Provides Volume control

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.

Various models of cell phones for seniors. They resemble standard cell phones. One model is a flip phone; the other three are "candy bar" phones with large, easy-to-see buttons. One model is a smartphone with a touchscreen. This shows a simplified menu for"Phone," "Text Messages," "Camera," "Email Messages," etc. One phone has purple, red, pink, lime yellow, and blue buttons. The other models are black, white, red, and dark grey.

Provides essential phone and texting capabilities with a simplified interface, easy-to-see buttons and screen, and enhanced soakers for the hard-of-hearing.

Remote transmitter, ceiling mount, audio transmitter, student and teacher microphones.

Complete IR classroom system with remote transmitter volume control. A powerful teaching aid, the new IR-CSX is a complete audio system that increases student awareness and lowers teaching fatigue.

Black mouse with gold clickers, black scroll wheel next to gold earbuds.

ECO Mobility Combo MH-8015 is a mouse and headset combo designed for mobility user with freedom of move and premium sound quality.

Audio system with transmitter, microphone, and receiver.

The WMS-PRO is an easy to use and affordable wireless audio system combining the WM-PRO body-pack transmitter and WR-PRO camera mount receiver. Both a lavalier microphone and a handheld microphone are included for added flexibility.