Loop systems work with the existing sound equipment. The larger the area, the more loops we need to create a strong even signal. Areas with large amounts of metal are the most challenging as metal tends to "absorb" the magnetic signal. The average loop is similar in cost to a set of hearing aids and can be installed in a single day. There are specialized types of loops for unique demands such as privacy, high metal, counter top, and portable applications to name a few.

Basics of looping

How does a loop work?

ISAIAH 40:31

but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

Audio Frequency Induction Loop Systems (AFILS) also known as Induction Loop Systems or most commonly Hearing Loops operate by creating a magnetic signal broadcast in an area using an amplifier and an antennae and received by a hearing instrument or specialized listener equipped with a programmable Tele-Coil. In simplest terms, we create a loop around a listening area and broadcast directly to the hearing aid. The loop signal is broadcast in the ultra-low frequency range and as such will not cause interference with your other AV equipment. The International standard used as a guideline in all installations provides a quality experience for all users.

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