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Should i get a personal sound amplification product (psap)?

No. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a personal sound amplification product (PSAP) is a wearable electronic product that is not intended to compensate for hearing loss. They’re meant to amplify quiet sounds in the environment for people who have a normal hearing ability, like when a hunter is listening for a deer.

Attention: PSAPs are not hearing aids and should not be used to substitute or replace hearing aids. They are not medical devices and do not require a prescription. While the technology found in PSAPs may appear similar to that found in a hearing aid, it’s of an inferior quality and could damage your hearing even further.

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