Best TV Headphones for the Hearing Impaired

There are a number of great quality TV headphones for the hearing impaired (sometimes called TV hearing aids) that include features like voice clarification software¬† and tone control, that make watching TV much more enjoyable . They are usually wireless devices that use either radio frequency or infrared light to transmit the sound from the … 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

LifeEar Personal Audio Boost 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

Clarity XLC3.4 Amplified Cordless Phone Review

PROS: It has talking caller ID and talking dialing feature. It also has a high level of amplification at 50 dB amplification on incoming sound and 95 dB level amplification on ringer. It features really large buttons with high-contrast screen that is helpful for users with low vision. CONS: The phone doesn’t have an answering … Read more