The following case studies demonstrate how Univox™ products and expertise has been used to power intelligibility in diverse environments including prestigious museums and busy international airports to hotel chains and traditional English country churches.
- Challenge: To enable elderly residents to enjoy a range of activities whilst avoiding any induction loop spill
- Solution: The installation of 48 Univox Superloop SLS's® in public areas ranging in size from 25 - 120m²
- Benefit: Elderly residents were able to enjoy music, TV and listen to a sermon or lecture without the loop spill in their room spilling into adjacent rooms and being heard by others.
- Challenge: An effective public announcement system at a busy and noisy international airport where accessing floors is impractical and difficult and original competitor installation, ineffective.
- Solution: Making adjustments, replacing and refitting loop cable and using much more powerful induction loop amplifiers.
- Benefit: Fully operational and significantly improved induction loop system for the hard of hearing, complying with Australian standard AS-1428 in many areas of the airport.
- Challenge: Enabling the hard of hearing to enjoy good quality sound taking ito account tiered seating and different construction materials including reinforced concrete and steel
- Solution: The installation of Univox SuperLoopSeries® induction loops, professional loops and cross counter loops within a carefully designed system throughout the opera house.
- Benefit: Exceptional sound quality and clarity whether on floor level or in tiered seating enabling hearing impaired opera fans to enjoy live music and libretto, increasing visits to the opera house.
- Challenge: An audible passenger information system for the hearing impaired in one of the noisiest and most heavily utilized transport systems in the world.
- Solution: The installation of high performance induction loops in both information desks and the platform information system.
- Benefit: Clear and audible announcements to help the hearing impaired receive the information they need to travel, making their journey less stressful.