Reizen Loud Ear 120dB Gain Personal Amplifier

PROS: Inexpensive, not complicated to use, works well for some users. CONS: The single earbud isn’t the best. (Many users replace with higher quality headphones). Sound quality could be improved. SUMMARY: The Reizen Loud Ear is a budget option if you are looking for a handheld hearing amplifier. It is not expensive and some users … Read more

Bellman Audio Maxi Personal Amplifier Review

PROS: The Controls are well laid out; you can customize the device to your personal listening preferences to a greater degree than comparable devices. CONS: The larger size makes it difficult to fit in a pocket. SUMMARY: If you are someone who needs a bit of hearing help in certain situation the Bellman and Symfom … Read more

Williams Sound Pocketalker Ultra Review

PROS: Very easy to use; it has a long extension cable and mic that will help eliminate any ambient noise when people speak directly into the mic. It makes a good, affordable alternative to hearing aids. CONS: Earphones could be better quality SUMMARY: The Pocketalker is a great product for anyone who has a hearing … Read more

Super Ear SE4000 Review

PROS: The main advantage of the SE4000 is the price. If you only need a moderate amount of amplification, and don’t want to spend too much, it’s a decent choice. CONS: The battery life isn’t great, the cord is too short, and you’ll get more background noise than with higher budget alternatives. SUMMARY: The Super … Read more

Best Hand-Held Personal Hearing Amplifiers

Hand-held personal hearing amplifiers are a wonderful alternative to the more common behind the ear hearing amplifiers. They are especially useful for anyone who is unable or unwilling to wear either hearing aids, or find behind the ear amplifiers uncomfortable. The price of these types of amplifiers can range from $30 to $200, with a … Read more