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SuperEar Personal Sound Amplifier Assisted Listening Device. CMS (Center for Medicare Services) MDS 3.0 Compliant As Seen In VIVE. Boosts Sound 50dB

SuperEar Personal Sound Amplifier Assisted Listening Device. CMS (Center for Medicare Services) MDS 3.0 Compliant As Seen In VIVE. Boosts Sound 50dB

  • As Seen For Center for Medicare Services Compliance (VIVE) in Long Term Care and Nursing Homes for Assisting Elders in Slight to Moderate Hearing Loss. Over 30 year of excellence in assistive listening devices.
  • Swivel Microphone. Belt/Pocket Clip. Binocular Clip. Excellent for Television, Church, Dr. Office, Lectures, Worship Services, Birdwatching, Theaters, Etc.
  • Maximum Output of 107dB, Ambient Sound Gain of 50+ dB. Premium Stereo Headphones Deliver Clear, Crisp Sound.
  • Solid State Micro Electronic Circuitry Uses Only 1 AAA Battery (Included). Battery Life Approximately 30 hours
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee – 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty

SuperEar personal sound amplifier from Sonic Technology Products has been the leading assisted listening device on the market over 30 years and is the industry leader in personal sound amplifiers and as a assisted listening device for people with slight to moderate hearing loss. The SuperEar is see in the Center For Medicare Services Compliance for Nursing Home and Long Term Care elder assessment. What binoculars do to improve your vision, the SuperEar does to improve your ability to hear the sounds around you; outdoors, indoors, and virtually anywhere. The SuperEar Personal Sound Amplifier hearing with a powerful 50 decibels of sound gain, enabling you to hear what you’ve been missing. This versatile hand-held amplifier is compact enough to fit in the smallest pocket, yet comes with accessories to attach the Super Ear to binoculars, belt, hat or other gear. The multi-element microphone is mounted in a 180 degree swiveling sound boom that is covered in a protective foam windscreen. Premium stereo headphones fit comfortably to deliver clear, crisp sound. Accessories include a binocular mounting clip, velcro strips for attaching the unit to binoculars, and a stainless steel pocket/belt clip for indoor and outdoor use. AAA battery is also included. 90 Money Back Guarantee (we do not refund shipping) 3 year limited warranty. Excellent for Birdwatching, Nature Lovers, Senior Citizens, Slight to Moderate Hearing Impaired, Sports Fans and Sleuths, Ghost Hunters, Paranormal Investigators, Doctor’s Offices and Hospitals, Excellent In Courtrooms, Great for Theaters, Used In Churches and Congregations. Since 1981 Sonic Technology guarantees our products. If you have any problems with product defect please contact us for a replacement.

List Price: $ 39.95

Price: $ 34.95

Why does it sound so loud when you pass gas on a church pew?

Question by ♥Socially Awkward♥: Why does it sound so loud when you pass gas on a church pew?
I mean, it echoes through out the church. Not to mention it vibrates, and sounds like a tuba.

Best answer:

Answer by alejandría
i hate when that happens.

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A man who regarded calls for Muslim prayer the most beautiful sound on Earth decided to switch to?

Question by Alexander: A man who regarded calls for Muslim prayer the most beautiful sound on Earth decided to switch to?
A man who regarded calls for Muslim prayer the most beautiful sound on Earth decided to switch to Trinity Church of Christ.

Is it reasonable to conclude that he liked the sound of the minster preaching even more beautiful?

Best answer:

Answer by Chef D
I am not muslim, but I love the muslim faith, I love their teachings and a lot about them.. Do i like the terrorist? hell no..
they do not teach you to be a terrorist in the muslim church as a lot of you guys are made to believe.

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What mp3 recorders are available for sound systems?

Question by Anna: What mp3 recorders are available for sound systems?
My church music team is considering having some sort of mp3 recorder that we can plug into our sound system to record sermons, where should we start looking and what devices are worth buying? Are they able to be used as a microphone for the sound system as well as a recorder?

Best answer:

Answer by lare
Olympus makes a number of MP3 recording mics, some have line input so they could also record off your sound system. mine is the LS10.

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How do I put music into a Microsoft 2007 Publisher webpage, other than using it as background sound?

Question by abbie normal: How do I put music into a Microsoft 2007 Publisher webpage, other than using it as background sound?
I’m no Publisher expert, but I’ve been working on our church website and have it mostly functional. We’ve recorded in mp3 form several sermons that I would like to upload, but I hate to make a separate page for each sound file. Is there any other way for the website to play music? Are there any good music players that I can easily insert into Publisher? Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Colanth
Upload the sermon files to the site. Embed a WMP for each sermon. Make them all not autostart, so the visitor can run any one of them by clicking the Play button. http://www.mioplanet.com/rsc/embed_mediaplayer.htm

(And stop using Publisher – if you’re going to write a site [Publisher lets you publish, it doesn’t make you write – embedding something requires that you write], learn how to write a site, then use Notepad Plus or something similar to write it. It’s just text, you don’t need a publishing program to write text.)

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Church Owen Sound

Church Owen Sound
Big church
Image by JDB Photos
The Little Big Church

I could not help myself. This is a real church. It seat 12 people. As the sign says, the door is always open and there is a guest book. People from all over the world have dropped in and share a little about themselves.

This church is just west of Own Sound, Ontario Canada

Canon XSi
Kit lens

Are church pews designed specifically to amplify the sound of breaking wind?

Question by Klawed Klawson: Are church pews designed specifically to amplify the sound of breaking wind?

Best answer:

Answer by Old man
Yes, so that the wind can compete with the sound of the church organ.

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