Hearing Loops can be used in a commercial or residential setting and work in any style of building. Learn more about Loops.alert-info
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Doctors of Audiology
As Doctors of Audiology, we have the expertise necessary to assist those with hearing aids to be able to properly use the loop system.
Eliminates Background Noise
When the T-coil is activated in the hearing aid, feedback and background noise is eliminated or greatly reduced which results in a clearer signal from the source of the sound.
Where should loops be installed?
Extended time induction hearing loops are appropriate for public venues (commercial use), such as churches, auditoriums, meeting rooms and concert halls.
How much does a loop system cost?
A customized quote will be provided for each building and our professional installers will typically complete the installation in a couple of days.
Hearing Loops can be used in a commercial or residential setting and work in any style of building. In both the commercial and residential systems, the loop signal is picked up by a small coil of wire inside the hearing aid called a T-Coil.
The signal from the loop plays through the customized hearing aid programming. An Induction Loop system eliminates background noise and echo by sending the audio signal directly to the hearing aid.