Losing one’s hearing is a little like losing a part of the world around you. Lips move, but you can’t hear what is being said. Birds sing, but not for you. The world becomes an increasingly silent place. This can be frightening and even dangerous, because many sounds warn us of impending danger. A good hearing aid or hearing amplifier, that works for you, can make all the difference. Hearing aids can be very expensive and beyond many people’s budgets.
The new life ear audio amplifier can help those suffering from hearing loss. LifeEar makes affordable audio amplifiers that are right for many people with hearing loss. LifeEar is an international company founded by a doctor and an audiologist, just to make hearing amplifiers that are effective, easy to use and attractive, yet affordable. Not an easy fete. Because they only make one product, they can concentrate on making it high quality.
What is this audio amplifier, and how does it work? This is a personal sound amplification product to help those with hearing loss. It is not a hearing aid, but an audio amplifier made for occasional use for things like meetings, watching TV, or having conversations. This device has 4 noise reduction programmes, each designed for a different setting. 2 of them amplify high frequencies, while 2 amplify the full spectrum, and the programmes can be changed without removing the device from ones ear. Just push the button. This hearing amplifier uses 12 band digital sound processing to amplify sound in the range between 15dB and 25dB depending on programme used.
Anyone suffering hearing loss should visit their doctor or hearing specialist to find out what is causing the problem. Pain in the ear, wax build up, ringing of ears, a growth or other deformity or sudden hearing loss need immediate medical attention. Underlying causes of hearing loss need to be treated and corrected, if possible. Some causes of hearing loss necessitate using a medical grade hearing aid. If you have fading hearing, without the above underlying causes, a LifeEar sound amplification device may be just what you need. $349.99 is more affordable than a medical hearing aid, and you will have a six month warranty on a high quality device with very good user reviews.