Vibrator used by laryngectomee patients to master esophageal voice. Vibrating head at angle to easy grip shaft. On and off switch, sound pitch adjustable. Uses 1.5 volt battery. Small and lightweight, easy to store in pocket.
Puff controlled tone generator attachment for the Cooper-Rand electronic speech aid (see separate entry). The pneumatic switch is mounted to a headband with the tube curving around the side of the head to the mouth. Includes 40 inches of cord and used existing pulse generator.
Cooper-Rand Electronic Speech Aid is an artificial larynx consisting of a portable pulse generator and a small hand held tone generator. The user inserts a tube projecting from the tone generator into his mouth. A tone emanating from this tube supplies the individual's missing or insufficient vocal tone. The tone can be turned on and off by a switch on the tone generator, and has adjustable volume and pitch. POWER: 15 volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 2.63 x 4.13 x 1.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7 ounces.
The RometR200A Speech Aid Electronic Larynx is a small speech aid designed for use by individuals who have had laryngectomees. The unit has a ompletely transistorized electronic circuit with adjustable pitch and volume, absence of backgroung noise, and constant vocal tone. To operate, the user presses the head of the speech aid to his/her neck, presses the button to make the membrane vibrate, and moves his/her mouth as if speaking normally. POWER: Uses a rechargeable 9v 700 mAh batteries. Two ba
The SolaTone is an electric-powered artificial larynx designed for use by persons who have had laryngectomies. The SolaTone is held in contact with the throat and activated by pressure on a button on the artificial larynx. The SolaTone also enables the user to vary the volume of his/her voice to levels appropriate to the size of the group to which he/she is speaking; however, it only "speaks" in monotone. An adjustment screwdriver, oral straws and oral adaptor are included. POWER: Uses one 9-vol
SPKR is a speech aid for individuals who have lost the use of their larynxes. This artificial larynx is equipped with a dual tone rocker switch. SPKR comes with an oral connector, rechargeable battery, and battery charger.
The Tokyo Speech Aid is a breath-powered artificial larynx designed for use by persons who have had laryngectomies. A cup about the size of a quarter fits over the stoma and conducts the lung wind to a unit containing a rubber diaphragm. This diaphragm vibrates, generating a tone which is then conducted through a tube into the user's mouth. The user articulates this tone into speech with the normal movements of the mouth and tongue. The tone can be pitched upwards into a ladies voice and down to
The TruTone Electrolarynx Kit is an electrically-powered artificial larynx designed for use by individuals who have had laryngectomies. This device is held in contact with the throat, and the intonation and pitch of the voice is controlled by varying pressure on a button on the artificial larynx. The user may vary the volume of his/her voice to levels appropriate to the size of the group to which the user is speaking. An adjustment screwdriver, oral straws and oral adaptor are included. POWER: U