Small Digital BTE Hearing Aids Easy To Use With Advanced Signal Processing For Trimmer & 2 Program Mode

Product Details

The model of G-26-L,is a small Digital BTE Hearing Aids Easy To Use With advanced signal processing for Trimmer & 2 Program Mode for severe hearing loss.

Model: G-26-L

• Digital circuit processing

*Max OSPL 90(dB):130dB

*HAF OSPL 90(dB):124dB

• Volume control with robust rocker switch

• 2 program modes(No T-coil)

Frequency 200Hz-4800Hz

Adjustable Volume button

Low frequency gain adjust (H-trimmer)

Zinc Air battery A13,working for 30 days

Adsound Tips:

Behind the Ear or BTE hearing aids are the world's most common hearing aid style. 

Due to its easy to use and easy to wear, a Adsound digital BTE hearing aid may be right to improve your hearing loss of Mild loss,moderate loss,severe los or profound loss conditions.

The Digital G-26-L hearing aid Specification:
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Parameters per   ANSI S3.22-2003

small Digital Mini BTE Hearing Aid

Model No.


Max OSPL 90(dB)


HF Average OSPL 90(dB)


Peak Gain(dB)


HAF/FOG Gain(dB)


Frequency range

200Hz to 4800Hz




800Hz :  3.0%

1600Hz :  2.0%

Battery current

Less than < 1.6mA

Battery size

Zinc Air   A13,working last for 1 month

Equivalent input   Noise Level

< 28 dB SPL

Induction coil   Sensitivity (at 10mA /M)

85 dB minimum

Physical buttons

Program button

Normal/Noise   reduction mode


H(Noise reduction   to get less noise)

Tune button

Sound adjustable

For hearing loss


Certificate   Approved


The History of hearing aids:(Edit by Adsound)

    The first hearing aids were ear trumpets, and were created in the 17th century. Some of the first hearing aids were external hearing aids. External hearing aids directed sounds in front of the ear and blocked all other noises. The apparatus would fit behind or in the ear.

The movement toward modern hearing aids began with the creation of the telephone, and the first electric hearing aid, the "akouphone," was created about 1895 by Miller Reese Hutchison. By the late 20th century, digital hearing aids were commercially available.

The invention of the carbon microphone, transmitters, digital signal processing chip or DSP, and the development of computertechnology helped transform the hearing aid to its present form.


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