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Last post 07-17-2013, 11:19 PM by bratliff. 5 replies.
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  •  05-06-2013, 11:30 PM 4897

    Speaker

      The sound from our 3G(s)' speaker was never very good, but we just turned it up as loud as we could and lived with it.  However, we recently had to replace one of our SimMan3G's speakers as it developed some sort of a short in it.  It was relatively inexpensive and not too difficult to replace.  Tech support walked us through every step of the process. The sound from the new one was so good that we replaced the speaker in our other 3G.  If you are having difficulty with participants hearing you speak, I would highly suggest changing the speaker.
    Barbara K. Ratliff RN, BSN, MBA, CHSE
    Baptist Health Montgomery, AL
    Institute for Patient Safety
    and Medical Simulation
    Simulation Specialist
  •  05-10-2013, 3:46 PM 4904 in reply to 4897

    Re: Speaker

    Could you tell us the specifications and model numbers for the speakers?

     

    Thanks

    Sean 

  •  06-28-2013, 8:57 PM 4987 in reply to 4904

    Re: Speaker

    I couldn't find it outside of Laerdal, but it was relatively inexpensive.  The student's still have a hard time hearing through some of our wigs, but it is better.  This is the Part # 21260450 and Cost $57.30. 
    Barbara K. Ratliff RN, BSN, MBA, CHSE
    Baptist Health Montgomery, AL
    Institute for Patient Safety
    and Medical Simulation
    Simulation Specialist
  •  07-02-2013, 3:10 PM 4994 in reply to 4897

    Re: Speaker

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    We were very disappointed with SimMan's voice quality, which was very muffled, particualrly when wearing a wig. I have punched holes in SimMan 3G head which made the sound so much clearer.

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/22/xxdi.jpg 

     



    Dr. Christian Karcher MD FCICM
    Intensive Care Specialist
    The Royal Melbourne Hospital
    Clinical Sub-Dean Simulation
    The University of Melbourne
    Australia
  •  07-02-2013, 3:32 PM 4996 in reply to 4994

    Re: Speaker

    Brilliant!

     


    David Cherolis EMT-P EMS-I
    Simulation Tech Wright State University
    937-395-8839
    david.cherolis@wright.edu
  •  07-17-2013, 11:19 PM 5036 in reply to 4996

    Re: Speaker

    Wow! I wouldn't have considered putting holes in the skin.  I also found that when my head set went missing and I used my stand alone mike from our KbPort system, the sound was much improved.  The quality of the headset may be part of the problem!
    Barbara K. Ratliff RN, BSN, MBA, CHSE
    Baptist Health Montgomery, AL
    Institute for Patient Safety
    and Medical Simulation
    Simulation Specialist
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