Salt Lake City, Utah, December 2013 – Audio Enhancement offers world-class repair services to its customers. “We love to deliver direct support for our customers,” said Cindy Andersen, Director of Operations. “We provide them with high quality repairs in a timely manner.”

Audio Enhancement is a brand that customers recognize and know they can trust. Audio Enhancement’s Service Center helps customers every step of the way. Whether a customer needs new products, installation, or repair, they can rely on the professionals at Audio Enhancement to assist them. Working directly with Audio Enhancement offers many benefits, including:

  • A flat rate for repairs
  • An enhanced website with FAQs and links to basic troubleshooting guides
  • An emphasis on providing customers with the best, most recent technology
  • A timely response to customer inquiries
  • Fast processing and return times

Jeff Anderson, Audio Enhancement President, added, “We believe every student deserves to hear their instructor and be fully engaged in the learning process. It has been heart-warming to see the difference we’ve been able to make in so many schools. Therefore, we want to minimize downtime of educational technology in the classroom so that we can help maximize the learning potential of tomorrow’s leaders.”

Audio Enhancement provides a “Technical Support” help line. If there are questions on networking, programming or compatibility issues our technical support team can help. Call the Service Center line at 877.676.5576 and customers will be quickly routed to a technical support representative, who will be able to best assist in resolving their issues.

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Founder Claudia Anderson began Audio Enhancement in 1978 with the simple idea that “learning begins with hearing.” As pioneers of infrared audio technology, Audio Enhancement brings understanding and success to both students and teachers. Today, Audio Enhancement continues to be owned and operated by the Anderson Family. For more information, please visit (active December 1st, 2013).

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