A headset jack allows a user to connect the product to an external audio processing device (such as an amplifier) or an appropriately equipped TTY. This is a useful feature for people who have hearing loss, or who prefer to use a headset because of difficulty using their hands or fingers. The audio cutoff increases privacy, where relevant.
A headset jack addresses:
1193.41(e) Operable with limited manual dexterity.
1193.41(f) Operable with limited reach and strength.
1193.43(g) Availability of audio cutoff.
1193.51(b) Connection point for external audio processing devices.
1193.51(d) Connection to TTYs.
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