Hearing Loops

In The Loop

In The Loop


General Info

Imagine going to your place of worship or a play or movie and pressing a button, automatically connecting you to the venue's sound system, and automatically turning your hearing aids or cochlear implant into a wireless in-the-ear loudspeaker delivering sound customized to your own hearing loss.

A hearing loop is a piece of equipment and associated wire installed in public places or in homes that transmits sound from a specific source. For example, if installed in a theatre, hearing loops will send out what’s being said by the actors in the form of a magnetic field. This field can then be picked up by any hearing aid with a T-Coil. This technology puts sounds directly into the hearing aid and eliminates common hearing difficulties experienced by those with hearing loss in these difficult hearing environments.

The next time you’re visiting Ahrens, ask for a demonstration of the system and we’ll show you how we can get you in the loop! If you think this might be a benefit to your local community center, church, synagogue, temple, movie theatre, etc., please let us know. We'll be happy to speak with you about the benefits of hearing loops!

 


For more comprehensive, unbiased information on hearing loops, please visit: 

http://www.hearingloop.org/


 

Our mission regarding hearing loops

We are people and members of the community just like our patients and are always on the lookout for audiology services and products that can improve the help we can offer to those with hearing loss (it is why we are in business after all). Hearing loops are something that we believe truly make a difference. It has been proven in other parts of the US. This is why we have made this one of our “missions”. 

In order to accelerate the existence of hearing loops, we've invested in the training necessary to properly install a hearing loop. We also hope that the spread of hearing loops will motivate audio professionals to add this to their list of services available.

In our opinion, the more loops there are, the happier those with hearing loss (and those without it) will be! So, please do not hesitate to contact us with questions and start speaking up about this! Our community leaders are more likely to act if they know people are having difficulty hearing and the only way they will know is if you tell them. 

Community Outreach

As passionate as we are about hearing loops, we would be thrilled to speak at any venue about hearing loops. We can also bring along equipment to set up a temporary hearing loop to show the benefits live so you are not just taking our word! The more people we can educate about this, the more success we will all have in making a looped community a reality like it is in other parts of the country and world for that matter!

Interested in a loop system?

If you have reached our site with interest in how a loop system might benefit your organization, or if you are interested in a demonstration and price quote, please visit Loop NJ or call our office at 201-794-0120. We have been offering audiology services and hearing aids to residents of Fair Lawn, Hackensack and Paramus, New Jersey since 1968. Please contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

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General Info

Imagine going to your place of worship or a play or movie and pressing a button, automatically connecting you to the venue's sound system, and automatically turning your hearing aids or cochlear implant into a wireless in-the-ear loudspeaker delivering sound customized to your own hearing loss.

A hearing loop is a piece of equipment and associated wire installed in public places or in homes that transmits sound from a specific source. For example, if installed in a theatre, hearing loops will send out what’s being said by the actors in the form of a magnetic field. This field can then be picked up by any hearing aid with a T-Coil. This technology puts sounds directly into the hearing aid and eliminates common hearing difficulties experienced by those with hearing loss in these difficult hearing environments.

The next time you’re visiting Ahrens, ask for a demonstration of the system and we’ll show you how we can get you in the loop! If you think this might be a benefit to your local community center, church, synagogue, temple, movie theatre, etc., please let us know. We'll be happy to speak with you about the benefits of hearing loops!

 


For more comprehensive, unbiased information on hearing loops, please visit: 

http://www.hearingloop.org/


 

Our mission regarding hearing loops

We are people and members of the community just like our patients and are always on the lookout for audiology services and products that can improve the help we can offer to those with hearing loss (it is why we are in business after all). Hearing loops are something that we believe truly make a difference. It has been proven in other parts of the US. This is why we have made this one of our “missions”. 

In order to accelerate the existence of hearing loops, we've invested in the training necessary to properly install a hearing loop. We also hope that the spread of hearing loops will motivate audio professionals to add this to their list of services available.

In our opinion, the more loops there are, the happier those with hearing loss (and those without it) will be! So, please do not hesitate to contact us with questions and start speaking up about this! Our community leaders are more likely to act if they know people are having difficulty hearing and the only way they will know is if you tell them. 

Community Outreach

As passionate as we are about hearing loops, we would be thrilled to speak at any venue about hearing loops. We can also bring along equipment to set up a temporary hearing loop to show the benefits live so you are not just taking our word! The more people we can educate about this, the more success we will all have in making a looped community a reality like it is in other parts of the country and world for that matter!

Interested in a loop system?

If you have reached our site with interest in how a loop system might benefit your organization, or if you are interested in a demonstration and price quote, please visit Loop NJ or call our office at 201-794-0120. We have been offering audiology services and hearing aids to residents of Fair Lawn, Hackensack and Paramus, New Jersey since 1968. Please contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

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