The Domino Pro Listening System uses state-of-the-art sound processing and wireless wideband technology to bring out speech in different listening situations.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Harris Communications, an industry leader in providing assistive devices to deaf and hard of hearing people, has announced upgraded features to the Domino Pro Listening System. The Domino Pro Listening System uses state-of-the-art sound processing and wireless wideband technology to bring out speech in different listening situations. It can be used alone or in listening situations where hearing aids or cochlear implants may not be enough. With omnidirectional and directional microphones, you just point and listen.
Upgraded features include:
- A keylock to lock your settings in place.
- A volume memory that will allow you to keep the volume settings for the receiver, transmitter microphones and external audio sources, even when they are turned off.
- A more comfortable shorter neckloop.
In addition, the new Domino Pro now won’t activate accidentally in a pocket or purse.
These new features improve a product that can be used in many listening environments. For people in school, in a business meeting or simply out with friends, the Domino Pro brings out the words so you can hear them loud and clear, even when there may be a lot going on in the background. It has up to 49 decibel amplification and can be used with stereo earphones or a high powered neckloop.
The Domino Pro can also be used when listening to radio or TV. Adjust the stereo sound to the level you need while sparing your families ears.
The Domino Pro Listening System (HC-DOMINO) retails for $895 but is available at Harris Communications for a limited time for $795. The package consists of a transmitter, receiver, high powered neckloop, stereo earphones, tie-clip microphone, cable kit for TV/stereo, USB global charger kit, rechargeable batteries, and durable travel case.
About Harris Communications:
For more than 30 years Harris Communications has been providing assistive devices for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. They offer affordable, flexible solutions for all levels of hearing loss and are an industry leader in this field. To discover what Harris Communications can do for you or your loved ones, visit http://www.harriscomm.com.