Did You Know Government Supports Soundfield Funding?

    In order to plan successful academic programmes, teachers, architects, audio designers and installers need to consider the huge numbers of students who may not hear well on a given school day. With the support of the Department for Education’s legislation, the public and private funding of organisations such as Schools Access Initiative, The…

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Next Stop: ICT For Education

  If you’re an education professional and you’ve missed out on BETT and the Education Show, you can still learn about the latest classroom solutions this year.   Sound for Schools has showcased a range of ERA (Education Resources Awards) shortlisted solutions for SEN (special education needs) and mainstream learning at Sound For School’s exhibit, including…

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What to Look Out for in Sound Equipment

                    This post will focus on the latest digital technology, feedback management, voice enhanced amplification settings, speaker capacity, and multimedia input features.   Before explaining the aspects to consider when investing in sound equipment, it is important to understand the PA system (Public Address System) components…

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Sound for Your School – Your Questions Answered

Technology has certainly opened the door to a world of new opportunity – including in the classroom.  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is becoming more popular with a number of UK schools, students with hearing problems can now benefit from assistive listening devices and teachers can explore education through new tech solutions.While it’s a wonderful…

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Can a Red Flag be a Good Thing?

A Red Flag in general day to day life can be a negative sign. If you follow Motorsport it normally means you watching the British Grand Prix and it just about to be called off due to rain. If you’re a sportsman then it could mean you’re offside, crossed the line or have a decision…

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LACE UK Welcomes its First Australian Approved Centre

We are pleased to announce that we have, Today, certified our first LACE UK training centre in Australia. Based in Waurn Ponds on the southern side of Geelong, south of Melbourne is the Waurn Ponds Hearing Clinic, owned and run by Fiona Sutherland. Fiona comments ” We find that the hearing aid fittings help most clients but…

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Deskmate: Small, Yet Mighty

  The PowerWave Deskmate is a personal speech amplification system benefiting from being completely portable and wireless, with two full range speakers and fantastic battery life. It’s proven to be ideal for the hearing impaired, where background noise or distance can cause difficulty, as well as for teachers and other public speakers who suffer vocal…

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