The Renaissance Arlington Capital View introduces technology to help hearing-impaired guests

The Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel introduces new T-Loop technology for hearing-impaired guests. Developed by Ampetronic, the new technology was specially designed for counters and reception desks. But the T-Loop driver's discreet proportions (it measures just 128-by-74-by-35-mm big) belie its significant amplification capabilities.

Metal-loss correction ensures a superior audio quality for the listener, while the features choice of microphone, integral power supply and free technical support, guarantee it's as easy for hotel associates to use as it is helpful for the hearing-impaired guests they chat with.

When a hearing-impaired guest arrives at the hotel, signage directs him/her to the specially designated area of the reception desk where s/he can indicate a preference to use the T-Loop technology. The hotel associate then furnishes the guest with a special headset, before s/he speaks into a connected microphone to communicate clearly and effectively.

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