Professional FM Listener
FM listener for people who are hearing impaired
The portable range of radio systems can be used as an alternative to an induction loop system. They come complete with a radio microphone transmitter, radio receiver with neck loop or stethofork headphone and charger. The radio system can be effective up to 25 metres.
When a radio transmission system is used, people who are hearing impaired can use a radio receiver with neck loop or headphones to hear sound. The radio microphone transmits an FM (Frequency Modulation) radio carrier signal up to 25 metres. A direct copy of the audio signal reaching the microphone is picked up by the radio receiver (neck loop or headphones) and the signal is converted back to sound for the wearer to hear. The compact, wireless radio microphone/transmitter provides enhanced sound level and clarity, near or far away from the user. Users can focus on the sounds they want to hear by selecting their desired mode of hearing - whether the zoom setting for focused hearing and one-to-one conversations or the omni-directional setting for group discussions and social gatherings. For an individual the microphone can be held and used on the zoom setting. This setting has a sound pick up area much like a concentrated torch beam, enabling the user to point the microphone at the sound they want to hear. In the zoom mode sound behind the user are reduced significantly. This would enable the user to sit in a meeting with their back to a window that has a noisy environment outside. The multi user system is perfect for all types of public building meetings. The microphone can be set to the omni-directional mode and put in the middle of the table. This will pick up all sound around the table. In a lecture situation the lecturer can wear the microphone with the lavaliere cord provided. The microphone can also be connected to any public address system that has an appropriate audio output socket. For people who are in charge of public buildings the multi user system is of great benefit as it does not need to be installed, it is portable to any room or venue with a minimum of set up time.
The microphone/transmitter can be held in the hand and pointed directly at the desired sound source; placed on a suitable surface in close proximity to the source up to 25 metres away; or worn by a speaker moving about the house, or in lecture and classroom situations. The microphone used in the 'directional' mode: microphone will pick up sound from all directions. In the 'omni-directional' mode: microphone can be pointed in the direction of sound source.
It can also be connected directly to a TV, stereo, VCR/DVD/CD player, or computer, for enhanced hearing enjoyment.
The wireless FM assistive listening device provides greatly enhanced sound level and clarity for hard of hearing users of all ages. Consisting of a powerful handheld/free-standing microphone and a lightweight pendant receiver that is worn around the neck. The Conversor Pro FM listener is easy to use with both telecoil equipped hearing instruments and cochlear implants and with headphones or earphones.
Personal assistive listening device for use at home, at school or university and in the workplace.
• Easy to use
• Reduces unwanted background noise
• Amplifies desired sounds near and far
• Versatile for everyday use
• Personal FM system
• Additional receivers can be added for group situations
• Available as an individual system (for use at home or in public buildings)
• Available as a multi-user system (for use in public buildings, meeting rooms, conference room, lecture hall etc
We can supply an individual radio system for personal use or a multi-user radio portable system for up to eight users.