Hear ye, hear ye – announcing the EchoRA

If you’ve ever been someone who needed to use their voice all day for a presentation, classroom or workshop then you’ll know it’s important to be heard by the audience.

The EchoRA Speech Amplifier and Teaching Aid is a small, portable amplifier which is great for providing loudness and clarity for those with quiet voices or someone who just wants to make sure they save their voice!

It’s also a great option for students with hearing impairment as the teacher can wear the transmitter and lapel and the speakers can sit on the student’s desk. Or it could help amplify conversations at home for those couples where the spouse is always complaining about selective deafness. The EchoVoice EV5 Speech Amplifier is also another option for people who need to amplify their voice eg. Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis.


When we first saw the EchoRA and had a play, we had great fun. My colleague had the microphone headset and walked out the front door and I could still hear her in the office. The range was fantastic and it had great clarity and volume.

Both of these amplifiers are available in our equipment trial scheme if you need to try it out. Give us a call if you require more information or want to give it a go.



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About Charlene Cullen

Charlene has worked as a speech pathologist, supporting people with complex communication needs and learning disabilities for the past 15 years. She has worked in a variety of roles within the Disability Services of Western Australia, including Senior Speech Pathologist, Rural and Remote Resource Therapist and Regional Team Manager.

Charlene is a trained Key Word Sign (formerly Makaton) presenter, certified Hanen It Takes Two to Talk presenter and a member of the Apple Consultants Network. Charlene is also an official Proloquo2Go / Proloquo4Text trainer, and TBoxApps Trainer for Therapy Box.

Charlene has developed strong skills in and a passion for, the area of AAC and assistive technologies. She enjoys presenting workshops and providing consultancy services to support and educate parents, teachers and therapists in the use and application of inclusive technologies.

Charlene is a full time member of the Professional and Consultancy Services Team at Spectronics.

AGOSCI State Representative for Victoria (2012-present); Key Word Sign Victoria committee member (2012-present).

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