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Students with hearing loss

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chicoduster

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I mostly work as a CFI out here in California. I have several older men right now that have some kinds of hearing loss. It is getting hard to instruct them as clear communication is getting impossible. So my question is : What have others that have these problems done? What headsets/ systems work better? Are there things that can added to an existing headset or intercom system to help students better understand the conversation? The problems are now bad in my Citabria but when I move them to the open cockpit Starduster Too or PT-19 it is going to be unmanageable. Lets hear your thoughts
 

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