Anchor Audio has introduced a new line of assistive learning systems (ALS) for hearing-impaired students. The new systems overcome background noise and distance by wirelessly bringing the teacher’s voice and related sounds directly to the ears of students with hearing loss. The direct-to-listener connection is meant to improve the speech-to-noise ratio and also negates echoes, poor acoustics, or other deficiencies of the educational environment, the company says.

The new ALS offerings don’t run on infrared, but instead operate on 16 UHF channels, meaning users can eliminate any interference from local broadcasting sources simply by flipping a dial on


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