It means that Welsch Hearing Aid Company now has a working induction hearing loop on display in the office. With our working hearing loop we can demonstrate how one may hear with their telecoil equipped hearing aids in a church setting or public venue that has an induction hearing loop.
Installation of the loop was done by Dave Scroggins of DRS Sound Inc., of Kiel. Jeanie and Dave have been responsible for installing many of the induction hearing loops in the area churches and the new theatre at Spaceport Sheboygan.
Televisions can be wired into a room size hearing loop or a personal cushion style hearing loop. The TV is heard through the hearing aids when telecoils are turned on. Even smaller neck worn induction loops are available that can plug into media players and telephones and send the sound signal to the hearing aids telecoil. Some neck loops use Bluetooth technology to pick up signals wirelessly.
If you have a telecoil in your hearing aid and you want to learn about how you can use it to enhance your hearing further contact Welsch Hearing Aid Company to schedule a FREE Consultation and Demonstration. If you are not sure whether or not you have telecoil we will be happy to find out for you. Call us at (920) 395-3501 or 1-800-924-2101 or Click Here to request an appointment! To see locations that you can take advantage of the loop features in your hearing aids, click here.
Types of Induction Hearing Loops
To learn more about induction loops read what our friend, Dr. Juliette Sterkens, AuD has to say on the Sound Advice page.
Venues with Loops
Here’s a great resource with a list of Hearing Loop Installations in Wisconsin.