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Hearing Aid Wearers Have Headset Options

2/9/2017
The brands that we sell provide professional-grade, high quality headsets for every user and situation. For those tasked with purchasing headsets for hearing aid users, we have put together a list of options by manufacturer. Please note that the headsets listed below end in quick disconnect and require a bottom cable as well. We recommend the purchase of an amplifier, rather than a QD cord, to boost the headset's performance.

Sennheiser

New to the scene is the SC 660 TC, the latest addition to Sennheiser’s high quality Century wired headset series. The SC 660 TC is compatible with all standard, telecoil-equipped hearing aids.

With Sennheiser Voice Clarity wideband sound and its ultra noise cancelling microphone, the SC 660 TC delivers a superior and natural voice experience that makes conversations crisp and crystal clear – optimizing speech intelligibility even in noisy contact center and office environments. In addition to the speaker, SC 660 TC is equipped with a hearing aid-compatible telecoil transmitter on both sides of the headset, resulting in a richer sound experience and offering the user the greater flexibility of a double-sided solution. The transmitters send a magnetic field that can be picked up directly by the hearing aid, making it easy for users to focus on a conversation. The headset features Sennheiser ActiveGard technology that protects users from acoustic shock and sudden sound bursts. MSRP is $349.95.

The Sennheiser UI 770 amplifier is the companion piece that we recommend. The Sennheiser UI 770 allows you to switch between the headset, handset and PC, adjust the volume of the headset speaker and mute the headset microphone. Its automatic power save function provides outstanding battery lifetime of up to 1 year. A "C" battery is included in the box. MSRP is $120.00.


Jabra

The GN2125 Telecoil headset is the solution for hearing aid users, who gain the benefits and increased work efficiencies associated with headsets.

Especially designed for people who use hearing aids, the Jabra GN2125 Telecoil is equipped with a hearing aid-compatible telecoil that is fitted to the plain side of the earpiece. The telecoil cancels out surrounding background sound while heightening the sound quality from the telephone. This gives hearing aid users clearer, crisper phone conversation that is free from interference from background noise. It features a noise-cancelling microphone to eliminate ambient noise. MSRP is $225.00.

The Jabra Link 860 amplifier features Digital Signal Processing, which sets the input signal to a certain level and makes sure the audio is not too loud. If the input signal is too high (the volume of the telephone is too loud), distortion may result. To resolve this issue, lower the volume of the phone to a medium level, and then use the Link 850/860 to raise the volume. MSRP is $135.00.

Plantronics

SupraPlus 261H is a Telecoil hearing-aid compatible headset. The SupraPlus series is a staple in the contact center world, and features a comfortable, adjustable headband for all-day wearing. The headset has a voice tube microphone. MSRP is $148.00.

The Plantronics Vista M22 amplifier works with the headset to provide the best possible sound. The amplifier has loud noise protection, advanced echo management, and background noise reduction. Two AA batteries are included. MSRP is $120.00.

If you're not quite sure what you need, reach out to us at 1.866.998.9991 for help. We're here to help you choose the best headset for your unique environment!
TAGS: Telecoil, Jabra, Sennheiser, Plantronics, Headsets, Handset, Clarity, SupraPlus, Century, GN2100, Communication Is Our Business
 

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