Florida Hearing Loop Systems
Why Choose Us
Since 2010, we have provided the most complete end-to-end solutions for assistive listening systems in the State of Florida! From airports, to houses of worship, to performing arts venues to the simplest of one-to-one solutions, we bring the same attention to detail, professionalism, and customer service. There is no install too big or application too small. We are built to serve the entire industry.
We specialize in the use of Hearing Loop Systems but we also offer FM/RF, Infrared (IR) assistive listening, Point of Contact Speech Transfer Systems, and Tour Guide systems.
We do all design/engineering and installation in house with no subcontracting. Our staff has the experience and qualifications to guarantee the best performing assistive listening system possible.
Who We Work With
Houses of worship
Points of Sale
Senior Living Facilities
It’s not just a clever name. We truly differentiate ourselves with our complete end to end solution.
What We Do
Complete Hearing Solutions is a hearing loop systems installation and distribution company holding a Florida Limited Energy Systems Specialist License, #ES12001411. We provide the complete design and installation of all assistive listening systems throughout Florida and nationwide. We specialize in Hearing Loops, designed to work seamlessly with telecoil equipped hearing aids and cochlear implants, in any commercial venue. That specialization continues with our use of FM, IR, WIFI hotspots, Speech Transfer Systems at locations with security glass, and Tour Guide Systems. We also serve as a distributor for some manufacturers of the Loop equipment we use which allows us to consult with and provide equipment and installation design and engineering to sound contractors, A/V contractors, Loop installers, and architectural firms.
In Our Clients Words..
Some Of Our Customers
The Hearing Loop Solution
Despite these lopsided figures, there are very few public accommodations such as Hearing Loops, to assist those who have Hearing Loss compared the the number available for individuals who are physically disabled. This can be partly credited to the fact the hearing loss is not something you immediately know a person has by looking at him or her. Hearing loss has acquired the nickname of the “Invisible Disability.” Many people don’t realize how difficult it can be to have a hearing loss and go through their everyday lives without assistance other than the hearing aids they may wear. Hearing loss can be debilitating and can severely affect a person’s ability to do things others take for granted. Going to the movies, watching TV, talking on the phone, eating out at a restaurant, and talking to the cashier at the grocery store are just a few of the activities that are very hard or virtually impossible for those who are Hard of Hearing. What must quality of life be like if the simple and enjoyable things are no longer simple and enjoyable?