Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

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Assistive Listening Devices

Miscellaneous Assistive Devices

Aid-A-Phone Strap-on Telephone Amplifier (~1965)

(B948)

American Overseas Trading Corp. Radio/TV Earphone Hookup (1974)

(B738)

Ameriphone HA-25 In-line Telephone Amplifier (1992)

(B752)

Amplivox Transistorized Auditory Training Amplifier

(H750)

Archer Model 12A6 Mini Amplifier/Speaker (1980)

(H796)

Archer Strap-on Telephone Amplifier

(B753)

Ardente Hand-Held Church Hearing Aid Receiver (~1935)

(B189)

AT&T Strap-on Telephone Amplifier (~1990)


(B716)

Audex CHAAMP CHP-2000 Cell Phone Amplifier (2002)


(B820)

Audio Equipment Co. "The Confessionaire" (vacuum tube)  (~1945)


(B253)

Audio Equipment Co. "The Confessionaire" (transistor) (~1955)


(B1024-450)

Aurex P-A Personal Amplifier


(H180)

Bandwagon, Inc. Strap-on Telephone Amplifier (~1965)


(B514)

Bell & Howell Sonic Earz Personal Sound Amplifier (2012)


(B770)

Brush Church Earphones (~1940s)


(H)

Calitone TV Attachment (1964)

(B868)

Cannon-Ball Hearing-Aid for Television (1955)


(B618)

Comfort Audio Model 900 "Contego" FM System (2010)


(B830)

Confessionaire Model 1 (~1960)


(H450)

Cyber Ear Model HAP-40 Personal Amplifier (~2000)


(B228)

EB  Master Auditory Trainer Model 33 (~1970)


(B564)

Foot’s Induction Earphones (1955)


(H451)

HITEC Sound Wizard Universal Listening System (~1996)


(H789)

Lafayette Strap-on Telephone Amplifier

(H439)

Lorgnette-style British-made Personal Amplifier

(B219)

Microtone Communication Device (1955)

(H464)

Nuvox Confidente


(H328)

RCA-Sonotone Theatre Aid "Bone-Conduction" Model (1935)

(B782)

Realistic Stereo Amplified Listeners


(H475, H476, H477)

Schulmetronic Model 50-45 "Confess-A-Phone" (~1955)

(B72)

Sears Telecaption II Adapter(1988)


(B621)

Siemens Phonodukt Miniature Loop Pad (~1972)


(B1175)

Silent Call Awake Master Vibrating Alarm Clock (~1988)


(B1330)

Sonotone Miniature Loop Pad (~1956)

(B231)

Telex LCP-90 TV Listener (~1962)


(B1146)

Telex TW-4AA/TDR-7AA Wireless FM System (1999)


(H787)

Tempest "Whisper 2000" Sound Modulator (?1989)


(B740)

Trimm Featherweight Church Receiver & Pew Socket (~1930 - 1960)

(B416)

Twinfone Device (~1940)


(H484, B185)

Ultra-Tec Watchman Signaling System (1983)


(B362)

UltraTec Minicom III TTY (1986)


(B955)

Ultratec Superprint 200 TTY (1990)


(B843)

VuPhone TDD (~1980)


(H486)

Weilaphone Telephone Device


(H488)


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