Spokeman Voice Amplifier
A GREAT LITTLE MINI-AMPLIFIER that lets you be heard better with less tiring effort!!
Helpful for people with soft voices whatever the reason - Parkinson’s, ALS, MS, PSP, laryngectomy, vocal nodules, partially paralyzed vocal cords, limited breath support, etc. With the Spokeman you can be heard more easily whether talking to one person or a small group-up to 25 depending on surrounding noise level. Useful in the car, bus or train, at family gatherings, parties or meetings, in a restaurant, in a small class or seminar, etc. Ideal when talking to someone with a hearing loss.
Dark grey housing 3" x 3" x 1½", 6.8 oz with batteries inserted - or 7.8 oz. if you use it in its clever black case and strap that allows you to carry it over your shoulder, fasten it around your waist or Velcro® it around your belt. Or take the Spokeman out of the case and set it on a table, desk or night stand. Has an on/off/volume knob. The "on" indicator light turns from green to red when the batteries need charging. Another indicator light shows that charging is in process and goes off when charging is complete. The Spokeman can also use 6 Alkaline, non-rechargeable batteries if you prefer. And it even has a jack so that you can amplify C-D players, small radios, or communication boards. One year limited warranty.
Spokeman Package includes -
6 rechargeable AAA NiMH batteries, charger, carrying case with a strap that adjusts from 35" to 48", microphone is sold separately.
Note: There is a 200 Gauss magnetic field on the back of the Spokeman's case. At 10" the field is barely perceptible. People with Pacemakers should consult with their heart doctors before use and keep the speaker below waist level as a precaution.