Hearing Aid Induction Loop

A hearing aid induction loop enables hard of hearing people to hear the sound of televisions, radios, or to hear clearly, for example in concert halls, churches, or meeting rooms. A hearing aid induction loop makes your building, room, office or any other area accessible to those who are normally not able to join a conversation or discussion.

Hard of hearing people often wear hearing aid devices. An induction loop is installed in a place where hearing aid users benefit from the fact that the sound reaches their hearing aid without interference. An audio signal is sent to an amplifier. This amplifier sends the audio signal to the hearing aid through the induction loop in the room. Hard of hearing people can switch their hearing aid device to the T-position to hear the sound via the induction loop. Conversations are clearer and hearing aid users will be more attentive and feel less tired.