Assistive listening devices for conversing and informal meetings

At work, spontaneous meetings in the corridor are just as important as planned meetings in the conference room. These meetings are an important aspect of the community of colleagues – and often a source of inspiration and motivation.

For someone with a hearing loss, wearing a hearing aid is usually not enough if they are to hear well at work. This is because a hearing aid amplifies all sound, including background noise such as buzz, telephone signals and the scrape of chairs. It becomes difficult to hear what your colleagues are saying.

Digital assistive listening devices for clearer dialog
With a microphone and receiver from Comfort Audio, you can have a dialog at work on completely new terms. The digital technology enhances speech and filters out disturbing background noise before it reaches your hearing aid.

Microphones and receivers to meet every need
For that little conversation, there is a discreet clip-on microphone that can be neatly attached to your clothes. For meetings involving a lot of people, an attractive conference microphone is used which can be positioned on the table where you all sit, for instance.