Mini Behind The Ear Hearing Aids

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Mini Behind the Ear Hearing Aids

The G-28 is The world's most common hearing aid style. Available in standard, mini or power.

 Mini BTE Aid with the quality NH trimmer mode for the Moderate to Severe Hearing loss right Ear and Left Ear deaf people


1.Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL): 130dB

2.Peak  Gain(dB) : 45dB

3.Frequency range(Hz) : 500-4500Hz

4.Distortion :  800Hz : @ 2.5% , 1600Hz:  @2.0%

5.Equivalent Input Noise  (dB): 28dB                              

6.Zinc Air battery 13A, 2.0mA

7.The 13A battery duration about 20 Days

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Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid Device

Terms and Conditions:

Payment terms: Paypal,Western Union,MoneyGram,T/T available

Lead time: 2-5 days 

Shipping way: DHL/FedEx/TNT/UPS,or By air,by Sea-shipping

Warranty:1 years and lifetime free service

Skype: roger.cctv


Adsound Tips:

If you need to learn more about hearing loss for yourself or someone important to you, you’ve come to the right place! 

Untreated hearing loss is associated with lower quality of life, depression, social isolation, unemployment and lower earnings at work, higher medical bills for other health issues, high blood pressure and even a higher risk of dangerous trips and falls. Hearing loss can have far-reaching implications for you and those close to you.

Causes Of Hearing Loss

The cause of a particular hearing loss is important to understand since it factors heavily into determining the right treatment. There are many causes of hearing loss and some causes are responsible for only certain types of hearing loss. For example, earwax blocking the ear canal causes a temporary conductive hearing loss while prolonged exposure to excessively loud noise causes permanent sensorineural hearing loss.

Hearing loss can be caused by any of the following:

  • Advancing age (age-related hearing loss is called presbycusis)

  • Certain medications, sometimes called “ototoxic” drugs

  • Trauma or injury to the head

  • Genetic factors

  • Prolonged exposure to excessively loud noise

  • A single episode of acoustic trauma

  • Certain illnesses such as mumps, Meniere’s disease, otosclerosis or autoimmune disease

  • A tumor on the acoustic nerve or acoustic neuroma