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Read and download studies relevant to sound field
  • Creating enhanced learning environments

    By Michael Heeney, MA, Adv DipTch, AODC, Dip EHI

  • Classroom amplification

    Pilot project report of 2002 from South Africa compiled by H.A.S.S. Communications

  • Evaluating sound field amplification technology in New Brunswick Schools

    A pilot research project funded by Department of Education in Canada

  • Classroom amplification to enhance student performance

    A study by Neil J. DiSarno, Melissa Schowalter, Patricia Grassa.

  • Report of FM sound field study, Paremata School 1997

    A research from 1997 funded by the Oticon Foundation in New Zealand. The study set out to find answers to these questions: Does sound field improve S/N ratios in the classrooms, increase the amount of time children spend in on-task behaviour, increase the amount of time children with poor hearing spend in on-task behaviour and improve children's ability to discriminate between speech sounds in words.

  • Improving Classroom Acoustics

    A special project from schools in Florida, USA from 1993-1995. Projectmanager Gail Gegg Rosenberg, M.S., CCC-A. The object of this project was to determine if the FM sound field classroom amplification produced significant changes in student's listening and learning behaviors and skills.