Q. What is a Pocketalker? How can I borrow one?


Pocketalkers are personal sound amplifiers that help users hear more of what they want to hear and less of what they don't. They achieve this by reducing background noise and allowing the user to focus on and amplify specific sounds.

Pocketalkers are ideal for library programs, film showings, group discussions, one-on-one conversation, and for library use in general. Using a Pocketalker is as simple as plugging in a pair of headphones (or using the included pair), positioning the microphone near the preferred sound, and adjusting the volume to your desired setting. 

Visit any of our libraries' Reference Desks to borrow a Pocketalker for use during your next library visit. 

An image of a Pocketalker, a small silver device with a microphone on its top and a volume wheel on its left side.

  • Last Updated Sep 01, 2019
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  • Answered By Sloan Denton

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