Audio Induction Loop for 1:1 Conversations (PDF)

HMC2017-countertop-2904The Desktop Loop (ILP) is an all-in-one personal-sized induction field generator for use with telecoil equipped hearing aids. The Desktop Loop combines an induction loop amplifier and the induction loop itself in a light weight case. It comes equipped with a rear-mounted internal microphone and two additional microphone ports – one port for a top-mounted mini-shotgun mic and a second port for a goose neck mic (shown below). The rugged construction and commercial-grade, washable material can stand up to daily use and features the internationally recognized symbol for an induction loop system. The listening field generated by the Counter Loop accommodates people standing or sitting and is ideal for locations where space is limited. The unit can stand alone on its hinged adjustable plate or be wall- or window-mounted with an optional, clear snap-on mount. Portable units feature an internal re-chargeable battery that provides 12-14 hours of uninterrupted, untethered use.

ILU1 UnderCounter Loop (PDF)

The ILU1 Under-the-Counter loop is intended to be mounted under desktops and counters in situations where surface area is limited. The large 17” x 9” loop creates a generous field that can reach users standing near the desk or counter. The ILA05 Amplifier and M1 External Gooseneck Microphone are included with this system, along with mounting hardware and accessories.

Induction Loop Seat Cushion (PDF)

The Seat Cushion Induction Loop (ILS) creates a personal-sized induction loop field for telecoil equipped hearing aids. The seat cushion works in conjunction with the ILA10 amplifier which allows a microphone or alternative audio source to be broadcast through the cushion. The commercial-grade, resilient cushion can withstand common use. Optionally, the cushion can feature the internationally recognized symbol for an induction loop system. The field size generated by the Seat Cushion Induction Loop is large enough that it can accommodate people of any height in a sitting position.  The Seat Cushion Loop is ideal for use in an audiologist’s fitting room.

Audio Induction Loop Overhead Disc (PDF)

The Overhead Loop (ILO) works in conjunction with Emcom’s ILA10 amplifier which allows a microphone or alternative sound source to be broadcast through the overhead disc. Designed to be mounted overhead for optimal performance, it can also be mounted on walls or within or under furniture. The ILO is a complete, low profile induction loop system that requires only power and an audio input.

Induction Loop Receiver TH1 (PDF)

ILP and listeners with buds txtThe Trans Hearing Listener (TH1) is a battery-powered, portable, receiver that allows the user to benefit from an Audio Frequency Induction Loop System using a standard pair of stereo headphones. The lightweight and compact TH1 is small enough to be worn in a shirt or jacket pocket. It can also be worn on a belt using the attached belt clip or around the neck using the attached lanyard.

The TH1 features a standard 3.5 mm jack for headphones, a volume control, and two switch-selected audio modes: one for normal environments and another that filters out low end interference, if it is present. A 3-LED meter continuously displays the strength of the induction loop signal.

The TH1 is powered by two easily accessed AA batteries and is turned on by selecting an audio mode and by plugging in the headset. This feature allows the headset to remain plugged in when the unit is not in use.

Induction Loop Amplifiers (Full Room for Group Presentations)

Emcom Induction Loop Amplifiers (ILA-05, -10 and -20) are designed to drive small, medium and large-sized induction loops to convey clear, strong audio to users of hearing aids and cochlear implants. They are suitable for use during one-to-one conversations as well as large group presentations.

Audio Directions is pleased to work with a network of licensed and experienced Loop designers/installers that provide free, no-obligation, proposals based upon doing a site analysis that takes into account physical measurements and acoustical properties of any space.  In some instances and locations, partial funding for looping projects is available.