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Personal Voice Amplification Systems
Spokeman personal voice amplifier

Spokeman

Smallest, lightest weight voice amplifier with surprising sound for its size.

61017        Spokeman     w/ rechargeable batteries, charger, and carry caseail

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ChatterVox / no mic

Chattervox

A handy "waistband" amplifier with good sound and great popularity with teachers and others who want an amp that stays tight to the body.

61071    Chattervox   w/ rechargeable batteries, charger, leatherette case and adjustable belt

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ChatterVox Model 6

A larger version of the Chattervox, for use outdoors, or in large inside areas such as a factory or gym

61081      Chattervox 6,  with microphone

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Sonivox Plus

61070     Sonivox Plus w/ Headband mic

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Voicette Amplifier

Voicette

A versatile all-around instrument with very good sound quality and a long life expectancy. Talk 1 to 1 or reach attentive groups of up to 100. Helpful for almost any condition that limits voice volume

61013      Voicette    w/ Handheld mic
61010      Voicette    without microphone   

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WPA-3516
 

When you need something a little larger.  For public speaking to large groups, whether you have a weakened voice or a stong normal voice.

61022       WPA-3516     w/ Handheld wireless mic
61023       WPA-3516     w/ Headband mic and body pack transmitter

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A great help at home, office, factory, hospital, school, nursing home, church, retreat, camp, meeting, restaurant, party, ballgame, any place or event - one to one conversation or group activity - and in a car, bus, plane or train to get above engine and road noises.

HOW TO PREDICT WHETHER AMPLIFICATION IS LIKELY TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Choose a quiet room and a listener with average hearing.
Position the listener so that the speaker's mouth is about 12" from the listener's ears. (Listener should close eyes to avoid lip reading.)
If the listener can understand about half of what the speaker says, then there is probably enough voice to make good use of an amplifier. If some sound can be heard, though not loud enough to be understandable, then it is still possible that a larger amp and sensitive mic might bring the voice up to a usable level.

IMPORTANT:  An amplifier user must be able to shape words fairly well - amplifiers improve only volume, not articulation - though freedom from worry about volume may allow more concentration on articulation and consistency of voice production.

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Luminaud, Inc.
8688 Tyler Blvd.
Mentor, Ohio 44060

USA

800-255-3408 
440-255-9082

440-255-2250 - fax

e-mail:
info@luminaud.com

Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00am - 4:30pm
Eastern Time

Visits by appointment Only

WE CLOSE FOR ALL HOLIDAYS
including the day after Thanksgiving
and 2 weeks over Christmas/New Year.

Closed Dates - 2016
Nov 23, 24, 25 - Thanksgiving
Dec 6 - Inventory
Dec 19 - Jan 1 - Christmas , New Year


 

Tom, Dorothy and the staff of Luminaud inc. Thank you.