Media Players

Access entertainment from broadcast, streaming, or personal players.
Wrap-around earphones.

The Auvisio Wireless Sports Headset with Bluetooth 4.1 and Battery are light, have strong sound, and are energy efficient. The sound transmission into the inner ear occurs via the temporal bone, so the ears remain open for traffic and environmental noise.

Sony boom box with speakers on the front and a CD drive on the top along with control buttons.

A portable Sony boom box that has been adapted to work with a switch (not included) in two different ways – one version operates with batteries only, the other operates with AC adapter only.

Remote Mouse on a smartphone device featuring an onscreen keyboard that takes the full display area in landscape. 

Software to turn a mobile phone or tablet into a set of wireless mouse, trackpad and keyboard that control a computer. It is designed for one-hand use, intuitive operation and voice recognition.

Headphones and a round portable CD player.

A portable switch-adapted CD player.

Boombox on a flat surface with seven large, round controls across the front edge.

A switch adapted device that makes controlling the boom box possible for users with visual impairment, blindness, and limited mobility.

Speaker on a semi-circular black device with five round control buttons along the front curved edge.

An audio device featuring a speaker and the ability to control other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

Silver and black boom box with CD player, speaker, controls, and display screen.

A switch-adapted (switch not included) small boom box with a CD and radio player.

Boombox with two gray speakers on right and left side of front, CD player on top, and controls below the CD player.

A switch-adapted boom box (switch not included) that comes with a CD Player, AM/FM radio and cassette recorder.

Audio Class Logo.

Selection of audio CDs, MP3s, and so on of the Good News, Today's English and King James versions of the Bible.

Handheld Scanner with channel display, control buttons, frequency modulating knob, and antenna.

A compact handheld radio scanner for listening to reports going directly to emergency agencies during severe weather or other disasters. The BC75XLT covers the bands used by Amature Radio Operators for Emergency reporting including NOAA weather broadcasts, as well as frequencies used at other events such as auto races, local events, and more.