Complete Hearing Solutions LLC, St. Petersburg Hearing Loop installer, helps people hear TV clearly with hearing aids

Last month I met Jim Scott and Matthew King at the Sarasota Hearing Help Expo.

Complete Hearing Solutions LLC is a hearing loop systems installation and distribution company holding a Florida Limited Energy Systems Specialist License, #ES12001411. They provide the complete design and installation of Loop Systems in any commercial venue. They also serve as a distributor for the manufacturers of the Loop equipment which allows them to consult with and provide equipment and installation design and engineering to sound contractors, A/V contractors, Loop installers, and architectural firms.

What are Hearing Loops? Hearing Loops, although a tried and true technology, are relatively new to the US. Over the past few years, the popularity and prevalence of Hearing Loops has begun to dramatically increase because they give a superb listening experience in public places to people who suffer from hearing loss. They work especially well with hearing aids but also connect to other listening devices.

Hearing Loops can now be found in houses of worship, auditoriums, conference rooms, theaters, pharmacies, banks, professional sport ball parks and many more places.

Few people know that this remarkable technology can be economically installed in their home and is especially effective to improve the dialog on television programs and movies.

You can find a wealth of information on Hearing Loops by visiting

Call them at 800-277-1182.

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