Served my needs beautifully for more than 7 or 8 years.
Sandy Schultz, Amazon
26 January 2015
Summary: I've used equalizer for six or seven years - until they discontinued making it. WHY? There is nothing affordable that will do what this little unit did. As one other medical transriptionist said, it saved her long hours of struggling through and listening to a foreign tongue speaking broken...
Summary: I have noise cancelling headphones I use on long car trips (in a very loud sports car) to listen to audio books. I found headphones ($85) that do the noise reduction job for my muffler roaring (still let me clearly hear emergency vehicles, horns, etc.
Works great, good alternative to more expensive devices
PhilB "PhilB", Amazon
8 November 2011
Summary: I bought this device to boost the bass on my stereo headphones because my work computer's cheap built-in sound controller has no equalizer. It works great. There is, however, a slight hissing sound, but it's unnoticeable when music is playing.
Summary: I've given this portable EQ a split rating of three stars for a couple of reasons which I'll briefly explain. I'm a professional sound recordist. So I do know sound gear. I didn't buy this to use professionally but to help improve the listenability of audio teaching tapes that I'm having to listen...
Summary: I do transcriptions from home, both electronic and on tapes, and have begun using this and it really has helped with the ability to hear the statements better. My only complaint is that I forget to turn it off at times and it then runs the battery down but that's my fault for not double checking...
Summary: Great product with good sound (coming from a profession sound engineer of 10 years) and the volume control proves useful as well. It's light weight and very thin, but still somewhat larger than it could be, I suppose that's because of the batteries. I'd still buy it again though.