Assistive listening devices for meetings and presentations

In meetings and presentations, assistive listening devices are often needed to ensure a person with a hearing loss can clearly grasp what is being said. Usually, a hearing aid is not enough. This is because the situation is complex, as the people who are talking are spread around the room. Another reason is that hearing aids amplify all sound, including disturbing background noise.

With the right assistive listening device everyone can take part in the meeting
Comfort Digisystem complements your hearing aid in environments and situations where there is a lot of background noise and the sound comes from all directions at once.

These assistive devices use digital technology to enhance speech and to filter out disturbing background noise before it reaches your hearing aid.

Powerful conference microphone with integrated receiver
The conference microphone is positioned on the table where it captures effectively what is said by the meeting’s participants. The sound is digitally processed so that the meaningful parts of speech are amplified and background noise is filtered out. In addition, the conference microphone compensates for the differing speaker distances from the microphone and for differences in voice levels. The presenter can wear a discreet clip-on microphone that captures what is being said and transmits it to the conference microphone for processing.

The sound is transmitted free of background noise and time lag from the conference microphone to the receiver, and from there to the hearing aid. You can hear clearly what everyone is saying in the room and are able to participate in the discussion on the same terms as the other participants in the meeting.