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Posted: Saturday, September 30, 2017 5:59 PM

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The LOOP SYSTEM is one of the latest hearing technologies for personal and business use.

Loop systems are widely used and accessible throughout Europe and Canada, it is just now being introduced on a large scale in the United States.

The Hearing Loop is also known as an, Induction Loop or TV Loop and it is a mini hearing aid into an automatic receiver and you can hear easily. The audio loop device is designed for use with normal hearing aids that are programmed with a T-Coil or T-Switch or you may purchase a neck lanyard to pick up the reception. There is a wire that circles the room and creates a magnetic field that turns your hearing aids into an automatic receiver and you can hear easily without background noise.

There can be personal loop systems installed and wired into your TV room, game room and/or family room. You can also ask a representative in your favorite community center or pastor at your church, to place a loop system in the auditorium or sanctuary so that everyone can enjoy the sermon or activity. There is a universal image that announces the hearing loop in any building.

If you don't have hearing aids you may purchase a receiver as tiny as a key fob (single or double silhouette) that has a T-Coil and an earphone. They can help hard of hearing people at ticket counters, teller windows, drive-through stations, airport gate areas, and train and subway stations--venues where other assistive listening systems are impractical to use. The listening loops popularity is growing with more demand in public buildings to accommodate the loop system for all people with hearing loss. This hearing technology is still affordable and our prices are discounted and lower than manufacturer´s suggested prices.

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