How is the telecoil response related to the microphone response in BeHear ACCESS?
- The BeHear ACCESS headset is calibrated with a standard inductive loop transmitter as per the ANSI S3.22-2009 standard.
- Signal levels can be adjusted based on the current environment using the headset’s volume control (either manually or via the free app we provide for iOS and Android smartphones).
What is the difference between BeHear NOW and BeHear ACCESS?
While both products look and function like a Bluetooth® stereo headset, and also include fully customizable hearing amplification and noise reduction for live conversations, mobile phone calls, music play, and ambient sounds, AND clarify speech (and if needed during mobile phone calls, slow it down!), AND enhance music, there are five basic differences.
As opposed to BeHear NOW, BeHear ACCESS:
- includes two telecoil receivers to deliver optimal sound in locations outfitted with induction loop technology.
- has large, tactile buttons for easier operation (especially if dexterity is an issue).
- comes with a magnetized charging cradle, as opposed to a direct USB cable which attaches to the neckband (also a usability issue).
- will cost $349 retail (as opposed to $249 for BeHear NOW)
- will be available for commercial sale in a few weeks (while BeHear NOW is available for purchase now in our on-line store)