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Not Ready for a Hearing Aid? | Need a Little Help in Certain Situations?

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Not Ready for a Hearing Aid? | Need a Little Help in Certain Situations?

Do you have a Mild hearing problem? Are you Just not Ready to invest in Hearing Aids? Your not alone. Most people may wait up to 7 years before getting hearing aids.  There are many reasons why people prolong the inevitable. However, instead of prolonging the decision to purchase hearing aids, the least you can do for yourself is purchase a low cost quality hearing amplifier.  Get yourself acquainted with amplified sound.  The benefits are impressive.  Using amplification to improve your hearing provides important benefits: Improves on communication and balance Hearing loss increases the risk of suffering from dementia The hearing nerve endings, which...

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High Quality Hearing Amplifiers that are Affordable

Posted by Michael Vavrek on

High Quality Hearing Amplifiers that are Affordable

Hearing amplifiers are low cost alternatives advertised almost everywhere from $10 to $500. These hearing amplifiers are not hearing aids. Hearing aids are devices programmed to your hearing prescription and can be reprogrammed as your hearing changes or if adjustments are needed.  Hearing amplifiers are designed for a mild to moderate hearing loss but are not programmed to your prescription. Costs of these amplifiers can vary due to the quality and the technology included in the device. Better amplifiers have digital processing included in the device. Another important technology feature in any hearing device is the use of directional microphones....

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What are Hearing Amplifiers? | hearBit® The Ready-to-Wear Hearing Aid

Posted by Michael Vavrek on

What are Hearing Amplifiers? | hearBit® The Ready-to-Wear Hearing Aid

WHAT ARE HEARING AMPLIFIERS or PSAPs? Hearing amplifiers or Personal sound amplifiers (PSAPs) are devices you put behind or in your ear. They are designed to help amplify sound all around you or target sound that is in front of you. Some may only enhance sound in the mid and high frequencies for improvement of overall clarity. They look similar to hearing aids and they vary in price and technology. Sound is amplified up to approximately 30 dB in volume. Amplifiers are more accessible than traditional hearing aids since they can be purchased without going to a healthcare providers office....

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