The PockeTalker Ultra by Williams Sound—the personal Assistive Listening Device that lets hard of hearing people communicate effectively one-to-one—even in noisy places!
- Easy to use indoors or outdoors
- Use the PockeTalker™ to listen to the radio, TV or stereo
- Helps you hear in noisy situations such as while riding in your car, in restaurants and in small groups
- Ideal for one-to-one conversations
- Adjustable volume and tone controls
- Lightweight—only 3.8 oz with batteries installed
- Uses two AAA batteries (give about 100 hours of use)
- Low battery indicator
- Conveniently clips to belt for ease in carrying and hands-free operation or wear around your neck on lanyard provided
- Adapt it to your specific needs
- Use with hearing aids and neckloop, Music-Links, silhouettes or DAI (direct audio input) patch cord
- Use without hearing aids with earbuds, earphones or head-phones. If you use earphones with a stereo plug, use a stereo to mono adapter (Radio Shack part no. 274-882/$3.99, or 274-368/$2.99), or purchase it here for $3.95.
- Choose the specific microphone to fit your specific listening situations, either plug-mounted mic (included), lapel mic (which I use and recommend), a hand-held mic or a directional mic.
- Use it to hear better on any regular phone with the Mini Recorder Control (Radio Shack (part no. 43-1237/$22.99) or purchase it here for $30.00.
Basic PockeTalker System includes:
- PockeTalker™ Ultra
- Plug-in microphone
- 12 foot microphone/earphone extension cord
- 2 plastic microphone clips for radio, TV, etc. (self-sticking)
- 2 AAA alkaline batteries
- Nylon Lanyard
- Belt clip
Note: In order to hear with your PockeTalker, you will need ear buds, earphones, headphones or a neckloop. You can use your own (with appropriate adapter if they are stereo), or order the items below (which do not need adapters). Order your PockeTalker Ultra for only $129.50.
Music Links (requires stereo to mono adapter mentioned above)
You will likely find that you’ll also love having two additional microphones:
Other microphones for use with the PockeTalker
“Thank you for the PockeTalker! My father is using it and we all love it. He is completely deaf in one ear and 75% in the other ear. For the first time in years he can hear conversations in restaurants and while riding in autos. I bought a 2 for 1 splitter so we can run 2 microphones at the same time. One for me as I drive, and I mike up my mother in the back seat. This also works well with the TV. We mike up the television and I put a mike on also, then I just mute the TV when I want to speak with him. Worked great during the Superbowl.”—B. M.