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Infrared Tv Listening System: Receiver (Models Hdi 107 & Hdi 405 S) & Transmitter/emitter (Model Si 460)

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Infrared Television Listening System for hearing impaired. Any number of receivers may be used. Transmitter is placed on top of t.v. and plugged in. Must be coupled with 1 of the following; microphone MKE460 which is mounted in front of tv or radio speaker ($59); MPA 1 is 1/8" mini plug adapter which can be plugged directly into earphone jack or tv or radio ($15); DTM 1 is desk top microphone for picking up sound in small conferences ($64.50); TA 1 telephone adapter which connects inline between handset and base allowing one to hear amplified signal binaurally ($64.50). Booster Emitter SZ1234 ($225.50) increases area covered by 350 sq.ft. Receivers; HDI407 is pendant or clip on receiver. Must be used with one of following; Mini headphone, ear buds, induction sillhouette (for use with hearing aids), induction loop (also for use with aids but stronger), direct audio input adapter. HDI405S receiver clips into ears & hangs under chin. Amplifies 112 db. Battery operated, rechargeable by plugging into standard 110V outlet. Provides 5 to 10 hours of t.v. listening. Frequency Response: Receiver 50-8000 Hz; Transmitter 90-12000 Hz.

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as of: 
04/23/2003
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Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc.
Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Phone: 800-766-4500
Fax: 732-562-6696
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
732-562-6600
Web Address: 
http://www.siemens-hearing.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Recreation, Communication
 
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