Even though you may have a good sound system, people using hearing aids may still have trouble hearing or understanding what the speaker is saying. What if you could have the output of your sound system go right into someone's hearing aid so they could hear the message right in their ears? You can do just that with a device called a neck-worn loop induction coil - or neckloop for short.
To use a neckloop, you simply place it over your head and around your neck. It then plugs into the earphone jack of the assistive listening unit. All you have to do is switch your T-Coil on and you are ready to go. If some of your listeners could benefit from a neckloop, we recommend the Williams Sound NKL001, an 18" neckloop that can be used with any Williams Sound hearing assistance system receiver or personal listening receiver. It will also work with any device that has 8-16 ohms of audio output through a 3.5mm mono jack - such as TVs, VCRs and CD players.