When you can’t hear well, it can be a problem for both you and an annoyance for people around you when you keep responding, “What? What?” to everything they say. Maybe that’s why Cali was so immediately sure I should be the one to review the Symphonix Personal Sound Amplifier from RCA. See, about 15 years ago I had a terrible ear infection that caused me to lose about half of the hearing in my right ear.
The Symphonix Personal Sound Amplifier works incredibly simply and does exactly what you would hope it does. It amplifies and sharpens the sound around you, making it much easier to follow conversations. It’s very hard to explain how this feels, but the best I can do is to compare it to turning up the Clarity control when editing a digital photo. All the details just become much clearer and sharper. It’s very comfortable to wear, and doesn’t interfere with glasses.
The Symphonix Personal Sound Amplifier is a great way to easily and immediately tune up your hearing. You can get it at Amazon for $300.
We’re awarding RCA’s Symphonix with the Geek Beat Editor’s Choice Award for the simplicity, comfort, and incredible performance it provides. I would also highly recommend getting one for anyone you know who has experienced any sort of hearing loss, or even simply anyone who would like to augment their own normal hearing. It’s basically bionic hearing in a box!