Description: phonicear


Phonic Ear Easy Listener 300 Personal FM system with Lapel Microphone.


Requires headphone and AA batteries.



Description: charging station


Phonic Ear Solaris Charging Station


(PE 581C) with transmitter and receiver (571T and 571R), headphones and lapel microphone included.



Description: charging station


Phonic Ear Solaris Charging Station (PE 581C) With Transmitter and Receiver (571T and 571R)


Also has headphones and microphone.


Description: ear lexis


Phonak Ear Lexis


System consisting of transmitter/microphone and compact ear level FM receiver that is attached to a hearing instrument via an audio-shoe.

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Phonak EasyLink


Easy-to-use transmitter featuring one configurable microphone mode, a single activation button, and an audio input. Comparable with all Phonak FM receivers.





Description: micro link

Phonak Microlink MLxS


A universal miniaturized multi-frequency FM receiver. Compatible with virtually all hearing instrument brands and types.

Note: Needs to be tested with hearing aid


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Super Phone Ringer SR-100


Amplifies phone ring to 5 times the normal ring. Has volume control.

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Ultratec Superprint 4425 (3 available)

#HAT08, #HAT09, #HAT10

TTY featuring direct connect with two built-in telephone jacks and advanced calling features like auto-busy redial, three way calling, and TTY transfer. Call progress tells you if the phone you are calling is ringing or busy. Auto-Answer takes messages for you when you are unavailable.

Radio Shack Amp

Radio Shack Amp


Amplifies Telephones, Microphones and Computers.

Inspiro Hat

Inspiro Hat


FM transmiter with lapel microphone.


FM system

Inspiro Hat




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