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55% score based on 1 review
|NewEar Digital Modern High Power PSAP|
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I wanted something better than the very cheap Walker amplifiers so I looked on Amazon and found the New Ear. The one I got is identical to this with one exception. The receiver is in the ear. It has 4 programs with the 3rd program for people with high frequency hearing loss. They tend to sound a bit tinny but I can hear higher sounds that make speech more intelligible. I always have to guess what my wife is saying and these help take the guesswork out of what she says. The 13 battery lasts a full two weeks. I have been wearing this now for the past two years. Though they typically cost $50 online, a vendor gave me one free. My only complaint with this unit is that it does not attenuate very loud sounds like phone ringing or dog barking so it hurts to be wearing this when there are loud sounds. I turn the unit off by opening the battery door when I'm outdoors. If you need a very inexpensive way to hear a soft-spoken person, these are great for that. They don't do well in noisy restaurants. There is no telecoil and they are not good for music. I use them sometimes for TV but prefer my wireless Sennheizer headphones for that.
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