LifeEar Boost Amplifier

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About the LifeEar Boost

The LifeEar Boost is an amplifier that has a dedicated volume control and uses size 10 hearing aid batteries and has noise reduction and listening programs.

LifeEar Boost Model Details

LifeEar Boost

Amplifier

LifeEar Boost

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The LifeEar Boost has a dedicated volume control and uses size 10 hearing aid batteries.

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LifeEar Boost Physical Specifications

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Disposable Batteries Battery Size
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LifeEar Boost Technology Details

LifeEar Boost
Price $299 per aid

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Noise Reduction
Listening Programs

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LifeEar Boost Videos

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05 March 2015

My family has complained about my hearing loss for some time. The LifeEar Hearing Amplifier - All Digital 4 Program Device with Noise Reduction...

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LifeEar Boost Reviews

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I've used a pair of Life Ear Boosts to deal with mild high-frequency hearing loss for a couple of years and, apart from some minor hassles, I have been very happy with them. They provide two amplification ranges, full spectrum and high frequency, with two settings for each, with and without noise reduction, for eight basic modes. Each can then be set to one of eight volume levels, for a total of 64 available settings. I habitually use the high frequency noise reduction configuration and they have dramatically improved my enjoyment of music, in particular, as well as made conversing with my wife, who has a very soft voice, much easier and more pleasant for both of us. The devices are very reasonably priced, especially by comparison with prescription aids, at about $360 each (IIRC), but they are readily available used for as little as $100. The negatives are few and minor: the tubes and earpieces cost $20 each, which is excessive for such simple pieces of silicone, and have to be replaced every two or three months. Good batteries last two or three days but buying them in bulk reduces the cost considerably. They aren't the least visible aids, but they aren't especially obtrusive, either. The real bad news, however, is that the company seems to have stopped making them and is concentrating on a much more expensive device that can be tuned via a phone app. The results may be better but whether they justify the three or four-fold increase in price is, I suppose, something for each user to decide for him or herself. 

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