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This receiver, worn comfortably around the neck, is designed to be used in conjunction with hearing aids that have a telecoil (also referred to as the T-coil, t-loop or loop). Whether you use monaural (one) or binaural (two) hearing aids, if your aids have a T-Coil function the sound will be transmitted wirelessly directly from the neckloop to your hearing aids. This kind of transmission helps to cut out surrounding noises and deliver clearer input with less interference.
The BTH 1410-NL is one of Amplicomms latest neckloops. Amplicomms have a sterling reputation for delivering high quality products for those with hearing impairment and offer a 24 month warranty on their items.
Amplicomms have designed the BTH 1410-NL to be as functional as possible. For example: If you’re linked up to your mobile and listening to music or a podcast and get an incoming call – no need to disconnect, simply press the ‘phone’ button on the receiver and hear your caller in the same way. There is also a useful ‘mic’ button – press this to activate an integrated microphone to pick up surrounding environmental sounds.
Comfortable to wear, and easy to operate: If you wear hearing aids equipped with telecoils and need to listen to any Bluetooth-enabled device, this could be the product you’ve been waiting for!
A headset version of this product is also available as the BTH 1400.
Hearing Direct technical note: The receiver will transmit sounds to hearing aids with T Coil function only. Some hearing aids have manual activation of the T Coil often known as ‘T’ setting. In manual hearing aids you will need to press a switch on your hearing aid to ‘T’ mode in order to use the neckloop. Other hearing aids have automatic ‘T’ selection whereby your hearing aid will recognise the neckloop magnetic field and switch to the required mode automatically. Not all hearing aids perform in the same way with this neckloop. Sound performance and interference can be affected by the type and quality of your instrument, how the t-coil setting itself has been adjusted, and especially by its rating of hearing aid compatibility. If you are unsure about the specification or features of your hearing aid contact your audiologist or manufacturer.