Provides Volume control

A black rectangular speaker with an elongated black transmitter with menu buttons and a loop attached to the top.

Wireless sound-field system with one transmitter and two speakers.

Rounded, square compact black device with a button and an on/off switch on the side.

A device for people with hearing disabilities that enables TVs and other devices to wirelessly stream high-quality digital audio to up to two Bluetooth headphones or speakers.

A medium-sized, rectangular, and dark grey device with an input port and a round menu dial.

A USB sound card that amplifies the sound quality of a laptop, computer, or other devices, which may be useful for individuals with hearing disabilities

Screenshot of program featuring a text article with a portion highlighted in turquoise.There is a left-hand pane displaying a table of contents. There is also a menu bar at the top.

Digital talking book player program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Overhead view of museum room with a black disc hanging from the ceiling and people gathered by an exhibit.

A complete induction loop system that works in conjunction with an ILA10 amplifier, which allows a microphone or alternative sound source to be broadcast through the overhead disc. 

Long, black graphing calculator with various number keys and menu buttons.

A graphing calculator that is accessible for individuals with low vision.

Two medium-sized curved, rectangular devices. Each has a flat, yellow, and textured square on top that the user presses to activate the device.

A scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with vision disabilities. This device scans through pre-recorded messages at a lowered volume. 

Slightly-curved, rectangular box with four input jacks for headphones at each corner. In the center, there is a raised portion with a fifth kind of input jack. The device is blue in color.

Connection hub for up to four sets of headphones, designed for use as a classroom listening center, ELD/ELL/Title 3/special education applications, as well as language labs and call center training.

Various models of TV headsets. Two resemble standard on-ear headphones, with one of them having rectangular ear pads instead of round ones. The other two models look like earbuds connected to a band, but instead of wearing the band across the top of the head (like a headband), the set is worn upside-down, like a doctor's stethoscope. Two models are pictured with small, separate transmitters. One model is white with a black band; the rest are black.

TV headsets are assistive listening devices that allow wearers to more easily hear a TV's audio without increasing the volume or disturbing others around them. Some models can also double as personal amplifier systems—hit "pause," and the built-in microphone can switch to amplifying persons speaking and other ambient noise in your immediate environment.

Various models of amplified telephones. Two models resemble standard corded telephones, but with a band of LED lights across the bottom edge of the receiver. One of them has a display screen. The other two models are cordless, with a large round speaker built-in the handset at the top above the display screen. They both have volume control buttons on the receiver. One has a round black display screen with blue numbers indicating volume level. All models are white or silver. One has bright yellow buttons.

Amplified telephones have extra-loud ringers and speaker volume, making them easier to hear.