The 3V Basic Personal FM System is a FM amplication system designed for use in public settings by people who are hard of hearing. The system is designed to be simple to use, with the speaker wearing a body pack transmitter and the listener using a small personal receiver with an earphone. The system minimizes background noise. The set includes one body pack transmitter, one Lavalier microphone, one personal receiver, one mini earphone, two belt-clip cases, a soft nylon system carrying case, and
The Amigo Classroom FM System is an FM amplication system designed to make classroom activities accessible to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system consists of an educational transmitter and a multi-channel receiver. Available teacher transmitters include the Amigo T20, which is body-worn and also serves as a programming and fitting unit through a special menu; the Amigo T21, which offers the same functions as the T20 with the addition of a built-in team teaching function; the Oti
The Auto-Select Tuning Personal Receiver, model PR-75, is an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. When turned on by plugging its headphones into the audio output connector, this receiver automatically initiates the tuning sequence and makes decisions about the channel selection, tuning itself to the correct transmitter. If other transmissions need to be monitored, a manual, one-button tuning control causes the receiver to seek any other on-channel grou
The Base Station Transmitter, model BST-25/216, is a transmitter for an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This transmitter may be used for personal cueing, for tour guide applications, and language interpretation, as well as for assistive listening applications, and is compatible with the PR-216 Personal Receiver (see separate entry). It has 57 user-selectable channels in the 216-217 megahertz (MHz) range, including 38 standard narrow-band channels
This Binaural FM System with Handheld Microphone is a communication system designed for hard of hearing students to hear what their teacher is saying through wireless earphones. This FM System is comprised of a wireless microphone that the teacher wears, and tiny FM radio receivers that fit smoothly and discreetly onto a student's personal hearing aid(s). The teachers voice is picked up by the wireless microphone and sent wirelessly to the student's FM receivers. This received signal is then amp
The telex model TDR-5 binaural hearing aid and FM receiver combines two complete body type hearing aids and an FM receiver in a single compact instrument. Designed for use as a binaural auditory trainer or as part of a personal FM system in conjunction with the user's audio input or telecoil equipped hearing aid. Standard metal belt clip, body harness with locking snaps. Ink erasable label for student's name. Protected, flush fitting, plug in channel crystal. High fidelity amplifiers. Two acoust
Master binaural FM receivers. First to offer both binaural behind-the- ear (BTE) hearing aid microphones and built-in body level environmental microphones, all in the same receiver. Environmental sounds are picked up where they are the most natural. Has smaller BTE casings, high flex cords and a choice of standard or power ear hooks. For maximum flexibility, it can also be used with other transducers like button earphones, headphones or bone conduction oscillators. When used with audio input hea
The ChatPack Desktop Sound Field System, model TA-1, is an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This desktop system can be used in a classroom to increase the voice level of the teacher over background noise, or it can be used with a variety of audio sources such as a television, VCR, or DVD player. The system includes a ChatPack desktop speaker, a receiver, a transmitter, and a headset. The receiver provides a link between the wireless microphone tran
The CHORUS Universal Receiver is a personal amplification and receiver system for FM, infrared, induction loop, radio, direct audio input, and microphone input for individuals with a hearing impairment. CHORUS works with almost any make or model transmitter including its own line of FM, infrared and loop system transmitters. It may be used almost anywhere (in the home, movies, theater, places of worship, meetings) with almost any type of transmitter that might be in place. There are also persona
The Comtek Companion AT-72 FM wireless auditory assistance kit is a personal FM amplification system designed for persons who use a hearing aid. The Companion is an auditory assistance system that creates a wireless FM sound link between a transmitter worn by a speaker and a receiver worn by the person with a hearing impairment. This link enables intelligible speech to be heard even in noisy situations or locations with a lot of background noise. The kit includes the following: one M-72AT trans
The Conference Table Microphone Adapter, model TM-10, is a microphone adapter for an FM amplification system, designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This device can be used with Comtek's Personal Assistive Listening System, model AT-216 (see separate entry). When the clip-on lapel microphone included with the AT-216 is inserted into this device, it is transformed into a table-top conference microphone that functions as an acoustically tailored "boundary-type" microphone. The re
The DB-50 is a stereo FM listening system that provides up to 50 dB gain. It can be used for wide area listening situations (lectures and group meetings, dancing/sound enchancement) as well as in the home (conversation and television). It provides volume adjustments and separate left and right high frequency emphasis in stereo sound. COMPONENTS: The system consists of a stereo transmitter, receiver with two styles of headsets, microphone, AC adapters, and cables for direct connection to the
The Easy Listener is a large area FM amplification system designed for use in churches, auditoriums, theatres, civic centers, and other public and private facilities. The system plugs directly into any existing PA (public address) system. The signal is then transmitted from the amplifier or mixer to a narrow band FM transmitter, which sends the signal to lightweight wireless pocket-sized receivers. The system can be used indoors or outdoors. The standard system includes the base station, receive
FM amplification system for classroom use. Amplifier/Receiver connects to speakers and increases teachers voice level to approximately 10 or 15 dB above room noise. Will receive any of the 32 frequencies, which can be selected on site. Also accepts external audio input. Wireless microphone with transmitter is worn by the teacher and is available in 32 Narrow Band channels. Selections accomodate multi-classroom installations with no interference problems. One to four portable speakers may be used
The Easy Listener Soundfield Amplification System is a large area FM amplification system designed for use in churches, auditoriums, theatres, civic centers, and other public and private facilities. The standard system includes a transmitter with microphone and a a single channel or six-channel receiver. This portable system features simple user controls and quick installation. OPTIONS: Stand-alone or ceiling-mounted speaker clusters are available to match specific room configurations or to foc
The Extend-Ear Behind-the-Ear (BTE) FM Hearing System is an FM amplification system designed for classroom and personal use. The system consists of BTE FM receiver/hearing aid and FM wireless microphone transmitter. No external coupling is required; FM sound is received directly at ear-level by BTE FM receiver/hearing aid. Both FM and hearing aid functions are contained in the receiver unit. Mode switch allows for FM, hearing aid microphone, or both. FM antenna can flex out for range over 100 fe
The FM Satellite Wireless Auditory Trainer, models ATR 7 and ATR 7M, is an FM amplification system designed for sound enhancement in the classroom, lectures and meetings, and in conversation. The auditory trainer receiver provides a uniform teacher lead-to-ear with system compression and student adjustment for environmental level. FREQUENCY: Frequency response, 20 decibels roll of 100 hz rel. 1khz std. Optional flat response. Plug in module for frequency change externally, with model ATR 7M. FEA
The FM Satellite Wireless Receiver, model HAR 1, is an FM amplification system with a satellite receiver designed for sound enhancement and increased hearing aid performance by adding FM quality wireless reception without bulk or weight. The compact unit fits in a pocket, clips on a belt, or can be concealed on the body. The satellite receiver makes any hearing aid a wireless FM receiver, providing either monaural or bilateral amplification. Frequency response, high frequency enhancement to incr
The HEARING HELPER Personal FM System is a wireless listening system for individuals who are hard of hearing. It can be used in the classroom, watching TV, riding in a car, meetings and conferences, coaching or employee training. The system 200 features the T16-72E6 Transmitter and the R16-72E6 Receiver. The Receiver features an external microphone with a separate volume control to pick up nearby sounds or the wearer's voice. The system includes two rechargeable 6V batteries and chargers, belt c
The Hearing Helper Tour Guide System, model TGS PRO 720, is an FM amplification system designed for use by people with hearing disabilities in tours of factories, museums, power plants, and zoos; in theme parks and tourist attractions; and on bus or walking tours. This system enables users to overcome background noise and distance from the guide, even in noisy surroundings. The tour guide wears a compact, body-pack transmitter and headset microphone. Listeners use portable receivers. The system
The Hearit Personal Listening System, model 551PLS, is a personal amplification system designed for use by individuals with hearing loss. Designed for use with the Hearit Broadcaster SE systems (see entries), this device enables the user to receive direct enhanced auditory input through a personal receiver/headset in addition to the amplification provided by the classroom speaker. An unlimited number of these receivers can be used simultaneously.
