Small RIC Bte Rechargeable Hearing Aid Behind Ear Sound Amplifier Tone Adjust And Receiver In Canal
small RIC receiver bte Rechargeable Hearing Aid behind Ear Sound Amplifier tone adjust
As the BTE rechargeable hearing aid ear sound amplifier,which will be the one new items produced by B&G of ByVision and Great Ears in 2017.
Details and Specification as below:
EQ input Noise: 32dB
Total HD: 8%
Power: DC 3.7V
What's in the box?
4x different size Earplug
1x DC Power adapter
1x Color packing box
1x Clean tool
1x User instruction
Do both Analog and Digital Hearing aid work the same way?
Hearing aids work differently depending on the electronics used. The two main types of electronics are analog and digital.
Analog aids convert sound waves into electrical signals, which are amplified. Analog/adjustable hearing aids are custom built to meet the needs of each user. The aid is programmed by the manufacturer according to the specifications recommended by your audiologist. Analog/programmable hearing aids have more than one program or setting. An audiologist can program the aid using a computer, and you can change the program for different listening environments—from a small, quiet room to a crowded restaurant to large, open areas, such as a theater or stadium. Analog/programmable circuitry can be used in all types of hearing aids. Analog aids usually are less expensive than digital aids.
Digital aids convert sound waves into numerical codes, similar to the binary code of a computer, before amplifying them. Because the code also includes information about a sound’s pitch or loudness, the aid can be specially programmed to amplify some frequencies more than others. Digital circuitry gives an audiologist more flexibility in adjusting the aid to a user’s needs and to certain listening environments. These aids also can be programmed to focus on sounds coming from a specific direction. Digital circuitry can be used in all types of hearing aids.
All of our Hearing Aids are approvel by FDA,FC,CE and ROHS Certificates for Europe and USA market
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