Hearing Loop Systems in New England Venues for People Living with Hearing Loss

Hearing loop systems, an assistive listening technology, allow those with hearing loss to enjoy concerts, choral presentations and musicals with a brilliance and clarity never before thought possible. This important technology brings that same clarity to lectures, worship services, sporting events and everyday communications.  New England Hearing Loop designs and installs hearing loop systems throughout New England.  We are proud to be the first company in New England to develop specialized hearing loop expertise. We are an authorized reseller and certified installer of hearing loop systems as well as other assistive listening systems. Get in the Loop with an affordable, approachable and artfully installed system!  Search our Loop Locator to find installed loops.

What is a Hearing Loop System?

A hearing loop, also known as an induction loop is like a wireless network for hearing aids. In its simplest form a hearing loop is a wire encircling a room that produces a magnetic field to transmit sound signals from a microphone or an audio source directly to telecoil-equipped hearing aids or cochlear implants. Technical details!

What Are The Benefits Of Hearing Loops?

No other assistive listening device provides such across the board benefits.  From the individual with hearing loss, to their loved ones, their colleagues, management and the various venues they patronize.  Everyone benefits!

How Do You Use A Hearing Loop?

All you need to do is enable the telecoil (T-Coil) function on your hearing aid or cochlear implant, to activate the telecoil.

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