Installers are the unsung heroes, the technical experts who crawl on the floor, lay the copper wire, and design systems so that all can hear.
Hearing Loop Northwest
P. Spencer Norby
522 N. Proctor #519
Tacoma, WA 98406
firstname.lastname@example.orgNow Hear THIS
1134 57th PL SE
Auburn, WA. 98082
Listen Technologies (local and global)
425-996-0228 x 108 or 425-418-4388
Brown Audio Service (Ohio)
Hearing Loop Systems, Inc. (Michigan)
Metro Hearing Loop
11 Hallock Dr, Suite 1
Washingtonville, NY 10992
These key manufacturers can provide general information and can recommend installers for their products.
Ampetronic (marketed by Williams Sound in the U.S.)
Bo Edin (manufactures Univox products)
Note: We make no recommendations for installers, and we do not receive any financial gain from installers or from any installation. The firms we list have installed many loop systems, and we provide this list as a service to the public.
If a potential installer suggests that you adopt an FM or infrared assistive listening system instead, we urge you to stress that your primary concern is the system’s user-friendliness, so the loop is your preferred choice.
Regardless of which installer you choose, make sure that in the loop contract, the system and the installation both are guaranteed to meet the International Standard for audio frequency loop systems (IEC-60118-4). Clear signage must also be provided, and the consumer must know how to link to the hearing loop system.