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Binaural FM System with Handheld Microphone

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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 amplified by the student's hearing aid.

Technical Specifications: 

Includes 2 wireless receivers C1, C2, or C3.

  • Receiver # esd0478600
  • Binaural Receiver # esd0478900
  • Transmitter # esd0479000
  • Dynamic # esd0527700

An audio shoe device is necessary for connecting the student's personal hearing aid(s) to the receiver (must be purchased separately). The audio shoe can be purchased from Phonak. See an educational audiologist.

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as of: 
01/05/2016
Binaural FM System with Handheld Microphone

Made By:

Ohio School For The Deaf
Ohio School For The Deaf Organization Type: 
Public
The vision statement for the Ohio School for the Deaf is, "The Ohio School for the Deaf will be recognized as the premier school for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the state and the nation by the year 2004."
Address: 
Fax: 614-728-4060
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
614-728-1422
TTY: 
614-728-1422
Web Address: 
http://ohioschoolforthedeaf.org/
 
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