Clarity, a Tennessee-based provider of hearing loss products, announced last week the launch of their new Personal Sound Amplification Product (PSAP) the Clarity Chat. The device, available as a single behind-the-ear unit or as a pair, is dubbed as an “affordable and easy-to-use amplifier”.
According to the company, the 8 channel digital PSAP device can “help differentiate speech from background noise” during operation. Battery life is estimated between a week and ten days with normal use.
PSAP Offers Tech Usually Found in Hearing Aids
Like an increasing number of new PSAPs and hearable devices, the Clarity Chat devices offers many features normally found only in traditional hearing aids. Among the features are:
- Digital signal processing
- Adaptive feedback cancellation
- 8 channel wide dynamic range compression (WDRC)
- 12 band noise reduction
- Voice prompts for low battery, program and volume changes
- Sudden loud sound suppression
- Four program options, including telecoil program
According to the company, the Clarity Chat is now available for purchase online and claims to have a 45 day money back trial period, along with a year warranty on the device.
The PSAP devices are currently priced at $499.95 for a single unit or $899.95 for a pair.