Ampetronic and The Listening Lab improve accessibility to sound for those who experience hearing loss.

Dec 6, 2018

Driven by a desire to improve accessibility for those with hearing loss, and in an effort to comply with legislation, the demand for assistive listening technologies in Singapore has increased significantly.
Adding to existing provision for hearing loop users and service givers, Ampetronic are pleased to appoint The Listening Lab Pte Ltd as their exclusive distribution partner in Singapore for hearing loop and assistive listening solutions.

About The Listening Lab:
The Listening Lab, founded by a team of healthcare professionals, including Kelvin Lee – Executive Director and Wai Leong Chung - Hearing Enhancement System-Manager and Hearing Loop Specialist,
have more than four decades of global and regional experience in the assessment of hearing and fitting of hearing devices. They are ideally placed to support those with hearing loss discover the benefits of hearing loop systems from Ampetronic, the gold standard in assistive listening technology.

The Listening Lab (Singapore) can be contacted here:
Tel:+65 6817 5100

Working together Ampetronic and The Listening Lab are making a genuine difference by making performances and sound information in buildings, facilities and venues in Singapore more accessible for those who use a hearing aid.


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About Ampetronic™:
Founded in 1987, Ampetronic™ are innovators in the full range of induction loop and hearing loop systems and technologies. As passionate advocates for technology solutions which improve lives of those with hearing loss, Ampetronic™ design, manufacture, and promote loop systems, around the world. Key technologies include current drive and phase shift arrays. For more information, visit or follow us at:

How hearing loops work:
Find out more about how hearing loops work. Hearing loops can be installed in a variety of environments. Larger venues such as theatres, conference facilities and houses of worship. Smaller, one-on-one communication settings can benefit too, such as at ticket counters and in meeting rooms. Hearing loops can also be installed in taxis, trains, buses, and trams.

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