Category: Magnification General

Phonak Microlink

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The Phonak MicroLink is a hearing aid accessory designed for use by children and adults with hearing disabilities. This wireless FM system provides additional amplification for individuals who use hearing aids, providing greater clarity in social situations and meetings, while conversing in an automobile, while talking on the telephone, or while watching television. Compatible with computer-programmable hearing aids, the system comprises a transmitter that picks up the speaker's voice or other audio source and a small FM receiver that attaches to the user's hearing aid, delivering the sound directly to the user's ear. The system offers a choice of transmitters: a lapel microphone, a boom microphone, or a handheld transmitter that can be set on a desk or table or clipped to a car visor. The transmitter can also be plugged directly into television, radio, telephone, or computer to reduce ambient noise. The system permits volume adjustment and operates at a frequency of 216 megaHertz (mHz), virtually eliminating interference from other electronic devices. DIMENSIONS: The system offers a range of 200 feet.


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Phonak Microlink

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Phonak, Inc.
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Phone: 800-679-4871
Fax: 630-393-7400
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