"Help with telephone conversations at work"
Help with telephone conversations at work Many people at work would benefit from improved telephone listening conditions. Using a handsfree headset allows easy computer keyboard entry (without a crooked neck!) and generally improves the listening conditions for those with or without a hearing loss. Two solutions are offered on this product sheet, both with binaural and monaural headset options. Using a Converse telephone with a headset and converse linking cable. Alternatively a more flexible solution, T which will work with a much wider range of telephones, is to use a Supra headset with Vista basestation. The Supra headsets are hearing aid T compatible, however as the T signal is not strong many hearing aid users prefer listening to the telephone using a Connevans personal fm radio system details on sheets T3a and T3b. Using a BT Converse telephone Using a telephone with a modular handset with a Supra with a Supra headset & Headset and Vista basestation Converse linking cable The Vista Underneath BT Converse telephones basestation allows is a socket marked headset where headset use for you can plug in a Supra headset with any telephone, a Converse linking cable (Pt No. analogue or 40THSUPL). The telephone may then digital, that has be used with the handsfree headset a conventional or with the conventional handset. plug in modular To use the telephone with the handset. headset, you simply press the headset button on the front of the telephone Calls can be taken to pick up or end a call. either on the handset or headset by the touch 40THVISTA of a button. Supra Binaural Headset 40THSUPB Telephone and Telephone with Vista Basestation and Supra headset handset Vista plugged into the handset socket on the telephone. Telephone Supra Headset handset (monaural Telephone with plugged shown) handset plugged plugged into Converse into Vista the other end into side of Basestation. linking Cable telephone as of the Vista 40THSUPL usual Basestation. Only for use with Converse telephones Headset button The headset combination may be used with any The Vista Basestation and Supra Headset can also be used with Connevans radio BT Converse telephone, the telephone systems which gives excellent telephone performance for hearing aid wearers. illustrated here is the Converse 420 For more details visit our website www.connevans.com/solutions Supra Headsets tm Vista base adaptor T-Call base adaptor The Supra headsets are light and comfortable with good 40THVISTA 40THCALL sound quality. A fully adjustable headband design The Vista basestation Slightly louder than the provides a very stable fit while the soft ear cushion buffers provides the interface Vista and has an audio distracting background noise. The headsets are hearing aid between the telephone and out socket for use with T compatible although the sound level is fairly low. the headset. Simple settings radio aid equipment. on the side of the Vista Monaural Binaural Headset 40THSUPB basestation allow the Uses 2 x AA Headset The Supra binaural provides sound headset volume of both alkaline 40THSUPM in both ears, making it easier for hearing and batteries. An ideal anyone whose job demands speaking to headset which total concentration when be adjusted making or taking calls, BPI 40TH V1.0 October 2003 allows the to suit the user to have particularly in a noisy telephone normal conversations environment. The being used. without the need to binaural version is remove the headset appropriate for those with Uses 2 x AA between phone calls. two hearing aids. alkaline batteries. For full details including the range of BT Converse telephones, see Connevans Catalogue, section 10 Telecommunications CONNEVANS LIMITED SHEET 54 Albert Road North, Reigate, Surrey RH2 9YR Customer Services: 01 737 247571 help @ connevans.com T1