model delivers 8A RMS, 11A peak and is suitable for areas of approximately 650m2. Hearing induction loop amplifiers are installed to greatly enhance the listening experience of people using hearing aids.

A 4210 • 80VA Hearing Induction Loop Amplifier

80VA model delivers 3.5A RMS, 5A peak and is suitable for areas of approximately 180 square metres. Hearing induction loop amplifiers are installed to greatly enhance the listening experience of people using hearing aids.

Q 2012 • Handheld Current Loop Tester

Essential for setting up and commissioning hearing induction loop amplifier systems. This unit is ideally used in conjunction with the Q 2014 tone generator allowing an installer to test the signal generated in the actual ‘loop’ of the system.

Q 2014 • Handheld Audio Generator

Compact and portable, this handheld battery powered 1KHz tone generator has been designed to test PA systems and in particular hearing loop induction sound systems.

Looking for more information on hearing loop requirements for buildings?

Our guide provides a short insight into the requirements of modern buildings to cater for the hearing impaired. Hearing loops are now required by legislation and the Australian building code in public and private buildings.