Whenever noise, distance and reverberation are present, an assistive listening device bridges the distance between teacher and student. Using an assistive listening device, promotes learning by ensuring that the student can hear and understand the lesson. A teacher who uses a wireless microphone transmitter reduces their vocal and personal stress, retains the students' attention, suffers less classroom disruptions, and can promote a productive and fun learning environment. For the student, a classroom voice amplification system makes the teacher easier to hear and understand due to higher speech volume, while voice clarity and intelligibility makes a lesson easier and more enjoyable to listen to. It takes a truly dedicated approach to help children with hearing problems, achieve their full potential. That's why the team at Auditory Instruments, deliver the solutions and services that professionals need, to provide children with the opportunities they deserve.