Almost any space or situation can include a hearing loop and there are numerous solutions available to accomplish the goal of including a hearing loop. Perhaps you want to loop an entire room, theater, auditorium, etc... OR you want to loop a ticket window, help desk, doctors office,  reception window, etc...


There are options for all situations, see below for an explanation of the two main variations of loop systems and keep in mind there is likely a solution for your particular application!

 Entire Room Loop

An entire room loop is just that, a loop covering all (or most) of an entire room. This can be accomplished in many ways however each room is unique and requires a specific type of loop system to ensure the proper signal in all applicable areas of the room. Types of hearing loops which might be necessary include:

  • Perimeter 

  • Figure 8

  • Phased Array

  • Cancellation Loop

One on One Loop

One on one loops encompass various types of interaction points where two people are communicating and there is a small loop (of various forms) to enable better hearing. 

  • "Counter Top" type loops are versatile units designed to be placed between two people, with a built in or external microphone, which creates a small loop that the user can connect to. The "sign" sits on the counter and acts as a visual indicator that a loop is available, but also as the loop amplifier and wiring itself... all in one. 

  • "Under Counter" type loops consist of wiring installed under a counter which provides a loop signal to any user standing in front of the desk, window, counter, etc... A microphone is situated near the person speaking and the voice is sent via the hearing loop to the loop user. A small loop amplifier is placed under the desk to power the system.