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Hearing Loop System

Hearing loops are a type of assistive listening device used by people with hearing aids / cochlear implants. They work by cutting out unwanted background noise as sound goes directly into the telecoil receiver in a person’s hearing aid. Hearing loops work with the help of a microphone, an amplifier and a loop cable, which acts as an antenna to direct sound toward a hearing aid.

At YVR, guests can find hearing loop systems across the airport at information counters marked with the universal hearing loop sign.

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