The PockeTalker 2.0 lets you communicate effectively one-to-one—even in noisy places! This powerful, slim, ergonomically designed amplifier couldn’t be easier to use. Simply plug in the headphones or ear buds, position the microphone near the person you are trying to hear, adjust the volume—and enjoy listening again.
The dual Noizfree Ear Hooks let you hear true stereo via the t-coils in your hearing aids. You can plug the Noizfree Ear Hook s into any audio device where you would otherwise plug in earphones or earbuds and hear beautiful, clear sound. The Ear Hooks simply hang on your ears beside your hearing aids.
This super-directional handheld microphone is ideal for use in noisy places. Just aim it at the speaker. The louder the background noise, the closer you need to be to the speaker in order to hear beautiful, clear sound. Optimal range is between 5 and 20 feet. Works well with the PockeTalker.
Severe Meniere’s disease is not something you ever want to experience. In this book, not only will you learn what it’s like to have Meniere’s disease, but you will learn about the latest discovery of the underlying cause of Meniere’s disease and the simple treatment that let’s you wave good bye to your Meniere’s disease.
If your ears ring, buzz, chirp, hiss, click or roar, you know just how annoying tinnitus can be. You do not have to put up with this racket for the rest of your life. This book teaches you many things you can do to help bring your tinnitus under your control so it no longer bothers you.
This 22 gauge, insulated, stranded, copper wire is ideal for making a home room loop for listening to your TV. Comes in 100 foot rolls in either black or white. Home loop amplifiers typically can handle a looped area that has a perimeter of up to 100 feet.
Ototoxic Drugs Exposed reveals the ear-damaging side effects (hearing loss, tinnitus, balance problems, etc.) of 877 drugs, 35 herbals and 148 chemicals. More importantly, this book explains how you can avoid or reduce the risk to your ears from ototoxic drugs.
When hard of hearing people begin hearing phantom sounds (voices or music), they immediately worry they are going crazy. This book reveals what Musical Ear Syndrome (MES) is, what causes these phantom sounds and what you can do to deal with them and regain your peace of mind.