Induction systems
for the hearing impaired

Tatar State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Musa Jalil

Every person with hearing loss bears discomfort in any public place as they worry about missing something important. The level of surrounding noises has an adverse effect on the ability to perceive information, and yet, people with hearing loss have to go outside, do shopping and attend hospitals and policlinics, while visiting theatres and concert halls is not a must, and they avoid these places depriving themselves of a chance to live a full-fledged life. In fact, they do not need to make a sacrifice.
Within the framework of the Barrier-Free Environment government program, Aurica Ltd. installed a professional loop system in Tatar State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Musa Jalil, a bearer of traditional Russian and Tatar music cultures, providing hard of hearing people with a remarkable opportunity to enjoy wonderful performances and high-quality sound.
The enhanced capacity and frequency response of the installed loop systems, which meet the requirements of international standards, allow to:
• Achieve a high quality of sound for hearing aid users;
• Reduce a probability of sound quality deterioration in the center of the induction loop; and
• Avoid interference created by metal structures in building footings.