Assistive Listening Systems

Pocket tour guide receivers for assistive listening. We have a broad selection of wireless receivers that allow audio systems to work for the benefit of hearing aid users.

Personal wireless hearing loops are designed for those who find it difficult listening from a distance and are specifically designed to help in ‘noisy’ environments, where background noise can make listening difficult due to poor intelligibility - hence they are sometimes known as a ‘hearing helper’.


How can a personal loop receiver help as an assistive listening device?

With an assistive listening device, the radio transmitter is worn or held by the person talking or connected into the audio source which could be a PA system at an event or venue.

Induction Loop SymbolThe receiver and neck loop are worn by the assistive listening device user, with their hearing aid switched to the 'T' pickup. Consistent sound will then be heard whatever direction the talker faces and even at a reasonable distance from the person speaking. 

For those who don’t wear a hearing aid with the 'T-position', headphones may be used.

For truly exceptional quality sound and high flexibility with assistive listening devices, you can trust Tourguide-SYSTEMS, call us on 01244 456899.


Personal Assistive Tour Guide System