Old technology seen as useful for people with hearing impairments

04/10/2012 | Washington Post, The

Amid many advances in technology, some say an old technology can be particularly helpful for those who have hearing impairments. Hearing loops are wires that circle a room or area, connecting cochlear devices or hearing aids -- equipped with telecoil features -- to sound systems, bypassing ambient noise. Some advocates are encouraging performance venues and other locations in the U.S. to install the loops, which are used in locations across the country and the world but are far from commonplace.

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