Laiwen Hearing Amplifier CIC (B-Series)

PROS: Affordable In-canal design (not a lot of options for in-canal amplifiers) Discrete CONS: Depending on the model, some users find the volume difficult to control   SUMMARY: The Laiwen is an interesting device because it is one of the few in-canal amplifiers that works quite well and isn’t very expensive. Laiwen offers three different … Read more

BLJ Hearing Amplifier

PROS: Reasonably priced Easy to use push-button control Comfortable CONS: Very small so it can be difficult for some users to operate   SUMMARY: The BLJ Hearing Amplifier is a direct competitor to the Laiwen in-canal option that we also recommend. It is moderately priced, small and comfy for most users to wear. They are … Read more

Neosonic Hearing Amplifier BTE

SUMMARY: The Neosonic Behind the Ear Hearing Amplifier is an excellent option in the mid-range price level. It has a lot of features that you usually find only on much more expensive amplifiers like more advanced noise suppression technology, 4 different listening programs, as well as feedback and background noise-canceling technology. This device costs roughly … Read more

Coniler Hearing Amplifier

PROS: Affordably priced Rechargeable battery Comfortable to wear Comes with a few different domes sizes so you can get the best fit CONS: Not the most discreet option as the tubes are a bit large Some users find the tubes somewhat hard and challenging to manipulate   SUMMARY: The Coniler is an excellent rechargeable option … 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-canceling 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 people are … Read more

Banglijian Hearing Amplifier Rechargeable Ziv-201A

  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 … Read more

Empower Hearing Amplifier Review

PROS: Affordable, easy to use. Users can 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: As with any hearing aid or hearing amplifier, the noise reduction function takes some getting used to. SUMMARY: This is a fantastic quality product … Read more

Otofonix Elite Personal Sound Amplifier Review

PROS: It has four memory settings for different hearing environments ( Normal, Noisy, Treble, and Power). Comes with ten easy to adjust volume settings Small and comfortable to wear Ready to use right out of the box 45-day hassle-free return policy   CONS: The device is so small that some users may find the battery … Read more

Pocketalker Ultra 2.0 Review

PROS: Thin Lightweight Better sound quality than in previous versions Can work as a t-coil receiver if there is a loop setup   SUMMARY: The Pocketalker Ultra 2.o is the latest (released in 2016) in the very popular Pocketalker series of handheld hearing amplifiers. These types of amplifiers are perfect for anyone who doesn’t like … Read more

Best In-ear Personal Hearing Amplifiers and Aids

In-the-Ear (ITE) style of hearing amplifier is much less popular than the behind-the-ear models, so there is much less variety to choose from on the market. You can get many low-end, low-quality ITE products but they are often marketed to hunters who need amplification when out in nature and not intended for users with hearing … Read more