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Auditorium Infrared Sound System

The Auditorium Infrared Sound System (ISS) transmits heart, lung, bowel and Korotkoff sounds to a small or large audience with each person wearing a Wireless HeartMan Infrared Headphone (HIH). The ISS is available in two versions - (1) Single Three-Panel Infrared Array shown at the left to accommodate small classrooms or auditoria or (2) the Dual Three-Panel Infrared Array for large auditoria.

Product Details

Cat. No. 718-4006 – Single array for auditoriums with 175 seats

Cat. No. 718-4009 – Dual array for large auditoriums with 500 seats

Warranty: 1 Year - Parts & Labor

Technical Support: Unlimited

The Auditorium Infrared Sound System (ISS) transmits heart, lung, bowel and Korotkoff sounds to a small or large audience with each person wearing a Wireless HeartMan Infrared Headphone (HIH). The ISS is available in two versions - (1) Single Three-Panel Infrared Array shown at the left to accommodate small classrooms or auditoria or (2) the Dual Three-Panel Infrared Array for large auditoria.

Because of the HeartMan Infrared Headphone's comfortable binaural ear pieces and the internal speaker, the sounds are very similar to those heard with a stethoscope.

When ordered with the Cabinet Version CardioSim VII Digital Heart Sound Simulator or the Cabinet Version PneumoSim Digital Breath Sound Simulator, the Single Array can be built into the mobile cabinet.

For patient listening, use the Wireless E-Scope Electronic Stethoscope and receiver. This allows the patient sounds to be sent from the patient to the Infrared Sound System for rebroadcast by Infrared.

Optional: A Voice-Over System is available to transmit the instructor's voice to the Wireless HeartMan Infrared Headphones.

Supplied with:
  • One or two arrays depending upon model
  • Carrying case (optional) with pull out handle and wheels
  • Voice-over system (optional) to allow instructor’s voice to be broadcast along with heart or breath sounds.
Quick User Tips:
  • Raise array as high as possible for best transmission
  • Dim florescent lights to prevent interference

  • Where Used
  • Accessories
  • Features
  • Auditoriums

  • Large Classrooms