Thursday, September 28, 2017
Arkansas Hearing Loops, Assistive Listening Devices, Hearing, Hearing Aids, Hearing Exam, Hearing Loops, Hearing Loss, Hearing Protection, Noise Exposure, T-Coil
A simple technology called a hearing loop allows hearing aid wearers who have a telecoil (t-coil, telephone switch)
in their hearing aids to get a wireless signal transmitted directly to their ear.
The technology transforms garbled PA sounds into clear announcements.
This technology effectively overcomes reverberation, echo and background noise.
Hearing loops can be utilized in auditoriums, church sanctuaries, concert halls, meeting rooms, etc.
Loops can also be installed in homes for effective TV listening.
Relatively inexpensive and very effective, hearing loops are
becoming more and more popular with the hearing impaired.
Does your church have a hearing loop installed?
If not, we are happy to answer questions, give a demonstration, and a no-cost site survey with an estimate.
A division of Saline Audiology