8 Best Hearing Amplifiers | March 2017

Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now? CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? No? Then it may be time you invested in one of these nifty hearing amplifiers. They come in discreet designs and can deliver sound amplification and quality as good as (or better than) prescription hearing aids. Plus, they can be a lot cheaper, too. With one of these, you'll be able to hear every word of your favorite TV show. Skip to the best hearing amplifier on Amazon.
8 Best Hearing Amplifiers | March 2017

Overall Rank: 3
Best Mid-Range
Overall Rank: 1
Best High-End
Overall Rank: 8
Best Inexpensive
The inconspicuous Walker's Game Ear Ultra are moisture resistant and stay in the ear even when you're sweating, so they're good for the hearing impaired who spend plenty of time outdoors. Unfortunately, they amplify the sound of your own chewing.
The Stealth Secret Sound resembles a Bluetooth device, so nobody will know you're wearing an amplifier, but they may mistake you for security. It has a very sensitive microphone that detects subtle sounds and it can amplify those sounds up to 50 times.
The impressive MEDca m56 lets the listener pick up on sounds that even individuals with perfect hearing can't notice, which almost makes them feel like they have super powers. It's also one of the smallest amplifiers available.
The NewEar Digital boasts a stylish gold receiver piece and a skin tone control panel that is barely noticeable to onlookers. The ear hook also holds onto the ear firmly, so there's no fear of it falling off during exercise or fast movement.
  • mild compression circuit
  • lets you hear your own voice too
  • there is some annoying feedback
Brand NewEar
Model pending
Weight 5.6 ounces
The creators of the ClearHear Behind-The-Ear thought of everything when they used a rechargeable battery to save you money and time replacing it, and included helpful instructional videos, so you get the best experience out of your amplifier.
  • includes 10 sizes of tip
  • good at separating voices
  • can pick up too much ambient noise
Brand ClearHear
Model pending
Weight 6.4 ounces
The digital Britzgo Hearing BHA-220S provides superior sound to most analog models and has convenient volume controls built into the earpiece for an easy, wireless hearing experience. Plus the dome is interchangeable for either ear.
  • comes with a cleaning brush
  • feels sturdy and well built
  • includes a carrying case
Brand Britzgo
Model pending
Weight 9.6 ounces
If you can't afford to spend a lot, but need help hearing, the Reizen Loud Ear is a great option. The built-in microphone offers clear sound, and can pick up noises up to 100 feet away from the listener. The included earbud is very comfortable, too.
  • has a convenient belt clip
  • compact and lightweight
  • used and loved by speech therapists
Brand Reizen
Weight 2.4 ounces
The William Sound PKT D1 gives users the noise-blocking benefits of full headphones or the discreetness of a mini earpiece, both of which offer 20 to 40 decibels of acoustic gain. The amplifier pack has a long-lasting 100-hour battery life and a removable microphone.
  • has a 2 foot tv cord
  • comes with a five-year warranty
  • features volume and tone controls
Brand Williams Sound
Model PKT D1 EH
Weight 9.6 ounces
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Last updated: 03/22/2017 | Authorship Information