If you have hearing loss, there’s listening equipment available to help when you’re out and about, socialising with friends, at work, or watching TV, even if you already have hearing aids.

Our assistive listening devices include conversation amplifiers, TV listeners, neckloops and ear hooks. We also have hearing loops for home and businesses, sometimes called induction loops.

All of our listening devices use microphones to pick up and amplify sound, making it clearer and easier to understand. Elite conversation amplifiers are for more challenging listening environments. The Roger Pen transmitter works with a receiver such as the MyLink, Roger X or headphones (which you wear to pick up the sounds). You need both parts to use an elite listener.

Website: https://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/shop/listening-devices/

Address: Action on Hearing Loss Shop Team, Bakewell Road, Peterborough, PE2 6XU

Telephone: 03330 144525

Email: solutions@hearingloss.org.uk