Assistive Listening Device
An Assistive Listening Device (ALD) consists of a transmitter and microphone to be worn by the speaker and a receiver for the individual with a hearing impairment. The ALD transmits via a radio frequency. The audio is delivered without distortion and sounds as if the source is six inches from the listener's ear. Another benefit of the ALD is to minimize environmental noise. An ALD is an excellent accommodation for large classes and to increase the volume of soft-spoken instructors in smaller ones.
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