Hearing Technologies...Are People Hearing What you are Saying?

Ambient audio is compared with hearing loop audio in the New York City Subway

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Signs such as this are typically posted at venues that utilize a hearing loop system so that t-coil wearers can tune into the sound by switching their hearing aid to the t-coil setting.

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Sandler Center for the Performing Arts- Virginia Beach VA

Wells Theater-Norfolk VA

Meyerhoff Theater-Baltimor MD

JBMDL Theater-Westhampton NJ

Ft. Hamilton Theater-Brooklyn NY

Belcourt Theater-Nashville TN

The Rotunda-University of Charlottesville-Charlottsville VA

Atlantic Shores Retirement Home​

Fermion Government Services

St. Edward the Confessor-N Chesterfield VA

First Mennonite Church-Richmond VA

​Huntsville Botanical Gardens - Huntsville AL

St. Olaf's Church- Norge VA

Eastern Shore Chapel-Va Beach

Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia-Fairfax VA

Briarwood Presbyterian Church-Birmingham AL

Bon Air Presbyterian Church- Richmond VA

St. Paul's Memorial Church- Charlottesville VA

Laurel Hill Baptist Church- Verona VA​

Meadows Presbyterian Church-Charlottesville VA

Warrenton United Methodist Church-Warrenton VA

​Westminister Presbyterian Church-Charlottesville VA

First Presbyterian Church-Va Beach VA

Ft. Devens Community Center- Boston MA

What Is An Induction Loop And How Does It Work?

A hearing loop, also known as an Induction or Audio Loop, provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to ‘T’ (Telecoil) setting. 

The loop system consists of a microphone to pick up the spoken word; an amplifier which processes the signal which is then sent through the final piece; the induction loop, a wire placed around the perimeter of a room or sanctuary to act as an antenna that radiates the magnetic signal to the hearing aid. 

When a hearing aid user selects the ‘T’ setting; he or she can pick up the sounds spoken into the PA system’s microphone instead of the hearing aid’s internal microphone. This results in improved speech understanding because the listener receives a clear signal without any background noise. 

Experience how a person with hearing aids would hear a church reading with and without the use of a hearing loop. The difference is clear.