Assistive Listening Devices
Personal Amplifiers and Accessories:
You may be having trouble hearing what people are saying – or are starting to miss out on
sounds you once heard – but you’re not sure you’re ready to wear a hearing aid yet, especially
one that people can see. That’s what makes you ready to AMP.
New AMP fits snugly in your ear canal, so no one but you will know it’s there.
It’s comfortable, removable, and ready to wear in a single visit to your hearing professional. Better yet, AMP’s small size and ear canal placement take advantage of your ear’s natural acoustics for a sound quality you need to hear to believe.
- Fits invisibly inside your ear
- Acts like a hearing amplifier
- Designed especially for first-time hearing aid users
- Ready to wear in one visit
- Easy to remove for better ear health
The Starkey AMP™ is the hearing aid designed for people who aren’t ready for a hearing aid. If you want to hear better but aren’t sure you’re ready for a hearing aid, it’s time to AMP™.
AMP is a new kind of hearing aid —– one so tiny it fits invisibly in your ear canal where no one can see it.
It’s comfortable, works well with many levels of hearing loss and is designed specifically for first-time hearing aid users. Download BROCHURE to learn more (PDF)
Contact us to order it today! $600 per aid plus $15 shipping.
Complete SoundGear Hearing Kit
Our complete kit comes in a convenient carrying case and contains:
- One pair of SoundGear digital hearing protection devices
- Two pairs of orange silicone sleeves – (1) small (1) large
- Two pairs of black silicone sleevses – (1) small (1) large
- One battery removal tool
- Two packs of batteries
- One cleaning brush
- 1-year limited warranty
30-day risk-free trial*
Contact us to request a brochure or to order the kit today! $600 for pair plus $15 shipping.
Sennheiser TV Infrared System
A state-of-the-art Sennheiser TV Infrared System makes TV watching a pleasure – not too loud for other family members and just right for you, because you can adjust the volume through your own individual receiver. It’s comfortable, easily adjustable, and provides controls that are extremely easy to use even for those of us with limited dexterity.
An assistive listening device (ALD) refers to a type of hearing device that has been designed to enhance your day-to-day communications in any number of hearing situations, and can be used quite unobtrusively in conjunction with your existing hearing instrument.
Even with today’s best hearing instruments, most people with hearing loss notice that they have difficulty hearing in certain situations – using a telephone, watching television, attending a business meeting, dining in a restaurant, poor room acoustics in your home, experiencing issues with distance, filtering out background noise, and a host of other challenging day-to-day situations. Even if you already use a hearing instrument, an ALD can provide greater ease of hearing, and therefore alleviate the stress and fatigue often associated with hearing loss.