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SoniVox Plus Portable Personal Voice Amplifier

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The SoniVox Plus Portable Personal Voice Amplifier is a portable voice amplifying device designed for use by people with Parkinson's, speech disabilities such as esophageal, TEP speech, Laryngectomees, or anyone with a weak voice. The device is portable and can be worn around the waist on a belt. The device can be used in classrooms, at home, in a restaurant, in the car, at the office, or anyone the user would benefit from a voice amplifier. The amplifier filters out unwanted sound to improve perceived voice quality. It can be used with a headset microphone (included). Other features include built in batter, integrated micro USB charging technology, AUX input.

Technical Specifications: 

Dimensions: 5.25 inches Height x 3.5 inches wide x 1.5 inches deep.

Weight: 8 ounces.

Battery: Rechargeable battery.

Cable: Micro USB charging cable and auxiliary cord. 

Color: Black.

Includes: carrying case which can be around the waist, belt clip, neck strap, built-in rechargeable battery, micro USB charging cable

Warranty: One-Year limited warranty on amp, 90 days on corded Mics. 

Available

Price Check
Price: 
299.00
as of: 
10/07/2016
Seller(s): 
SoniVox Plus Portable Personal Voice Amplifier

Made By:

Griffin Laboratories
Griffin Laboratories Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: sales@griffinlab.com
Phone: 800-330-5969
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
951-695-6727
Web Address: 
http://www.griffinlab.com/

Sold By:

Maxi-Aids, Inc.
Maxi-Aids, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: sales@maxiaids.com
Phone: 800-522-6294
Fax: 631-752-0689
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
631-752-0521
TTY: 
800-281-3555 x631
Web Address: 
http://www.maxiaids.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Communication, Computers