Hearing Loop-Vendors

A variety of established European and mostly new American manufacturers are designing and marketing hearing loop amplifiers for a wide variety of installations, from home TV rooms to taxi back seats and ticket windows to cathedrals.

hearingloop.org cannot identify all firms who sells hearing loop products, nor can it evaluate the quality of their products or services.

Hearing Loop Installers

For a state-by-state list of hearing loop installers, who also include equipment, checkout the hearing loop installer webpage, with resources, best practices, and international standards.

Hearing Loop Equipment Manufacturers

Many of the following companies can direct you to recommended installers of their products. Many of these belong to the International Hearing Loop Manufacturers Association (IHLMA) and are, therefore, pledged to its high quality standards. Contact IHLMA for recommendations.

  • AB Transistor, a Swedish inventor and manufacturer of T-SIGN, which makes it easy to verify the function of the hearing loop system.
  • Ampetronic, a British company whose hearing loop products are in use worldwide. [can recommend installers]
  • Audio Directions, a New Jersey-based American manufacturer of hearing loop products, especially for small area situations (e.g., counter/reception areas). [can recommend installers]
  • Bo Edin, a Swedish hearing loop manufacturer of Univox products for home (including a simple chair pad system) and institutions. [can recommend installers]
  • Center for Hearing Loss Help, Vendor self-description: Home hearing loop kits, commercial hearing loop amplifiers, plus other products to assist hearing.
  • Contacta Inc., experienced American hearing loop manufacturing and design, as part of a leading loop provider worldwide, Contacta Ltd.  [can recommend installers]
  • HARC: Vendor self-description: “Hearing solutions for a better lifestyle.”
  • Hearing Loop Systems, Vendor self-description: “Nationwide hearing loop system design and installation: Churches, airports, classrooms, pharmacies, meeting rooms.”
  • inLOOP, an American manufacturer of home and institutional hearing loop systems. is distributed through hearing centers via the internet at American Loops
  • LoopAmerica, an American manufacturer, which has developed digital hearing loop drivers for both large area and home applications. Vendor self-description: “Online source for residential, commercial, and portable hearing loop systems.” [can recommend installers]
  • Oval Window Audio, a longtime American manufacturer of a full line of hearing loop equipment. Oval Window products are sold and installed by contractors and dealers across North America. [can recommend installers]
  • WilliamsAV “has many hearing loop products that can suit your project.” [can recommend installers]

Portable Counter Hearing Loops

Home TV Hearing Loops

American companies whose business focus includes home hearing loop products and services include:


Catalogs and stores that sell assistive listening devices, portable assistive listening systems, and other related products (this website)