The Hearit Personal Listening System, model 550PLSA, is a personal amplification system designed for use by individuals with hearing loss. Designed for use with the Hearit Broadcaster SE systems (see entries), this device enables the user to receive direct in-the-ear enhanced auditory input from an instructor in a classroom setting through a personal receiver/headset in addition to the amplification provided by the classroom speaker. An unlimited number of these receivers can be used simultaneou
The Hearit SE Broadcaster & Trainer, model 550, is a portable FM amplification system designed for use in classroom settings with special education pull-out groups or for assisting in integrating students with learning disabilities into a mainstream classroom. This set includes the Hearit SE (see entry), two speakers, a cordless headset microphone, a transmitter for the instructor, a multi-channel receiver, and a carrying case. POWER: Uses standard current; an alternating current (AC) power
The Hearit SE Broadcaster & Trainer, model 550T, is a dual-microphone portable FM amplification system designed for use in classroom settings with special education students in self-contained or inclusion classrooms. This set includes the Hearit SE (see entry), two speakers, a cordless headset microphone, a hand-held microphone, a transmitter, a multi-channel receiver, and a carrying case. POWER: Uses standard current; two alternating current (AC) power adapters are included.
The Hearit Combo, model 525, is a hearing aid accessory designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities coupled with attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or traumatic brain injury (TBI). This set is designed for those who are easily distracted and have difficulty distinguishing speech from background noise. Included are the Hearit SE, model 500, communication aid (see entry) and a neckloop telecoil for use with behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing
The Stationary FM Transmitter FM-350-S100 is a transmitter for an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This unit is a high-quality, low-powered FM transmitter intended for broadcasting within a specified auditorium or other medium-sized area, indoor or out. It connects to an existing PA system, sound board, microphone, or audio device or it can function as a stand-alone device. Those in need of listening assistance simply tune a standard FM radio rec
The Landmark Pro S110 FM Transmitter, model FM-350-S-110, is a transmitter for an FM amplification system designed for use with individuals with hearing disabilities. This large-area device is designed for use in large venues such as stadiums. The transmitter connects to an existing public address system, sound board, microphone, or other audio device or serves as a stand-alone device. System components include the transmitter, antenna, five radio receivers, five listening headsets,instruction m
The Logicom CI FM Receiver is an FM personal amplification system and cochlear implant accessory designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This small, lightweight unit lets cochlear implant users receive clear speech, without restricting physical activity. It is compatible with both ear-level and body worn processors, and connects directly to a processor via the auxiliary input. Direct connection improves signal to noise ratio and sound quality. It can also connect into a
The Microloop II is an audio loop amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. Place the loop wire around the listening area to transmit and amplify speech signals to the "T" coil switch found on many hearing aids. Designed for use in a conference or classroom setting, the system includes loop wire on a wind up spool, a clip on microphone for the primary speaker, and a carrying case. The Microloop II FM performs the same function but includes a wireless microphon
The Mikroport FM system is a personal amplification system designed to assist persons with hearing disabilities. Featuring 100 per cent frequency compatibility, this amplification system provides transmitters and receivers with 16 selectable frequencies designed to the user's specifications, allowing interfacing with existing equipment. The tramsmitter features an auxiliary socket designed to connect it to a radio or television, a microphone/antenna socket to connect clip-on microphones, and an
Telex TW 3 wireless microphone transmitter in one compact unit designed primarily for classroom use with hearing impaired students in either transmission of teacher's voice or as direct transmitter of audio output of audiovisual units. Hand held or worn around the neck. Battery status light. Audio limiter circuit prevents over modulation without over amplification of background sounds. Auxiliary input jack with switchable 10 decibel teacher voice-over capability provide convenient use with telev
Telex model TDR-4 monaural/FM receiver combines a complete body type hearing aid and an FM receiver in a single compact instrument. It is designed for use as either a monaural auditory trainer or as part of a personal FM system in conjunction with the user's audio input or telecoil equipped hearing aid. Design features as follows: Standard metal belt clip. Body harness with locking snaps. Ink erasable for student's name. Protected, flush-fitting, plug in channel crystal. High fidelity amplifier.
