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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Small audio loop to be used in one-on-one conversations. Induction loop systems are commercially available but are quite expensive. This document includes a reprinted article, "Induction Loop Systems" from Hearing Impairments, Vol 36, No 2 (1985) pp 26-29?. It uses simple audio equipment and provides diagrams on construction and how to install it. SKILLS REQUIRED: Electronics. AUTHOR:Paschell, William. TITLE: Do-it-Yourself Listening and Signaling Devices for People with Hearing Impairment. REF: Monograph: available from William Paschell, 3717 May St., Wheaton, MD 20906, 301-946-0037. 1988.
Notes: Detailed article on building an audio loop: Letowski, T. Donahue, M.A. and Nabelek, A.K. "Induction Loop Listening System Designed for a Classroom." Veteran's Administration Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, Vol 23, No 1, pp 63-69 (1986).
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