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Personal Amplification

Personal amplifiers can be used with hearing aids to further improve your hearing. Some people also use them in place of their hearing aids, depending on the situation and their level of hearing loss. They can be used in a wide variety of situations, from movie theaters to quiet conversations with friends. Most devices are equipped with adjustable tone and volume options.

Pocket Talker

A sensitive micro-phone that can be placed close to the sound source to minimize background noise, a compact amplifier with volume control, and your choice of headphones or earbuds to deliver full range, high quality sound.

Mino

Our most versatile model. Small and discreet with a directional microphone and multiple customization options. A great choice for those who spend a lot of time outside their home. 

ATTENTION: This item is a closeout item and no longer comes with earbuds. You may use any standard mini-jack headphones/earbuds but, they must be purchased separately by you.

Duett

A personal amplifier with a compact and self-clarifying design that catches important sounds like people’s voices and sends loud, crisp audio to either headphones, earbuds or a hearing aid.

Quality Range
Sound Quality
Unique feature
Microphone
Power/Battery
Amplification
Balance Control
Maximum Volume Limitation
With Headphones
With Earbuds
Good
Mono
Pocket-sized
External omni-directional
Up to 100 hours
50 dB
Yes
Yes
Better
Stereo
Pocket-sized
Built-directional and omni-directional
Rechargeable, up to 18 hours
60 dB
Yes
Yes
Yes (Earbuds no longer included.)
Best
Mono/Stereo*
Small and easy to use
Omni-directional
Rechargeable, up to 20 hours
59 dB
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes