Welcome! We’re a small company headquartered in Washington DC. Unlike huge stores selling everything under the sun, we focus on assistive listening devices and the unique needs of hearing impaired individuals.
We are authorized dealers for some of the most trusted names in professional audio including Williams Sound and Audio Technica.
We know their products inside-and-out and can answer your specific questions to help you customize the right system for your assistive listening needs.
Our Promise To You
If we enough to earn your business, we’ll provide you with the friendly and expert service you deserve. In the unlikely event something goes wrong with your shipment, we will work to resolve any problems as quickly as possible at no cost to you. We want you to be happy with the service you receive, and will do whatever we can to ensure that’s the case – that’s our personal guarantee.
Will Ward (Founder and Webmaster): Will has consulted on pro audio equipment for international organizations and companies for over ten years. This business is an outgrowth of his earlier work helping small NGOs charitable organizations purchase the right audio equipment for their events. He loves playing banjo and resides in Northeast DC. Email Will.
Craig Parks ( Technical and Customer Support): was born and raised in St Louis, MO and serves as the Audio/Visual Director for his church. His passion is serving God with music and has served both on stage and behind the soundboard. He is happily married and a proud father of six boys at home. Email Craig.
We have a range of audio equipment not listed on the site and can put together special packages of equipment for your specific needs. If you ever need to get in touch, please contact us at:
Tel (toll free): 877-817-0733
Assistive Listening HQ
632 I St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
My Assistive Listening Story
I first experienced assistive listening technologies at a convention held in a huge open-air sports stadium. At the beginning of the program, the chairman announced that the audio was being broadcast on a short range FM transmitter, and he gave the frequency.
I thought to myself “Why? The speaker system in the auditorium seemed to be doing just fine.
As the day progressed, I saw the benefit of providing this service. I asked a man sitting near me why he kept earphones on during the session. He said he had tuned in on his mobile phone and could concentrate better because of less distraction and found that the sound was clearer and less ‘echo-y’ than the stadium PA.
I later found out that the first aid area also had a receiver where the program was broadcast. There was a delegate who had the flu and did not want to pass it on to others and stayed in the car – but was able to listen to the program through the assistive listening devices.
By the end of the day I thought WOW. Although I did not make use of the service, I saw the benefits. All the delegates could get the maximum benefit from the program. Unexpected events that may have stopped them from sitting in the stadium did not prevent them from being part of the convention.
In my opinion the brand of the convention organizer was enhanced immeasurably.