Hearing assistance

We’ll set the right tone

Don’t exclude, integrate – with our hearing assistance!

We want to help to return a little quality of life to people with impaired hearing – whether in the theatre, at concerts, on guided tours in public premises or at events.

Offer versatile solutions!

Demographic trends have consequences. More and more people are affected by loss of hearing. Many activities become real challenges. Headset volume for our tour guide systems can be adjusted individually. We recommend our induction loops for people with hearing aids and cochlear implants. This way, all information is transmitted clearly and without ambient noise directly into the listener’s ear. 

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These products might be what you’re looking for

for reportage for the blind

TOM-Audio TG-200 for reportage for the blind

SEEING WITH THE EARS

With our TOM-Audio TG-200, we offer blind and visually impaired people an effective way to participate in a thrilling atmosphere as they listen to events unfold.

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Digitale Führungsanlage TG-200 - Sender und Empfänger

TOM-Audio TG-200

Digital tour guide system

For everyone who wants best performance: the new TOM-Audio TG-200 eTour runs for over 30 hours. In tourist hot spots, 70 radio channels ensure interference-free transmission.

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Our solutions for active hearing assistance!

May we help you?

There is a range of factors to consider when selecting equipment for people with disabilities. Our colleagues are experts at asking the right questions. They will use their professional and industry knowledge to analyse what  the right hearing assistance solution needs to look like. In addition to clarifying technical and logistics details, we are also happy to discuss financing.

Have you considered

  • if you need a solution for hearing aids with induction loop?
  • if the tour guide system should interface with other hearing assistance equipment?
  • if you need the products in the long term or would prefer to rent them?
  • starting with basic equipment and absorb peak loads with rental equipment?
  • trying out our systems first?