Amplification Can Help Common Voice Problems
Voice disorders (e.g.: hoarseness, poor volume,
vocal fatigue) are common occupational hazards for individuals who
engage in heavy voice use. This includes: teachers and preachers,
coaches and aerobics instructors, public speakers, trial attorneys,
actors and radio and television personalities.
Chronic hoarseness can mean missed time from work,
and for teachers, one of the highest groups with voice problems, a
poor voice can actually affect student listening and learning.
So How Can Amplification Help?
It has been established in the voice research that a
portable amplification device lessens the need for teachers to project
their voices, and can reduce the overall speaking level by 7dB. In a
study that examined the benefit of voice amplification in the
classroom, 90% of the teachers reported easier voice production
and 84% of the students found it was easier to listen.
The Voice Aerobics™ digital voice amplifier
offers users up to 22dB loudness, with no sound distortion, even at
loudest volume. The lightweight head microphone makes it easy to use
all day if needed, and the long lasting lithium battery means a full
day or more of talking on a single charge.
Why Is The Voice Aerobics™ Digital
Amplifier Priced So Low?
Don’t be fooled by the affordable price of the Voice
Aerobics™ amplifier. The price is merely my attempt to make it an
affordable option for ANYONE needing more power for their voice.
That includes professional voice users as well as patients with voice
weakness from a variety of conditions such as: vocal nodules and
polyps, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Post-Polio, and other medical
conditions and neurological diseases.
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voice amplifier measures up to comparable amplifiers in price and
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Medical Disclaimer: The information
contained herein should not be construed as medical advice and
is not intended to replace the medical advice of your physician
or other licensed healthcare provider in your state. You should
continue to consult your physician for matters regarding your
health and prior to beginning any new exercise program.