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Tweak Hearing Focus Amplifier

Product Info, Reviews, Prices, Videos, and More

82% score based on 1 review

About the Tweak Hearing Focus

The Tweak Hearing Focus is an amplifier that has a dedicated volume control, a push button (program control), and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries and has noise reduction, directionality, feedback suppression, listening programs, and processing channels.

Tweak Hearing Focus Model Details

Tweak Hearing Focus

Amplifier

Tweak Hearing Focus

1 review

The Tweak Hearing Focus has a dedicated volume control, a push button (program control), and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

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Tweak Hearing Focus Physical Specifications

Tweak Hearing Focus
Tweak Hearing Focus
Rating
82%

1 review

Disposable Batteries Battery Size
312
Push Button Push Button Options
  • Program control
Volume Control
Downloads

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Tweak Hearing Focus Technology Details

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Tweak Hearing Focus Videos

Tweak Focus and Focus+T Overview
Tweak Hearing Focus Video

Tweak Focus and Focus+T Overview

30 May 2017

Dr. Schumaier gives a brief overview of the new Tweak models: Focus and Focus+T, including set-up information and a demonstration.

Tweak Hearing Focus Model Personal Sound Amplifier Digital Volume Control Directional
Tweak Hearing Focus Video

Tweak Hearing Focus Model Personal Sound Amplifier Digital Volume Control Directional

05 March 2015

The Tweak Hearing Focus Model Personal Sound Amplifier came with 4 batteries each with a longevity of 7-8 days per battery. The units were smaller...

Tweak on Modern Living with kathy ireland®
Tweak Hearing Focus Video

Tweak on Modern Living with kathy ireland®

17 August 2015

Dr. Daniel Schumaier, Tweak inventor talks with Kathy Ireland about Tweak, a personal sound amplifier. #modernlivingtelevision #kathyireland

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Tweak Hearing Focus Reviews

Hearing aid reviews are fundamentally different from reviews for most other consumer electronic products. The reason is because individual factors, like degree of hearing loss, have a profound effect one's success and overall satisfaction with the product. When purchasing a hearing aid, you'll need to consider more than just your hearing outcome. Hearing aids are manufactured with varying levels of quality; some hearing aids are extremely durable, while others suffer frequent breakage. Battery life also varies between models, and manufacturer predictions of battery life are often optimistic. By collecting feedback from consumers, we can get a better idea of real world product durability and battery life... Continue reading

Overall Ratings

Hearing Tracker uses a ten-question survey to assess consumer feedback on hearing aids. The percentage bars below reflect the average ratings provided per question.
Note: Original answers provided in star rating format.

Benefit in Quiet
Benefit in Noise
Benefit on the Phone
Clear and Natural
Music Improvement
Physical Comfort
Reliability
Feedback
Hearing Improvement
Value

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Discussion

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Member 07 June 2018
An audiologist told me I needed hearing aids a few years ago. More recently, friends told me that going without aids can hasten deafness as the ears get tired of not hearing and shut down. So I went shopping and discovered that hearing aids today cost $7-8,000 a pair. So I tried a pair and they worked really well. I almost bought them until I found out they didn't work with my Android phone, only Apple, for things like tapping the aid to connect the call while leaving phone in your pocket. I decided to wait another year until Android caught up. Fearing I might be causing more hearing damage by waiting, I began to explore the option of using so-called "amplifiers," hearing aids without the blessing of anaudiologist ... and at bout ten times the cost. I did a lof of homework, even discovering the peninsular in Denmark where many of the hearing aids AND the "amplifiers" are produced. I read the ratings and tried out the top 5 or 6, taking advantage of their free trials. I bought only one of each and tested them side by side with next best, on both ears. Sometimes, it's a matter of taste or your kind of deafness, but for me, the Tweak Focus eventually won out. Among the reasons, besides hearing, was that they have a single button that allows you to quickly adjust the from dealing with a quiet environment to a noisy one. And you can have the aids memorize your favorite starting off point for volume. They even offered a choice of color, for my vanity. They weren't the smallest, but they were narrow and felt right to me. And they were directional, like the $7-8,000 aids. That button I mentioned shuts of the rear speakers so you can concentrate on what's in front of you, like the person you are trying to hear. It works!
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