Last edited 03 Nov 2022

Assistive listening system

PAS 6463:2022, Design for the mind – Neurodiversity and the built environment – Guide, published by BSI Standards Limited 2022, defines an assistive listening system (or hearing enhancement system) as: ‘technology that enables sound signals to be transmitted to people with hearing loss, without interference from background noise or excessive reverberationCommon types include induction loop, infrared, or radio transmission. Sound field systems are also used, especially in educational settings.’

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