The Motiva Personal FM System, model PFM 360, is a FM personal amplification system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system can be used for TV or audio listening, conversing in a car or at a restaurant, or in group settings such as a classroom, where it maximizes a student's ability to hear and ensures that the speaker's message is heard clearly. The transmitter can be used to mix and broadcast a speaker´s voice plus an audio program simultaneously in one room
The Omni Basic is an FM amplification system for use in a classroom setting. It is ideal for team teaching because of its two channel option and four mountable speakers. The paskage includes two wireless FM transmitters with two AZ-95 uni-directional lavaliermicrophone for transmitters, OB-95 receiver/amplifier with auxiliary input, four speakers with adjustable brackets, speaker cables, battery charger, and power supply to power receiver/amplifier. The transmitter/reseiver has a possible accous
The Omni-2001 is an FM wireless room amplification designed for use in a classroom setting to amplify the voice of the teacher. This product benefits both the teachers and the students. The teacher does not have to strain his/her voice to reach the back of the classroom and the students don't miss out on what the teacher is saying. The teachers voice is distributed at a constant signal approximately 15 dB above the noise level throughout the classroom. It is wireless, so the teacher is able to m
The Personal Assistive Listening System, model AT-216, is an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The system includes a Comtek personal receiver and a neck loop, which are worn by the listener, and a Comtek transmitter. The personal receiver picks up the voice of the person wearing the transmitter, and the neck-loop then re-transmits it to the user's hearing aid (not included) with a "T" switch (telecoil pick-up). If hearing aids are not used, the rece
The Personal Companion Receiver, model PR-72B, is an FM amplification system designed for persons who use a hearing aid. The Receiver operates with hearing aids, earphones, headphones, or neckloop transductor to be used with M-72AT, M-72L or M-72BS base station transmitter. It can also be used for professional studio communications, personal cuing, industrial communications and individual auditory assistance. Because of extended frequency response and low noise level it can be used with video ca
The Personal FM 350 Listening System is an FM personal amplification system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This listening system allows users to hear, without distraction, at a volume that accommodates their hearing needs. The speaker wears a body-pack style wireless transmitter equipped with a lapel microphone, while the listener wears a body-pack style wireless receiver and picks up the message directly in his or her headphones by way of an FM signal, greatly
The Personal FM System is a personal FM amplification system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Both models include a portable transmitter, a portable receiver, and a carrying case. Model PFM350 also includes an environmental microphone. POWER: Both models operate for up to 10 hours per charge on two double-A batteries. DIMENSIONS: Both systems operate over a range of 150 feet.
