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How Does a Hearing Loop Work?

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An Induction Loop or Hearing Loop is an assistive listening system that can provide clear, customized sound to people wearing tele-coil equipped hearing aids. A hearing loop is a wire that circles a room and is connected to a sound system. The loop transmits the sound electromagnetically. The electromagnetic signal is then picked up by the telecoil in the hearing aid or cochlear implant. Read more.
A tele-coil is a small copper coil that is an option in most hearing aids and is built into cochlear implant processors. Tele-coils, also known as t-coils, were originally used to boost the magnetic signals from the telephone handset. Read more.  
Induction Loops can be beneficial in a very wide range of environments, from large venues such as theaters, churches, government building and conference facilities, to one-to-one communications such as ticket counters and meeting rooms.  Read more.

Turnkey Solutions for Installing Looping Systems

Our team of IEC Certified Professionals and Audiologist will meet with you and your team to understand your unique facility and needs.

Following a site survey, we will design a loop system, selecting the best equipment for your environment and specifications.

Tri-State Loops IEC Certified Professionals will install your loop system in your facility, home, office, place of worship or business.

After your loop system is installed and testing is complete, we will demonstrate the loop system and offer on-site training. Tri-State Loops will also provide an audiologist from our team to coordinate the information and training needed to support individuals wearing hearing aids or cochlear implants.

For best results, it is essential that individuals with hearing aids and cochlear implant technology understand how to properly utilize the newly installed loop system.


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