Using a T-coil loop (also known as an induction loop) with a Bluetooth device can be a helpful solution for individuals with hearing aids or cochlear implants that have a T-coil feature. A T-coil is a small coil of wire that is built into some hearing devices and is used to pick up electromagnetic signals, such as those generated by an induction loop system. An induction loop system, often referred to as a hearing loop, transmits sound directly to the T-coil-equipped hearing device, improving audio clarity in certain environments.

To use a T-coil loop with a Bluetooth device, you’ll generally follow these steps:

1. Check for T-Coil Compatibility: First, ensure that your hearing aid or cochlear implant has a T-coil feature and is activated. This might involve consulting your device’s user manual or contacting your audiologist.

2. Bluetooth Transmitter: You’ll need a Bluetooth transmitter that is compatible with hearing loop systems. This device will take the Bluetooth signal from your source device (like a smartphone, TV, or computer) and convert it into an electromagnetic signal that can be picked up by your hearing aid’s T-coil.

3. Connect Bluetooth Transmitter: Follow the instructions provided with the Bluetooth transmitter to pair it with your source device. This often involves putting the transmitter into pairing mode, searching for it on your source device’s Bluetooth settings, and completing the pairing process.

4. Set Up the T-Coil Loop: The T-coil loop is typically installed in specific locations, such as a room, a theater, a church, or a public transportation station. Look for signs indicating the presence of a hearing loop system. The loop might be installed around the perimeter of the room or in a specific area, such as near a ticket counter.

5. Activate the T-Coil: Once you’re in the area with the T-coil loop, switch your hearing aid or cochlear implant to the T-coil mode. This might involve changing a setting on your device or pressing a specific button, depending on your model.

6. Enjoy Improved Sound: With your hearing aid or cochlear implant in T-coil mode and the Bluetooth transmitter connected to your source device, you should now be able to hear the audio directly through your hearing device. The T-coil picks up the electromagnetic signal from the induction loop and converts it into a sound that is clearer and more focused than ambient noise.


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Artone Bluetooth Transmitter

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  • Bluetooth transmitter that enables any non-Bluetooth TV or audio source to transmit Bluetooth signals & communicate with the Artone 3 Bluetooth Loopset 
  • Transmits the audio signal from the sound source directly to the hearing aid via the telecoil
  • Easily connects to any music player
  • Operating range: 33 ft
  • One (1) year warranty

Additional information

Hearing loops and induction coils are not new. They work well and can help you hear in a personal loop where you can create your own or in a venue. Get in the Loop!

Are you having trouble hearing on TV or computer Zoom calls?

We have TV computer audio help and streamers to use with your hearing aid.

We carry multiple brands. Call if you are not sure which one will work with your TV or hearing aid.


If you don't have a phone that connects directly to your hearing aid, there might be a phone streamer that you can connect to help you hear better on your phone.

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