Walker’s Game Ear

Digital Game Ear – In an age of computers and cellular phone technology, hunting product innovator Bob Walker has kept the pace by taking the first step to provide the outdoor market with the first 100% digital circuit, hearing enhancement/ hearing protection device.

Walker’s Game Ear Inc. goes ‘High-Def.’ with new Walker’s Digital HD-2

Media, PA- When the hunting public speaks, Walker’s Game Ear Inc. listens. Hunting product innovator Bob Walker announces addition of the new Walker’s Digital HD-2 to their line of sound amplification/hearing protection products. The Walker’s Digital HD-2 is the most advanced Behind The Ear ( BTE) unit available and will take outdoor enthusiasts hearing and protection to an entirely new level.

The Walker’s Digital HD-2 uses two omni-directional microphones that are located in the front and the rear of the unit. Both microphones can be programmed by the user with the audible signal indicator switch for different settings, giving the user multiple hearing options. The Walker’s Digital HD-2 can be set to use the front or rear microphone independently or both front and rear microphones together. Each setting has its own unique feature which gives the user the ability to pinpoint sound- even in a noisy environment such as trying to hear range announcements during multiple shooting events or locating the direction of a distant gobble, bugle, or sounds of approaching game.

The Walker’s Digital HD-2 also has an internal induction coil which gives the user the capabilities of wireless communication. This function makes the Walker’s Digital HD-2 suitable for cordless and digital telephones as well as walkie-talkie radios that utilize standard single-jack mini-plug connectors. A neck-loop/lapel microphone accessory available through Walker’s Game Ear Inc. gives the user the freedom of hands-free communication..

The sophisticated Walker’s Digital HD-2 technology utilizes a fully digital WDRC (Wide Dynamic Range Compression) amplifier which basically amplifies soft sounds such as leaves rustling from approaching game but does not amplify loud sounds such as the harmful affects of muzzle blast. The adjustable volume control has a maximum gain of 50 dB which enhances the users normal hearing up to nine times. A noise reduction rating( NRR) of 29 dB coupled with CD-quality sound makes the new Walker’s Digital HD-2 the ultimate tool for outdoor enthusiasts.

The Walker’s Digital HD-2 uses one standard #13 Cell Zinc-Air battery and because it contains more efficient digital circuitry, battery life expectancy has nearly doubled – giving the user 280 hours of worry-free unsurpassed sound quality and speech clarity that only digital technology can produce.

Check out the new Walker’s Game Ear HD-2 and the full line of Walker’s Game Ear products at www.walkersgameear.com or call 1-800-424-1069. For high resolution images, contact Denny Snyder at 717-560-3877 or email paoutback@aol.com.


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