Augment your accessibility

Get more out of Ava with nifty hardware. Here are a few devices we recommend.
Lewinner Bluetooth Mic - $87
Caption any digital audio (videos, radio, podcasts, TV).
Ava for class, meetings, conferences: Lewinner Bluetooth microphone is a high-performance mic delivering high-quality sound.
microphone for mobile phone
Clip-on mic for smart phones - $15
Your secret weapon to use Ava hands-free in groups.
In presentations or group meals, holding a smartphone can be cumbersome. Get hands-free accessibility in a snap: use these wired mics to clip to each participant's smartphone.
Earpiece Bluetooth mic - $60
Best for 1-1s & class: Pair with Ava via Bluetooth.
Hand over this Bluetooth earpiece mic to any speaker or presenter you want to caption. What they say will appear with high accuracy on your Ava app. Instant hands-free accessibility.
keyboard
Deaf/Non-Verbal Users: Keyboard (Bluetooth) - $20
Do you type a lot with Ava? This one's for you!
Quickly attach your computer to this Bluetooth keyboard and type to your heart's content — and it's also stylish!
cord extension 1/8''
Audio adapter (computer to smartphone) - $10
Caption any digital audio (videos, radio, podcasts, TV)
Plug this cable to your computer's jack port into your smartphone to caption any digital audio with Ava. Order an additional splitter if you'd like to keep the audio (and not just the captions), for a truly audio & visual accessibility. How to use this cable?
Headphone adapter for iPhone - $8
In order to use the Audio Adapter on any iPhone
Plug into your iPhone with this audio adapter to caption digital audio.
iRig device
For events: iRig - $32
To connect to the audio system of your room with Ava real-time captioning
The iRig (with 1 of the 2 possible simple audio cables below) will connect a room's audio system with any Ava-equipped smartphone. Set up is under a minute, for a fully accessible event (conferences, churches, classroom, presentation). Learn more about this setup
For events (audio cable option 1): TRS [fits all rooms] - $8
Connects smaller room audio systems with the iRig to make events Ava-accessible
This cable is the right one to connect 1) a free XLR port from your room audio system to 2) the iRig TRS port, and set up Ava Event, when you'll have connected the iRig to an Ava-powered smartphone. Learn more about this setup
microphone cord
For events (audio cable option 2): TRS [large rooms] - $9
Connects larger room audio systems with iRig to make your event Ava-accessible
Connects your large room audio system with the iRig for accessible events. This cable is the right one to connect 1) a free XLR port from your room audio system to 2) the iRig TRS port, and set up Ava Event™ accessibility, when you'll have connected the iRig to an Ava-powered smartphone. Learn more about this setup
Clip-on microphone with entry for extra mic - $40 per mic
Plug multiple microphones and have several people speaking in the same Ava account.
Multiple of these can be daisy-chained together to add as many participants without the Ava app. Use it in your car if you're a Uber/Lyft driver. Use it in a small meeting rooms with small groups of new clients/coworkers.
Jabra room mic
Bluetooth mic roundtable piece - $112
For groups: open Ava. Pair the mic with your device. Everyone can talk!
Use this group microphone to follow huddles or meetings with multiple people who don't have Ava. This can be a first introduction to the app, but please note that Ava won't distinguish who says what with this setup.
iPad Case (without microphone obstruction) - $18
A case for your iPad if you use Ava
With this case, microphone will not be obstructed and Ava can hear what's going onand transcribe it accurately.
Smartphone Car Holder - $8
Ava for cars! Use it to hold your smartphone with Ava and follow what passengers are talking about
Make your car Ava-accessible by mounting your smartphone and checking out what the passengers are talking about. Also check the iRig Mic Lav to daisychain together for the participants in the car who haven't downloaded Ava yet