Submitted by Dr. Al Turri, Au.D. Founder and Director of Harmony Hearing Centers of America, One Senior Place Resident Business

As a Doctor of Audiology, the biggest problems I hear about are hearing in noise and understanding the television from a distance.  Even with the most modern hearing technology, those situations from a distance can be challenging.  In difficult listening settings, hearing loops are a great solution.  

A hearing loop is a wire connected to an electronic sound source that wirelessly transmits sound to a hearing aid.  In order to hear in a hearing loop, you need a hearing aid that is equipped with a telecoil that receives the signal from the loop and sends it directly to the hearing aid, eliminating much of the background noise.

Public places that will benefit from hearing loops are theaters, places of worship, auditoriums, and meeting rooms.  A hearing loop was recently installed at the Kings Ridge clubhouse by our certified looping team.  If your hearing aids have a telecoil feature, simply use your T-Coil program so that you can benefit from the hearing loop with customized hearing correction that your hearing aids provide.

Demo our affordable home loop system installed in our office by stopping in any time.  It will revolutionize the way you watch television or listen to music but possibly bring tears to your eyes due to amazement!  I will gladly activate the telecoil feature in your hearing aids and instruct you on how to use it at no charge.  I will provide you with information on how to get a hearing loop for your home or your place of worship.


Dr. Al Turri, Au.D. Founder and Director of Harmony Hearing Centers of AmericaIf you are experiencing hearing loss, dizziness or ringing in your ears you can speak to Dr. Turri by calling (352) 729-3377 or emailing him at

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