Hearing loops wirelessly transmit a crystal clear sound directly to a hearing aid, cancelling out problematic background noise and poor acoustics.
How Does it Work?
The sound source (a microphone or soundtrack, etc.) is delivered by a loop amp into a thin cable usually looped around the perimeter of a room. Those seated in the ‘looped’ area can receive the signal wirelessly via their own hearing aid by switching on the Tele Coil (or T-Coil) receiver.
Hearing loops have been prominent in Europe for decades. More and more venues in North America are being looped due to the increased aging population and the success enjoyed overseas.
Where are Hearing Loops used?
What does a loop system cost?
Even with today's technology, the best hearing aids can't separate the sounds you want from background noise, or pick up all of the sounds from a distant source like on stage or movie screen.
“Loop systems have been embedded in European culture for the past 40 years. Expert Hearing is excited to be part of this movement, and is fully prepared to support the successful implementation in each
and every community.”
- Rob Reiter, Audiologist and President of Expert Hearing