Wide-Band (WB) vs. Narrow-Band (NB) FM Systems

When to Use Wide-band vs. Narrow-band FM Systems? Wide-Band FM systems are the correct choice when you are dealing with a limited budget, a relatively small number of simultaneous broadcast channels, a good ambient environment with little radio interference, and low fidelity voice applications as opposed to music. Narrow-band is an excellent choice in suburban or rural areas. Narrow-band FM… Read the rest

3 Sound Solutions to Help Get the Word Out

Satisfy ADA Rules & Make Services More Rewarding With Assistive Listening Devices Most churches and houses of worship are subject to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This means that, for public meetings and religious services, ADA-compliant listening systems should be available on premises. Even houses of worship which are exempt from ADA compliance have found that… Read the rest

Personal Amplifiers Help Kids Hear Better in School

Are your kids falling behind at school? Portable personal amplifiers could be a solution. Many students with hearing problems — both diagnosed and undiagnosed — will lose valuable classroom time simply because they can’t hear. In addition to the obvious problem of not comprehending the teacher’s lessons, there’s an additional (and very common) problem with hearing-impaired students losing focus due… Read the rest

3 FM Receivers for 3 Assisted Hearing Applications

Which FM Receiver is Ideal for You? Single-Channel, Multi-Channel; Field-Tunable, User-Tunable: in the world of FM hearing assistance receivers, it’s easy to get lost in the options. Industry-leading hearing assistance manufacturer Williams Sound recently introduced their newest receiver: The R37. Unlike its predecessor, the R35, the R37 features push-button tuning to automatically zero in on the correct transmission. But despite… Read the rest