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Old 09-01-2004, 09:40 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I haven't at this moment, but you can adapt a standard one originally designed for walkmans headphone jack, by using an appropriate adaptor available from RadioShack (splitting the 2.5mm jack into a standard Mic-In / standard Headphone-Out jacks that you can use with standard headphones and microphones using 1/8" plugs)

My deafness level (profound) is too large to benefit from such an assistive device, but hope you have some luck with this too. So make sure that the loop is something that benefits them, and be prepared to have a backup method such as a laptop where you can type things down for those sentences that are too hard to lipread.
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