Category: Communication Device for the Deaf Blind

Chattervox 100 Voice Speech Amplifier with Transdermal Microphone

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The Chattervox 100 Voice Speech Amplifier with Transdermal Microphone is a compact personal amplification system that provides up to 15 decibels of a voice boost for mild to moderate speech impairments. Simple to operate, it has only one user control: the combined volume control/power switch. This is a reasonable solution for people with low-volume speech. System includes a Transdermal (neck) microphone, six AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, a plug in charger for up to 14 hours of continuous talk time, a storage case and belt extender. Entire system can be recharged overnight. (Option of using simple AA battery cells if rechargeables are insufficient; no battery pack is required).  
Technical Specifications: 

Dimensions: 8 inches Width x 2.9 inches Height x 2.1 inches Depth

Weight: .78 pounds

Power requirements: 9 volts of direct current (VDC)

15 decibels nominal gain before feedback

Max power output: 5W Min (at 4 ohms speaker load)


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Chattervox 100 Voice Speech Amplifier with Transdermal Microphone

Sold By:

Harris Communications Inc.
Harris Communications Inc. Organization Type: 
Email address:
Phone: 800-825-6758
Fax: 952-906-1099
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
800-825-9187 x952
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Communication, Deaf & Hard Of Hearing