About Hear and Learn

Established in 2002 and Australian owned, Hear and Learn operates Australia wide supplying and supporting Lightspeed (US) soundfield/classroom audio solutions.

We offer free trials of our technology in existing schools, free design advice for Architects, Infrastructure and Electrical people for new buildings and refurbs, and telephone, online and service call support.

We love helping learners and teachers alike and do our best to offer solutions and support built on simplicity and practicality. We offer tech that requires no licences, minimal upkeep and no software upgrades. Plug and play.

Our teacher microphones are the smallest in the market and our speaker solutions are low footprint and compliment design and aesthetic.

We support Educators in delivering optimal auditory learning in whole group and differentiated learning environments in traditional learning spaces right through to collaborate learning spaces.

Australian owned.

Daniel Hughes (left) and David Downing run the Hear and Learn operation out of Melbourne. Daniel, a father of two young men, joined Hear and Learn in 2017 and loves the buzz of creating solutions for educators and getting enriching feedback from learners, teachers and leaders.

David co-created Hear and Learn after experiencing first hand the power of better listening conditions having been a professional musician for many years. He thought that if we know adults enjoy a concert more if they can hear every note, why don’t we create the same environment for Learners. Hence, Hear and Learn!

Both golfers, dog owners and with an unhealthy obsession with 80’s hits, they welcome your contact and with an Australia-wide team, are at your service.

 

Candice joined Hear and Learn in 2016 and mixes handling the administration side of business whilst raising two young daughters at home with her fiancé Will.

“The balance I am able to achieve from our business is that my work and family life are both as important and adaptable to each other. I can enjoy a morning coffee and get some work done in my slippers before I go into ‘mum mode’.”