An induction loop system takes advantage of the “T” or loop facility that is built into most hearing aids.
The main advantage of using the loop facility is that it can minimise the distracting effect of background noise and so enhance the sounds you want to hear making them easier to understand.
Because the loop receiver facility is built into your hearing aid you will not need to wear an additional receiver.
The principle of a loop system is bit like radio. A transmitter sends the sound direct to your hearing aid which has a built-in receiver known as the loop facility. Hearing aids with this facility are often referred to as having a telecoil fitted in them.