In today’s workplace the ability to hear over the phone and the computer is essential for job performance. Business Telecom Products (BTP) just introduced a new hearing instrument adaptor to assist with landline phone calls and computer sounds.
Office workers with a hearing loss often struggle to hear over the phone or the computer. With the increase of webinars and computer conference calls this new device helps those with a hearing loss in today’s work environment.
The new device named BoostEar, combines two plantronic specialty products to increase ability to communicate over the phone. A wallet-sized desktop audio device plugs into the receive port of a landline telephone. Another cord plugs into the USB port of a computer for two-way sound. Users are able to adjust incoming and outgoing sound levels between phone calls and PC audio by taping a button.
The new device works with Bluetooth hearing instruments from Oticon, Phonak and others as wells as with any Bluetooth enabled hearing instrument streamer.
To learn more about this new product visit: www.btpi.com.