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Loop teleloop system for television and music


Loop is a teleloop system that makes it possible for hearing aid users to hear the sound from their television and/or stereo system directly in their hearing aid without disturbing background noise.

Pump up the volume!
Loop amplifies the sound and wirelessly sends it to the hearing aid. Therefore, you can turn up the volume as high as you like without having to consider disturbing the rest of the household or neighbours.

As an alternative to the included room loop, Loop can also be used with a cushion loop. A cushion loop is recommended in apartment blocks to avoid disturbance from other teleloop systems.

Hear alarms and ringtones
Use Loop with the alert transmitters Detect Door, Detect and/or Observer and take full advantage of your teleloop system. Loop turns off the sound from your TV or stereo system in the following situations:

You would instead hear the alarm/ringtone directly in your hearing aid.

Loop can be used with any hearing aid with a telecoil (T or M/T setting). Field comes with a room loop that covers up to 70m2 and an adapter set.

How Loop works


  1. The Loop amplifier is placed near the television without inconvenient connections.
  2. An inconspicuous loop cable is placed in the listening area.
  3. A hearing aid with a telecoil set in the T or M/T position allows one to enjoy a crisp and clear TV signal in the teleloop area whilst the other listeners use a suitable volume.

Product comparison
Compare our television and stereo system solutions here.


A typical teleloop system consists of an amplifier connected to a TV and/or stereo system and a teleloop placed along the wall or panelling in the room where the user wishes to hear the TV/stereo. The teleloop amplifier transmits the sound out to the teleloop. A hearing aid (in the T-setting) will capture the sound from the teleloop.


A room loop is a teleloop that is placed along the panelling in the room where you will use the teleloop system to hear the television or stereo.


If you live in a flat where your neighbours may also have a teleloop system installed, it can be necessary to use a cushion loop instead of the included room loop. This prevents sound contamination to/from your neighbours.


Many hearing aids have a telecoil (T and M/T setting) that allows sound to be received wirelessly from a teleloop, neckloop or a teleloop system. The user can choose the volume and hear the sound directly in the hearing aid without disturbing background noise.