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Maxi is our most robust and user friendly personal amplifier. Maxi is specially designed for people with impaired vision or low dexterity. Maxi works with hearing aids and cochlear implants as well as with regular headphones or earphones (not included)
Bellman Audio Maxi is a revolutionary communication aid that uses digital state-of-the-art technology to enhance speech and music in different listening situations. Maxi is developed specially for people who prefer an easy-to-use device with large tactile controls and clear indications. Maxi is intuitively user-friendly and has superior sound quality.
Outstanding sound. Maxi delivers the clear and crisp digital sound that you deserve. It fully exploits the advantages of digital technology to clarify speech and reduce annoying background noise and feedback - all to give you outstanding sound quality. Thanks to a unique microphone suspension, Maxi's ultra-sensitive microphone is effectively protected from handling noise. This guarantees hours of comfortable and noise-free listening.
Easy to handle Bellman Audio Maxi has been designed with simplicity and usability in mind. The unique design makes Maxi practically intuitive to use. All common functions can be accessed using a single push on a button and there are no complicated menus to get lost in. Unparalleled ergonomics combined with high contrast colouring, large tactile buttons and soft grip materials, makes Maxi the ideal companion for hearing impaired people that demand flexibility, quality and ease of use.
The Bellman Audio Maxi has more setting options than those found on the front. You can adjust and adapt Maxi to your individual requirements using the settings button. These settings include:
Balance –The balance between the right and left channels can be set. This can be used to compensate for a hearing loss in one ear.
Basic attenuation – This setting is useful for when you want to adjust the maximum volume output of the amplifier. It prevents the user from turning the amplifier up too loud.
Blocking the T switch – This setting can be used for those who will never use the Telecoil and want to avoid selecting this position by mistake.
Tone control lock – To prevent the tone control being changed by the user it is possible to lock it out so it remains set in the same position.