Personal Sound Amplifiers

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from: Longevity Explorers | Sequoias SF

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Member Louise reports on an article (latest AARP magazine) on a class of hearing assistive devices which may be an alternative in some cases to a pricy hearing aid. These are devices called "Personal Sound Amplification Products". Depending on a person's hearing requirements these devices can be an adjunct to a hearing aid or even perhaps an alternative.

There is a lengthy similar article in a recent Bloomberg Business week article that you can read here:
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from Sequoias, San Francisco circle discussion May 12th, 2015.


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Key words: 
hearing aids, amplifier