Hearing Loops Systems

Give Your Guests A Better Experience

With the influx of new technologies, a variety of systems have been developed to aid the hearing impaired in public spaces, such as auditoriums or churches. While there are a variety of different tools you can use, such as Bluetooth technology or WiFi, hearing loop systems are the most effective hearing assistance devices. While WiFi and Bluetooth can lose connectivity, drain battery power, and be delayed, hearing loops are exempt from those issues. These unique systems magnetically transport sound to each individual user, which allows for a more cohesive, inclusive system.

Learn How Audio Induction Loops Help Your Clients

Hearing aids are typically the most useful hearing solutions when it comes to one-on-one or small group conversations, however they’re not always useful in a large group settings. Commercial hearing loops can be installed in your building and be specifically designed to fit into the room they are needed in. Here are some ways hearing loops help your guests or clients:

Magnetically transport sound to people’s ears

Hearing loops are simple in the fact that they transfer sound directly to your guests’ or tenants’ ears if they’re wearing modern hearing aids. But how do they work? Our team will place telecoils in the room, which magnetically transfer sound waves to individual hearing aids that are connected to the device. These devices don’t rely on other mechanisms that can fail, such as WiFi and Bluetooth.

Save battery power and stay connected

Unlike similar devices that transport sound to the user’s ear, such as Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity, hearing loops do not depend on a separate entity to work. If your guests connect their hearing aids to Bluetooth or WiFi using a phone or tablet, they could potentially lose their connection if the power goes out, the server slows down, the WiFi disconnects, or your device dies. By using magnetically transferred sound waves, hearing loops eliminate the risk of losing power or connectivity.

Operate with ease

Installing hearing loops is one of the most simplistic ways to help hearing impaired individuals at your facility. Instead of having to fiddle with their phones or tablets to connect their hearing aids to WiFi and Bluetooth, your guests can simply flip a switch on their hearing aids to get the sound magnetically transported into their ears.

Transport Sound Waves With Ease

If you have a hearing loop system in your building, it is easy to have people connect their hearing aids or other devices, such as cochlear implants to the system. From there, all your guests have to do is hit the “on” switch on their devices.

The sound waves are magnetically transferred to the hearing devices by way of a telecoil. The copper telecoils installed in the room allow the sound to be transferred into each person’s ear, which allows them to hear clearly without having to turn up their hearing aids or disturb the people next to them.

Request A Quote From Aufderworld Today

If you’re looking for reputable hearing loop installers in the Twin Cities area, look no further than Aufderworld Corporation. Our expert team has been installing state-of-the-art technology and commercial entertainment systems since 1983. Our team will come to your place of business to get the layout and the feel before designing a system specifically for your facility. From there, we work with you to stick to a budget while getting you what you need. For more information or a quote, call us at 763-233-7700 or message us on our contact page.