Adapted Two Switch iHome is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities. The play/pause and track advance features of the iHome speaker dock for the iPod and iPhone has been adapted to allow the user to turn their iPod music on and off and scan through songs with the simple touch of two switches. This device is only compatible with a 30 pin dock connector. POWER: Requires 3 AAA Batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 6½"W x 4"H x 8"D. WEIGHT: Weight: 1 1/2 lbs. COLOR
Bluetooth iHome is designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping and neurological disabilities. This device is equipped for wireless audio streaming. It works with any Bluetooth enabled device to allow listening to music and audio programs. It has been adapted with six 2 1/2" switches to control tracks forward and backward, increase and decrease the volume, pause and turn the device on/off. The iHome features a dynamic speaker for full range of sounds, dual alarm clocks, backlight LC
The H-46-2GB Switch-Adapted MP3 Player Drive is an adapted MP3 player designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. This unit has two switch inputs, one of which can be used to turn the unit on/off and to toggle between Play and Pause, and the other of which can be used for cycling through files. The unit plays MP3 and WMA audio files, including music, podcasts, or audio books, and is also a two-gigabyte (GB) USB flash drive that plugs into any U
Hook iPod Switch Access is designed to let the user gain simple to advanced control of their music playlist with an auditory menu of functions that can be controlled by a switch. Hook is preconfigured in single switch mode to play/pause, skip forward and back, and adjust volume. It can also be changed to a basic play/pause mode for simpler operation. Hook also supports a dual-switch mode for faster access through the auditory menu prompts.
This device, which is comprised of a set of earphones called Split, is a completely wire-free music player that users, including those with fine motor disabilities or upper extremity disabilities, can control by clicking their teeth. The two ear buds, which are essentially two MP3 players, are not connected by a cord, but synchronized by radio waves to play music at the same time. The user splits the magnetic earphones apart to turn them on. One bite will activate the device’s built-in accelerom