Personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) are lower-cost, over-the-counter alternatives to traditional hearing aids. Quality PSAPs typically cost a few hundred dollars compared to thousands for prescription hearing aids, yet can still effectively amplify sounds for mild to moderate hearing loss.
My testing found the Bellman Mino personal amplifier delivers excellent audio amplification and clarity through standout features like its dual microphones, customized audio, telecoil system, and long battery life, making it a great option for improving hearing ability despite lacking Bluetooth and mobile connectivity.
The BenQ treVolo U Bluetooth speaker optimizes audio quality for seniors with technologies like a specialized microphone, human voice enhancement engine, and built-in hearing test for audio customization. By boosting sound clarity and comprehension, the treVolo U enables elderly listeners to comfortably enjoy conversations, music, TV, and other media through simplified Bluetooth connectivity with smartphones, computers, tablets, and more.
Having trouble hearing the TV is often the first sign of a hearing problem. And, TV headphones can help with that. But, what if you have an old TV and don’t want to get a new one? To help you out, I put together this list of the best wireless headphones for older TVs. You’ll also learn more about the types of connections you’ll need to hook up TV headphones.
Digital voice recorders have lots of uses for seniors from recording reminders to preserving family oral histories. Voice recorders for the elderly should be simple to use, convenient to carry, and have great audio quality with large buttons. Some of the easier to use models are in the article below.