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September 14, 2015 by Maxime Bacon
Wireless listening systems transmit amplified sound directly to the child’s ears, thanks to a stethoscopic headset, or “sthetoset”.


Radiofrequency (RF) listening system

This listening system with stethoset receiver works on radiofrequency, like a radio station on the FM band. With this system, you can listen to your favourite music or TV shows even when you exit a room to go anywhere else within the house. The system transmits sound up to 300 feet! Here are some of its features:

  • Offers three channels that can accommodate three users in the same space, and multiple people on the same channel
  • It transmits amplified sound from the source directly to the child’s ears
  • Sound can be adjusted separately for the right and left ear
  • Long operating time (9 hours) without having to recharge the battery
  • Automatic recharge and “off” features
  • Design ideal for children wearing glasses


Infrared (IR) listening system

This listening system with stethoset receiver works on infrared technology and is perfect for short-range listening (40 feet) in the living room or in the bedroom. The signal will not go through the walls.

  • Very easy to use: turns on automatically as soon as we puts it on
  • The signal remains in the room
  • The transmitter features three sound adjustment levels to adapt to various types of hearing loss
  • Volume and frequency balance controls are located on the receiver
  • Can be used for up to 12 hours without having to recharge the battery
  • Offers exceptional sound quality.
  • Lightweight and comfortable
To learn more about wireless listening systems, consult an audioprosthetist.