Hearing amplifiers vs. hearing aids. Personal sound amplifying products, or PSAPs, are designed to boost environmental hearing for people without hearing loss. They aren’t selective in what sounds they amplify and are commonly used to “keep an ear” on children or babies in another room.

Personal Amplifiers

Assistive listening systems are listening devices that are designed for a variety of listening situations and hearing abilities.
Personal hearing amplifiers help an individual with hearing loss hear better in small group settings and one-on-one conversations.
PSAPs (Personal Sound Amplifiers) are discreet listening devices worn in the ear to help an individual hear better in different environments.
Personal FM/digital systems are great for classrooms, churches or any setting where you are a distance away from the speaker.