ALDs: It's Not Just About the Hearing AidBy DiIulio, Renee ; Hearing Products Report,
Publication Date: May/June 2007
Article focuses on assistive listening devices designed to enhance quality of life for people with auditory disabilities. The ClearSounds CSC50 from ClearSounds Communications is discussed, as the telephone provides maximum amplification and caller identification features. The telephone also features large buttons, a speakerphone, a headset jack, and a phone book to store numbers. The CST25 Amplified Impressions Sight and Sound Phone is also an analog phone with volume amplification, as well as a speaker phone, a loud ringer, and a flashing ring strobe. The CST25 also features a 7.4-inch caller identification screen. ClearSounds also sells the WS1 Wake and Shake UltraClear Sound Shaping Alarm Clock, which has a vibrating unit that features volume control, tone control, a flashing strobe display, and a telephone ringer signal. The Direct Ear SET 100 from Sennheiser Electronic Corporation is a television listening system that includes an infrared transmitter that connects directly to televisions, VCRs, and other compatible audio sources.
Assistive Products Discussed: DIRECT EAR
CLEARSOUNDS WAKE & SHAKE ALARM CLOCK (MODEL CS-WS1)
Published by: Ascend Media LLC (Website:http://www.ascendmedia.com)
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