Induction Loop Systems
Discontinued - Please visit Assistive Listening Systems page for alternative solutions.
We still maintain this web site for those who wish to purchase loop receivers and/or download technical information.
The MI-2 Loop
receiver (discontinued) is compatible with all induction loop systems (teleloop)
installed in many places of public accommodations. It is designed for assisted
listening to hard of hearing people who do not have hearing aids, or, who do not
have hearing aids equipped with a T-coil (telecoil). The MI-2 is equipped with
an On/Off switch and a volume control. It is supplied with a swivel earphone for
left or right ear listening comfort.
The LogiBit 1200 (discontinued) is
a powerful induction loop amplifier designed for installation in auditoriums
ranging from 2,500 to 10,000 sq. ft. with a single turn loop. The LogiBit is the
ideal solution for facilities wishing to comply with the assistive listening
systems requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The
standard amplifier has two balanced XLR Mic/Line inputs and stereo RCA Tape
in/out. An three-channel Mic/Line input module or a two-channel TOA wireless
receiver module can be added at any time. A 19" rack-mount faceplate is also
available. Adjustments are menu driven from four touch buttons or via PC with
serial cable. The LogiBit is software upgradeable to become a full fledges sound
reinforcement system with two loudspeaker outputs, two 1/4" in/out patch
connectors and 14-band equalizer.
The PA/L 2000 (discontinued) integrated PA/Teleloop amplifier combines all the features of the LA1000
teleloop amplifier (discontinued) with a full fledged sound reinforcement system. The PA
section incorporates a 6-channel mixer, a 9-band equalizer, a loudspeaker
amplifier and many other features such as remote volume and remote channel
muting. Designed for small to medium sized auditoriums, this unique amplifier
has all the components required for perfect sound reinforcement. For more
details click on image.