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Personal Hearing Amplifiers, or ALDs (assistive listening devices) are discrete and customizable solutions that offer an affordable choice.  People who need sound amplified to hear more clearly, whether they use a hearing aid or not, will find our selection of devices flexible, mobile and condusive to a variety of lifestyle environments.

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Williams Sound Pocketalker Ultra personal sound amplifier Phonic Ear® Field Teleloop System PockeTalker 2.0 with Headphones + Dual Ear Buds
Pocketalker Ultra
List Price: $184.00
Our Price: $127.00
You save $57.00!
Phonic EarŽ Field Teleloop System
List Price: $200.00
Our Price: $159.95
You save $40.05!
Williams Sound Pocketalker Ultra

The pocketalker Ultra System amplifies sounds closest to the listener while reducing background noise. Ideal for one-on-one conversation, small-group and television listening, or conversing in the car. Use with or without hearing aids. Simply plug in your earpiece, position the microphone near the preferred sound, adjust volume to your comfort - and start listening. The comfortable lightweight design features separate tone and volume controls that are located on the outside of the case. The finger tip adjustable volume control allows you to quickly adjust to your listening environment - whether your hearing loss is low frequency or high frequency sounds.

  • Amplifies the sounds around you by up to 40dB
  • Delivers clear, distinct sound amplification
  • Adjustable volume control for easy operation
  • Compatible with telecoil (T-Coil) enabled devices (Most hearing aids have built-in T-coils)
  • Extended battery life (100 hours)
  • 2AA batteries included
  • 5 year manufacturer warranty

Phonic EarŽ Field Teleloop System
A wireless solution for listening to TV, stereo, MP3 and other audio sources by anyone wearing a hearing instrument with a t-coil. (Most hearing aids have a built-in T-coil)
New ergonomic design of the original PockeTalker Pro designed to improve communication in difficult listening situations; Built-in microphone picks up conversations with additional plug-in mic included in packaging to help during more difficult listening situations; Built-in t-coil enables user to hearing in looped environments; Right and left volume controls; Tone control; Operates on 2 AAA batteries (included) which lasts 100 hours; 2 listening options packaged including dual stereo headphones and earphones; 5 year warranty
PLAID® Personal Listening Aid Duett with Headphone & Earbuds Duett with Neckloop
PLAIDŽ Personal Listening Aid
List Price: $325.00
Our Price: $325.00
Sale Price: $299.00
You save $26.00!
Duett with Neckloop
Our Price: $219.95
PLAID is a sophisticated sound amplifier that allows you to select and set your desired amplification from a range of acoustic alternatives.
  • Ear-level personal sound amplifier available only through licensed healthcare professionals
  • Pre-loaded with three acoustic algorithms; ClikFIT features allows user to access and choose preferred amplification settings
  • Once the amplification setting is locked in, the user has two listening modes: Quiet and Noise
  • Program button allows user to switch between modes
  • Single unit
  • Available in 2 colors – Beige and Gray
Rechargeable hearing amplifier with sound designed to improve communication in difficult listening situations; Large volume buttons; Balance and tone control; Rechargeable batteries Rechargeable hearing amplifier with sound designed to improve communication in difficult listening situations; Large volume buttons; Balance and tone control; Rechargeable batteries
   
 
Personal hearing amplifiers provide an affordable solution for anyone with a hearing deficiency. The volume is completely customizable for just the right amplification to hear sounds better. New neural based hearing technology by Etymotic and PLAID offer hearing devices that improve listening for those not ready for a hearing aid.

While personal listening devices are the more flexible and mobile assisted listening systems and are a convenient and affordable way to achieve hearing amplification, they do not take the place of prescribed hearing aids. Much like reading glasses and prescription glasses, they serve to assist the user that may not need a prescription.