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.
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.
This robust, passive neckloop plugs into any audio device’s standard 1/8″ earphone jack which allows you to hear beautiful, clear sound via the t-coils on your hearing aids. Neckloops let you hear in both ears if you wear two hearing aids. Can be inconspicuously worn under clothing.Learn More | Add to Cart—Mono plug | Add to Cart—Stereo plug
When you have this ring alerter on “HI”, you won’t miss the phone ringing. Even with a severe hearing loss and no hearing aids on, it can still “blow your socks off”. At the same time, the built-in light flashes. This gizmo works off the phone line so doesn’t need batteries ever.
If you need an amplified neckloop, the Amplicom NL100 is the neckloop for you. It works with cell phones, desktop (corded) and cordless telephones that have a 2.5 mm headset jack.
It comes with an 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm adapter so you can plug it into your favorite audio player or any device that has a standard 3.5 mm (1/8″) headphone jack.
Can’t hear too well on your cell phone? With this Bluetooth Cell Phone Amplifier you won’t have to worry about hearing muffled words or straining to hear, even in noisy environments! Amplifies speech up to 40 dB. The SA-40 HearAll connects to your cell phone via Bluetooth and is used like a handset.
This “listening beam” array microphone automatically steers its beam in the direction of the person speaking, thus allowing you to clearly hear the speaker without having to constantly aim the microphone as speakers change. Ideal for meetings, classrooms and conference table sessions.