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Microphones

Microphones are a useful piece of audio equipment for schools and higher education facilities. When lecturers and teachers use a microphone, their voices can be more easily heard by their students. It helps to reduce the amount of effort that students have to spend concentrating to hear allowing their concentration to be focused on understanding the study material. The risk of misunderstanding information or loss of information is also reduced.

Lecturers wearing a microphone is very important for students with hearing impairments, making it easier for them to hear what is being said without the need for additional resources or them feeling like their missing out.

Microphones also help those whose first language is not English. By increasing the volume of a teachers or lecturers voice, words are easier to identify so Instead of trying hard to hear what is being said, students will find it easier to understand and learn.

Using microphones in lectures puts less strain on teaching staff to keep their voices at a consistently raised level. This contributes to increased concentration in calls among students and an increased participation.

Different types of microphones are available but the one most suitable for teachers is a radio microphone. Having the flexibility to walk around during lessons is key for most teachers and makes using microphones easier.

Find out more about our range of microphones

With over 15 years' of experience in supplying equipment to schools, the team of professionals at Douglas Stewart will help advise on which type of microphone is best for your school, college or other educational facility. With the help of a supplier like Douglas Stewart, who has extensive experience in the sector, you can rest assured that you’re buying the right school and office software tools. Contact us at sales@dstewart.eu or call 01252 612806 to find out more.

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