Pocketalkers & Personal Amplifiers

A personal amplifier is a portable assistive listening device that amplifies voices and other sounds. A personal amplifier includes a small amplifier (often carried in a shirt pocket) and uses an attached mic to pick up sounds close to the listener, which are then boosted and played through an attached headset or earbud. With this type of assistive listening device, tone and volume are fully adjustable to compensate for the degree and frequency range of the user’s hearing loss.

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