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T-SIGN Helps Improve Hearing Accessibility Through Update of Hearing Loop Standard

Audio frequency hearing loop systems (AFILS), also named hearing loops, are defined by international  standards, that means millions of hearing aid users around the world can hear better in airports, trains, theaters, cinemas, hotels, shops, universities, and other places.  With the pandemic, the need for hearing loops has increased further because people to a greater…

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Phonak Marvel Hearing Aids Now Available with Telecoil and New SlimTip Titanium

Phonak’s popular Marvel hearing aids, launched in October 2018 as the first hearing aid to offer universal Bluetooth streaming connectivity, are now available in models offering telecoil. With universal Bluetooth streaming, the Audéo Marvel devices remains the only hearing aids capable of direct audio streaming from countless Bluetooth enabled devices in stereo sound, including Android…

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They told me hearing loops are on the way out…

By Stephen O. Frazier, Hearing Loss Support Specialist I have enormous respect and gratitude for the many fine, conscientious, caring hearing care professionals I’ve met over the years but there are some who, it appears to me, are either not up to date on an old but still invaluable technology – telecoils – or for…

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