telecoil


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telecoil (T-coil),

(tel'ĕ-koyl),
An induction coil in a hearing aid for receiving electromagnetic signals from a telephone or a loop amplification system.
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On the other hand, if a hearing loop is available, it's easy for people to just flip a switch on their hearing aids in order to change to 'T' mode and get sound from the telecoil rather than through the normal 'M' or microphone mode.
They are pioneers in the development and manufacturing of magnetic telecoils and miniature transducers, key components for products such as hearing aids, receivers and microphones.
Engineered to be hearing aid compatible, users of telecoil hearing aids are able to communicate effectively without feedback or unwanted background noise.
Today, the company is an industry-recognized pioneer in the development of miniature transducer and telecoil technology, and has more than 85 employees.
The ESPrit 3G is the only BTE in the cochlear implant industry to offer: * A built-in telecoil that allows recipients wireless access to hearing-aid compatible telephones.
In addition, travelers that use a BTE (behind-the-ear) or ITE (in-the-ear) hearing aid with a built-in telecoil (t-coil or t-switch) can use their neckloop telecoil coupler, which magnetically couples with the provided receiver.
ESPrit(TM) 3G is world's first behind-the-ear (BTE) speech processor with built-in telecoil and plug-in FM receiver for telephone and TV use
The phones, combined with a Nokia LPS-1 Loopset, provide those persons with a Telecoil (T-coil) hearing aid, a convenient and comfortable way to carry and use a CDMA phone to its full potential.
Nokia today announced the availability of a new Telecoil (T-coil) hearing aid compatible accessory designed specifically to provide improved communications for the hearing impaired.
Hearing Loss Association of Lane County - The association will host a presentation on telecoils from 7 p.