Hearing Loops- AV Technology magazine
An interesting new technology for the hard-of-hearing that works with a hearing-aid or Cochlear implants… from the article
"a hearing loop (also known as an induction loop) consists of a current amplifier connected to a copper wire looped around a room. Audio is run through the amp and inducted onto the wire, creating a magnetic field that is then inductively coupled to a coil, called a telecoil or t-coil, in a listener’s hearing aid or Cochlear implant. What makes loops unique among ALS’s, and so popular in the hard-of-hearing community, is that they communicate directly with an individual’s own hearing aids or Cochlear implants."
Hearing loops deliver custom-equalized audio directly to listeners’ ears.