The Personal PA FM Listening System, model PPA 375, is an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system comes with a T35 transmitter that configures itself to the appropriate settings after the user chooses between voice, music, or hearing assistance in the preset application menu. The operating distance is up to 1,000 feet allowing the system to be used in auditoriums, stadiums, theaters, and other large venues without environmental distract
The Personal PA Value Pack Wide Band, model PPA VPE, is a large area FM amplification system designed to make public facilities and events accessible to individuals who are hard of hearing. This wide-band FM system includes a compact transmitter with a "rubber duckie" antenna, four personal receivers with earphones, audio cable, wall placque, and an instruction manual. The transmitter transmits on channel E at 72.9 MegaHertz (MHz), standard frequency. POWER: The receivers are battery operated;
The Phonic Ear PE 471 Binaural FM System is an FM amplification system designed for use in a classroom. The PE 471R Binaural Student Receiver has five frequency response selections and seven output levels for each ear. It allows direct switching of FM only, FM + Environmental Mic, and Environmental Mic only. Environmental microphones are non-directional. Receiver has low battery and 'no FM' indicator lights. Students can couple the receiver with the AT 595 Behind-the-Ear Earmic, Direct Audio Inp
The Phonic Ear Conference Mic AT 530 is an FM transmission system to be used as a transmitter alternative with any Phonic Ear FM system. It combines an acoustically controlled microphone and antenna system in a single unit with no visible wires, antennae, or electronics. When placed on a table or any hard surface, it picks up the speaker's voice within a 15 ft. radius. For use in individual or group meetings.
The Phonic Ear FST (Frequency Selective Transmitter) is an FM transmission system designed for classroom use. The PE 481 FST allows one to transmit on any of the 40 narrow-band channels to any FM receiver in the 72-76 MHz band. To change transmitting frequency, remove the AT 491 color-coded System 4 RO (receiver oscillator) and insert another RO of the desired frequency. Transmitter comes with high capacity modular battery pack. Single system and expandable group battery chargers available. This
The Phonic Ear Personal FM System, model PE475, is an FM amplification system designed to improve listening conditions by reducing the effects of background noise, reverberation, and distance between the speaker and the listener for persons with hearing disabilities. The portable system is designed to provide a direct wireless transmission of the speaker's voice from a microphone-transmitter to a listener-worn receiver. It works with the user's hearing aid to increase the signal-to-noise ratio f
The Pocketalker Pro is a personal FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This lightweight unit features a large, easy-to-use volume control and full-range frequency response and is compatible with telecoil couplers or direct audio-input hearing aids. The kit includes the amplifier, a microphone, a belt clip, a television listening cord, and a carrying case. The system also comes with a choice of a wide-range earphone, a mini earphone, or lightweight head
The Siemens SFM401B is a 2-frequency, portable FM amplification system that will provide sound enhancement for television viewing, one-to-one conversation, lectures and group meetings, conferences, seminars, and music and dancing situations. It consists of a beltpack transmitter with lapel microphone and a personal headphone receiver. TRANSMISSION RANGE: Approximately 150 feet. POWER: Both components are battery-operated (transmitter requires 1 9-volt battery, the receiver requires 2 AA batterie
The Sound Field System is an FM amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The system includes a single speaker that provides full coverage for a classroom or other room. The system also includes a Comtek M-216 body pack transmitter and a Comtek PR-216 receiver, which links the transmitter to the speaker and which can also be used as a personal body-pack receiver. Additional receivers can be used by multiple listeners. The body-pack transmitter may be used with
SoundFocus is an FM amplication system designed for use in public settings by people who are hard of hearing. The system is designed to be easy to set up, and includes one speaker/receiver, one speaker, one transmitter, one lapel microphone, and a belt. POWER: Uses two rechargeable Ni-Cad double-A batteries (included). A battery charger is included. WARRANTY: Five-year warranty.
The Telex Complete Wide Area FM Sysyem, model 70679, is a personal FM amplification system allowing multiple receivers to work from one base unit. The system includes one AAT-2 high performance base unit, three single-channel receivers, and three single earbuds. POWER: battery. OPTIONS: Additional single earbuds ($8.50), dual earbuds ($10.50), headphone headsets ($10), induction neckloop assembly ($47), rechargeable batteries for transmitters ($15 per pair), rechargeable batteries for receivers
The Telex Personal Amplification System, model TW6AA, is a FM amplification system designed for use by people with hearing disabilities. The system includes a belt pack transmitter with lapel microphone and a choice of tuneable or single-channel receivers. OPTIONS: Single-channel receiver ($70) or tuneable reciever ($115).
