We aimed to investigate whether different transmission settings of the dual-transmit technology may influence the amount of heat induction around an implant material dependent on its location within the magnetic field. Metallic hip implants were positioned in the magnet of a 3-T scanner at various lateral offset positions in relation to the magnetic axis in a body-phantom tank filled with polyacrylic acid gel. The temperature increase close to the implants was measured during turbo spin-echo scanning using dual-channel parallel radiofrequency (RF) transmission with circular in comparison to elliptic RF polarization. Circularly polarized transmission (CPT) induced higher temperature increases (maximum 6.2 °C) than elliptically polarized transmission (EPT) (maximum 1.5 °C). The heat induction was dependent on the distance to the isocenter with increased heating by increased distance to the isocenter. EPT showed lower heating around implants compared to the CPT as commonly used in single-transmission system; further, less heating was observed for both transmission settings closer to the magnet isocenter.