A hearing loop, also known as an audio induction loop or telecoil loop, is a special type of sound system designed to assist individuals with hearing aids or cochlear implants. It works on the principle of electromagnetic induction, transmitting sound directly to the telecoil inside these devices, eliminating background noise. Commonly found in public spaces like theaters and churches, it offers a clearer listening experience without the need for additional equipment. Luckily, there are a number of buildings and facilities in the NYC area with hearing loops installed. Search below to find a looped venue.