Hear Here

or jazz fans, hearing loss can be as devastating as a chronic injury is to an athlete, because it makes it more difficult to enjoy what you love. It’s not unusual for middle-aged and elderly people to experience hearing loss comparable to the effect of draping a heavy blanket over your head—a situation in which even Coltrane won’t sound good. But a new product category called personal sound amplification products, or PSAPs, is making it easier and more affordable than

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