Banglijian Hearing Amplifier Rechargeable Ziv-201

  PROS: Moderately Priced Rechargeable battery Charges quickly The sound is easy to adjust CONS: Some users find the background noise reduction feature doesn’t work that well   SUMMARY: This hearing amplifier is designed for people with mild to moderate hearing loss (hearing loss level from 25-70 dbs). Its big selling features are the fact that … Read more

Sound World Solutions – Sidekick

SUMMARY: The Sidekick is a customizable personal sound amplifier that also includes Bluetooth capability. It is designed to look like a traditional behind the ear hearing aid the Sidekick (unlike Sound World Solutions CS50 that is made to look like a Bluetooth device). Using a personalization program on the Sound World Solutions Customizer app you … Read more

Digital Hearing Amplifier by Britzgo BHA-220

PROS: Inexpensive Great battery life (500 + hours) Comfortable CONS: Small buttons may be hard to use if you have hand dexterity problems. Amplifies everything, doesn’t have noise cancelling technology   SUMMARY: If you are looking for an inexpensive hearing amplifier, this is a great option to consider. It only costs around $60 but many … Read more

EasyUSLife EZ220 Review

PROS: The EZ220 is inexpensive, gives a good amount of amplification, and has a good battery life. CONS: Not a lot of sound customization.Volume switch could be improved. SUMMARY: If you can’t afford a hearing aid and are instead doing without, the EZ220 may be a device that will help you. If offers good amplification … Read more

Empower Hearing Amplifier Review

PROS: Affordable, easy to use. Users are able to customize the sound to suit their level of hearing loss. It doesn’t need to be custom fit, and it is lightweight and discrete CONS: The noise reduction function takes some getting used to. SUMMARY: This is a fantastic quality product that does what it claims to … Read more