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What Does A Hearing Loop Do?

A hearing loop sends pure sounds to your hearing aid without background noise.

Even with the most up-to-date technology, hearing aids and CI’s cannot completely separate important sounds from background noises; nor do they pick up all sounds from a distance such as those in a performance hall, a place of worship or a home TV viewed from across the room.  In such a listening settings, induction hearing loops can offer a solution.  A hearing loop wirelessly transmits sounds to an antenna, called a telecoil, in a hearing aid or CI.  A hearing loop can be connected to public, address system, a home TV or any other audio source.

For questions, or to set up a no-cost site survey and or demonstration, call Arkansas Loops a division of Saline Audiology at 501-778-3868.

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