Hearing Loops

What is a hearing loop?

Simply stated, a hearing loop is a wire installed on the floor around the perimeter of a room or listening area.  The audio feed of an installed audio system is amplified into this loop and it generates a electromagnetic field.  Anyone with a T-Coil enabled hearing aid or a loop receiver can sit within the 'looped area' and wirelessly pickup the transmitted audio signal.  For the listener, this gives a very direct audio link with someone speaking on a microphone, singing in the choir or playing an instrument.

More information and statistics about hearing loops can be found in this article.

Churches are keeping the hearing-impaired in the "loop", click for more information.

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