If you’re buying a tablet for an older person with difficulty hearing, a tablet with great sound is essential. From crisp audio on video calls to getting the most from podcasts and audio books, high quality speakers will make all the difference. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 has Quad Stereo Sound and a vivid display for a truly cinematic, clear sound experience. You can also use tablets with headphones - the Galaxy Tab A7 and the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite all have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Alcatel 3T 10 has dual front speakers and double bass enhancement units for deep, distortion-free sound. Its full-frequency response accurately produces a full range of bass, mid and treble tones for crisp, quality audio. If you want to use headphones, this tablet also comes with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.
The headphone jack looks like a small round hole - you’ll find it on the bottom of the tablet. You may need to check if your existing headphones use a headphone jack, as you may need to buy some new ones if they’re different. If you don’t like headphones with wires as you find they get tangled, you can also look into Bluetooth headphones which connect wirelessly.