An Assistive Listening Device is used to improve hearing ability for people in a variety of situations. A common usage is to aid people who are hard of hearing by amplification and better sound to noise ratio. We believe that the best Assistive Listening Device is a hearing aid. Listening options are available with most hearing aids, commonly they are Bluetooth, tele-coil and a microphone interface. these devices can be used to help people hear televisions, other audio devices and also to help people hear through looped systems that are often available in theaters, places of worship and lecture halls. Many hearing aids include or have the option to include a tele-coil which works with looped systems. A microphone option can be used to capture an audio source near to its origin and broadcast it wirelessly over an FM transmission or IR (Infra Red) transmission. through an interface a person can hear this broadcast directly in their hearing aids.