DL50/K 50 sqm Domestic Induction Loop Kit & Amplifier
The DL50K domestic loop amplifier kit incudes everything you need to create a high quality iduction loop system for a bedroom, living room, TV lounge or study.
Carefully designed to sit discreelty alongside all types of audio-visual equipment, the amplifier features one set of phono inputs (for direct connection to television sets), etc), two microphone inputs and an alert input (for connection of smoke alarms, doorbells, etc).
Screwdriver-adjustable drive, level, mix and tone controls are provided, allowing the system to be tailored to suit the exact requirements of any room, with installation further aided by the provision of an output current meter, an input peak LED and an easy-to-follow installation guide. Attractively designed amplifier provides a maximum square room coverage of 50m² (7m x 7m) or a maximum rectangluar room coverage of up to 100²m (5m x 20m) if a longer length of loop cable is used.
- Ideal for bedrooms, TV lounges, studies and living rooms.
- Compatible with all NHS hearing aids
- Can be used to help service providers and building managers comply with the Disability Discrimination Act and BS8300.
- Connections for two 3.5mm electret microphones are (One mic. is provided with the kit) and one SCART to double phono audio lead.
- Simple to adjust, tamper resistant drive, level, tone and mic. priority channels.
- Input peak, output current, signal present and power on LEDs.
- Alert tone input for doorbells, fire alarms, security systems, etc.
- Automatic compressor limiter
- Full 2 ohms drive current capability for increased coverage at higher frequencies.
- Fully compliant with EN60118-4 (formerly BS6083) and BS7594:1993.
- DL50 Free-standing Loop Amplifier.
- AMT Desktop microphone.
- APS scart lead and loop cable.
Induction loop systems are used to help hearing impaired people obtain maximum involvement in communications. The concept behind them is simple. All NHS hearing aids have a T position which allows them to pick up electromagnetic field generated by a telephones earpiece and convert it into a sound suited to an individuals specific hearing requirements. A loop system uses this same principle but generates a much larger field than that created by a telephone earpiece and radiates it around a room via a loop fofr the benefit of any hearing impaired person(s) located within it. An induction loop system therefore comprises four main elements:- the audio source (microphone and /or music inputs), the amplifier (specially designed for the job), the loop (usually a single turn of wire) and receiver(s) (hearing aids in the T position of specifically made listening devices).