FM amplification system can be used by individuals using belt-pack transmitter (TW 6), or by large groups using base station transmitter ( AAT 2). Same personal receivers (AAR 1 and AAR-10) used in both applications. Can be used indoors or outdoors. The base station transmitter has a range of 500 feet and includes inputs for existing PA system or a separately purchased omnidirectional microphone (TD 13, $ 138.00) and cord (ME 50, $65.00). Operates on 120 V AC power; has peak reading audio level
FM amplification system that can be used as personal system (using TW6 belt-pack transmitter) or with large groups (using AAT-2 base station transmitter). Same receivers used for both situations. Can be used in churches, theatres, indoors or outdoors. The base station transmitter reaches up to 500 feet and includes inputs for both existing PA system or a microphone (TD13 omnidirectional mic $198 separately). The latter also requires purchase of separate cord (ME50 for $87.) Operates on 120 V AC
The Telex Model TDR-4AA Monaural Hearing Aid/Wireless FM Receiver is an FM amplification system designed for classroom and personal use. It combines an environmental microphone, dual hearing aid amplifiers (with separate volume and SPL controls for each) and an FM receiver in one unit. It has an enhanced low-frequency response and is compatible with all standard FM transmitters. Button earphones are available for non-hearing aid users. Hearing aid users can couple to the receiver via an inductio
The TDR-7AA Binaural hearing Aid/Wireless FM Receiver is an FM amplification system that consists of a binaural FM receiver and hearing aid combination, designed for classroom and personal use. It combines dual environmental microphones, dual hearing aid amplifiers (with separate calibrated volume, gain, tone and SPL controls for each) and an FM receiver in a body-worn unit. Button earphones or behind-the-ear units are available for non-hearing aid users. Hearing aid users can couple to the rece
The Telex Model TW-4AA Wireless FM Transmitter is a transmitter for an FM amplification system. The TW-4AA is a single-channel, wireless FM transmitter designed to transmit voice and auxiliary input signals. It is intended for classroom or personal use. It is compatible with all Telex TDR series FM receivers and other FM receivers approved for use in the narrow band channels. FEATURES INCLUDE: adaptive compression; adjustable gain control with a 20 dB range; AA-size batteries; main and auxiliary
The Three Position Charger, model ATC 3, is an FM amplification unit designed to charge up to 3 receivers and/or transmitters overnight. The charger is built into a high impact plastic case. POWER: 117 volts, 60 hz. DIMENSIONS: 10 x 4 x 7.5 inches. WEIGHT: 2.5 pounds.
The Wireless FM Speaker System, model SFM311S, is a 2-frequency FM amplification system designed to provide sound enhancement to television viewing, conversation, and music and dancing, and other in-home listening situations. The system includes two transmitters, a base transmitter to be placed near the sound source, and a pickup microphone that can be attached to the speaker of the television, radio, etc. The pickup microphone comes with cables for line-input connection to the audio source. REC
The Wireless FM Teacher Microphone Transmitter, model ATT3, is an FM amplification system designed for use with the Wireless FM Binaural Student Receiver (see separate entry) to provide sound enhancement in the classroom, in lectures and meetings, and in conversation. TRANSMITTER: The microphone transmitter is crystal controlled, and has two channel transmitting capability by switch selection. The electret type microphone has a cord separate from the transmitter and a velcro fastener with a clip
The Wireless Microphone Transmitter and Receiver, models M-216 and PR-216, is a wireless microphone transmitter and receiver for an FM amplification system, designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The transmitter can transmit and the receiver can receive on a total of 57 synthesized channels (19 high fidelity channels and 38 standard channels) in the 216-217 megahertz (MHz) Low Power Radio Service (LPRS) band. The operating range is 200 feet. The transmitter's microcontroller a