Welcome to Sound Induction Systems
Welcome to SOUND INDUCTION SYSTEMS - Design, supply and installation of induction loop systems, infrared hearing systems and sound systems throughout the UK.
We also supply portable infrared simultaneous interpretation systems and wireless radio tour guide systems under the Sennsis brand. We design bespoke systems to suit customers specific requirements. Please contact us to see how we can help you!
An induction loop system, more formally known as an Audio Frequency Induction Loop System (A.F.I.L.S) is an assistive listening system to aid communication with hearing-impaired people. Most hearing aids have a 'T' switch which allows them to pick up the electromagnetic field generated by an induction loop system. The hearing aid converts the signal into audio to allow the hearing aid wearer to hear the source of the sound more clearly.
We have installed sound systems in hundreds of places of worship of various denominations throughout the UK. From speech reinforcement sound systems in small chapels, to full range music sound systems in large churches. With over 25 years experience we can design, supply and install a sound system to suit each client's style of worship with minimal impact to the architecture.
Conference (also known as Discussion) systems are used in boardrooms, council chambers and conference venues worldwide. Conference systems are a sound system allowing each delegate to hear and be heard easily while adding structure to a meeting. Systems can be wired or wireless and may have the facilities for voting, simultaneous interpretation, recording proceedings and much more.
Sennsis portable infrared simultaneous interpretation/translation systems are a secure and cost effective means of communicating with delegates during bilingual meetings. The interpreter/translator simply speaks into a headband “Whisper” microphone (or radio microphone), and their message is transmitted in the form of (invisible) infrared light throughout the room. The delegates use lightweight wireless receivers which decode the infrared light back into audio enabling them to hear the translation.
Digital wireless radio tour guide systems are used for guided tours both indoors and outdoors. The guide speaks into a tour guide microphone transmitter and the tour participants wear a wireless receiver to hear the guide in crystal clear audio. They are ideal for tours of noisy environments and tourist attractions. They are also used for simultaneous interpretation.
Portable PA sound systems are ideal for addressing large groups of people both indoors and outdoors. Portable PA systems can include wired and wireless radio microphones, CD/mp3 players and range from a simple megaphone to a system to cover 2000+ people!