Personal FM Systems
A personal FM (frequency modulated) System is a form of assistive technology that uses wireless radio frequencies to transmit audio signals directly from a transmitter (microphone) into a receiver attached to or embedded within hearing aid(s). This allows a teacher’s voice to, in essence, bypass background noise and speak directly to a child’s ear.
- FM Systems (Phonak)
- Hearing Aid-FM Simulation
- Hearing Loss Simulators
- FM Systems vs Soundfield Systems
- FM Transmitters (Ear Community)
- LIFE-R- To Assist in Determining Need for FM System