Hearing Loop Systems was established in 2008 by a contracting company with over 30 years of experience in the installation of audio/video systems for churches, schools, airports, convention centers, meeting rooms, sports facilities, and other commercial establishments. As the nations leading provider of “loop Systems”, our dedication to quality is unmatched. With the popularity and awareness of “loops” on the rise, we are developing a network of certified installation companies across the United States. Our American built products exceed industry standards. We are working together with audiologists, architects, consulting firms, and non-profit organizations across the country to promote and develop “looped communities”. Hearing Loop Systems is extremely excited about what is happening in this industry, and has a passion to promote, provide, and teach people about “loop systems”.
Are you in the Loop?
Having difficulties enjoying music or television at home? Struggling to hear public announcements while out and about? Often, personal hearing aids aren’t enough to provide perfect clarity. And “add-on” devices-such as headphones-are conspicuous, clumsy, even unhygenic after being passed from person-to-person.
Thanks to the latest advancement in audiology-the Induction Loop System-you now have access to perfect audio perception and discretion without ever having to remove your hearing aid. With the Loop, audio signals are transmitted directly to your telecoil (T-coil) equipped hearing aid, broadcasting sound that is customized to your ears only.
For Use In: System Benefits Include:
-Airports -Auditoriums Customized to listener’s personal hearing loss
-Churches -Classrooms Excellent sound reproduction
-Concert Halls -Courtrooms Maximizes effectiveness of hearing aid
-Drive-thrus -Meeting Rooms No messy cords
-Theatres -Ticket Counters No need to wear additional devices
-Schools -And More No unhygienic headphones or earbuds
Subtly reaching those with hearing difficulties
In this video, you will hear the difference experienced by using a T-Coil-enabled device with a Hearing Loop System at any one of the locations equipped with this technology. This example showcases the experience at The Gerald R. Ford International Airport.