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Improve Upon Hearing Loss with These Two Assistive Listening Devices

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http://budurl.com/amermanhattanbeach Devices that are used in coordination with a typical hearing aid or implant to help make the sounds of the environment more accessible for an individual with hearing loss are known as assistive listening devices.

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Improve Upon Hearing Loss with These Two Assistive Listening Devices

  1. 1. Improve Upon Hearing Loss with These Two Assistive Listening Devices Devices that are used in coordination with a typical hearing aid or implant to help make the sounds of the environment more accessible for an individual with hearing loss are known as assistive listening devices. In general, hearing aids and implants are used as a way to enhance conversational speech where you are speaking with a person one-on-one without a lot of background noise. However, when you are in a situation where there is alot of noise in your environment or you are trying to hear someone talkingfrom a distance you may need the assistance. Anytime there is an extremeamount of noise in your environment, it might warrant the added support ofone of these units.FM SystemsThese are extremely popular and very useful in an educational setting. Theyare considered a micro-radio transmission system that helps to maximizethe sound of the speaker’s voice. In an educational situation, the speakerwill be able to speak into a miniscule microphone that is attached to theircollar. The sound will then be sent wirelessly through to the student’shearing device using an FM signal. Adults in a variety of listening situationscan benefit from one of these systems as well.Sound Field Systems Visit one of Seven Convenient Locations633 North Central 2809 N. Sepulveda Blvd. 6229 West 87th StreetGlendale, CA 91203 Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 Westchester, CA 90045(818) 396-8161 (310) 773-4453 (310) 773-445320911 Earl Street, Suite 470 4640 Admiralty Way Suite 1020 Marina del 3875 Wilshire Boulevard, Ste 302Torrance, CA 90503 Rey, CA 90292 Los Angeles, CA 90010(310) 803-9501 (310) 773-4453 (213) 536-4543 1318 Second Street, Suite 1 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 773-3972 Website: www.AmericanHearingBalance.com
  2. 2. One of the other popular forms of listening devices is the sound field system.The teacher can wear a small microphone that is wireless. Then the sound issent into speakers that are placed around the classroom to help enhance thesignal for their speech. Not only are these units beneficial for studentsdealing with a hearing impairment, but they are also great at improving theacoustics within the classroom setting for everyone involved. Visit one of Seven Convenient Locations633 North Central 2809 N. Sepulveda Blvd. 6229 West 87th StreetGlendale, CA 91203 Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 Westchester, CA 90045(818) 396-8161 (310) 773-4453 (310) 773-445320911 Earl Street, Suite 470 4640 Admiralty Way Suite 1020 Marina del 3875 Wilshire Boulevard, Ste 302Torrance, CA 90503 Rey, CA 90292 Los Angeles, CA 90010(310) 803-9501 (310) 773-4453 (213) 536-4543 1318 Second Street, Suite 1 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 773-3972 Website: www.AmericanHearingBalance.com

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