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Unitron Introduces Smart Alert(tm) System

Unitron Introduces Smart Alert(tm) System Editor: A frequent topic of discussion among people with hearing loss is what kind of alerting system they should use. I think there are some good systems out there, but it doesn’t seem that anyone has it totally right yet. Is this new system from Unitron the one that does it? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ May 2010 Unitron ...

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Wake-up Devices for People with Hearing Loss

Wake-up Devices for People with Hearing Loss Editor: Need a good wake-up device? Wondering what kind you should get? Or even what the various types are? Here’s Curtis with answers to those questions! He knows a lot about these devices, because he uses and sells them. You may contact him at hearmeco@telegram.infi.net or visit his website at http://hearing-loss-help-co.com. Which is ...

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Automobile Features for People with Hearing Loss

Automobile Features for People with Hearing Loss After reading about the interaction with Pontiac regarding their auto shows, Alfred Wolfe contacted me with a very provocative idea. He suggested that we use our budding relationship with this automaker to push for the installation of assistive devices at the factory. He suggested things like a jack on the sound system control ...

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) for people with hearing loss What is an assistive listening device? Assistive listening devices (ALDs) include a large variety of devices designed to improve audibility in specific listening situations. Some are designed to be used with hearing aids or cochlear implants (CIs), while others are designed to be used alone. Many that are used in conjunction ...

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Alerting devices

Alerting devices for people with hearing loss Modern technology has provided a multitude of alerting devices for people with hearing loss. Standard alerting devices normally rely on sound to alert a person. But sound is of little value to a hard of hearing, late deafened, or oral deaf person. Alerting devices for people with hearing loss generally rely on either ...

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