A number of US airports are in the process of installing or adding to existing installations of hearing loop technology at gates or elsewhere and are expected to be in operation by the end of 2018. Making airports more accessible to those with hearing loss through the use of induction loop technology, is a real […]
We welcome OTOjOY to our Association as our newest member. We are sure they will make a great contribution in our efforts to raise the Association’s profile.
IHLMA are pleased to welcome their newest member, french manufacturer OPUS Technologies who design and manufacture compact class D loop amplifiers.
Interesting news from Hamilton Ontario City Council, who passes a motion to put into law hearing loops for accessibility. This video puts out a great message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToTWNCEpD8U&feature=youtu.be
Does its exclusion of ‘Receive-only equipment intended solely for the reception of sound and TV broadcasts…’ apply to devices used in the home for listening to the TV? The answer in this case was No, because the device in question can also be used as assistive listening for purposes other than TV listening.