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Lound n' clear, personal amplifier
on May 26, 2011
This is a "as seen on TV" type of item. The manufacturer is evidently not allowed to call this device a "hearing aid", but that is what it is. The suggested price is 19.99. It looks like a blue tooth phone. It does the job well. A friend of ours supplies these to patients at a seniors home where she works. We decided to do the same after an elderly relative had their hearing aids inadvertantly sent through the laundry. For the cost of a $2000 hearing aid you can get a lot of "Lound 'N Clear" amplifiers. If this amplifier is not turned off when not in use it becomes a real battery hog. However, the replacements are often sold at dollar stores. Overall, Grandad is very happy with this device, especially when listening to the television.