Equivalent Hearing Device Resound Hearing Aid Ric 13 Hearing Aid
If you are looking for any Equivalent hearing device as resound hearing aid ric style of the ric 13 hearing aid,the adsound ric hearing aid G-28-RIC will be your best choice,which is a discreet fashion unique Ric hearing aid behind the Ear with the running wire receiver in canal for men and women fit to mild to moderate hearing loss by the Zinc Air battery size 13 last working for 300 hours.
Ric Hearing Aid FDA Approved G-28-RIC
1.Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL): 110±5dB
2.Peak gain(dB): ≤ 40dB
3.Frequency range: 200Hz～4500Hz
4.Total harmonic wave distortion(THD):500Hz ≤1%
5.EQ Input noise(dB): ≤26dB
6.Device Power: D.C.1.4V, 1.0mA
7.Low current drain less 1.0mA
8.Battery size of the 13 Zinc Air battery
9. Approved by the USA FDA for 2018 marketing
What you will get when you buy the Micro Ric Hearing Aid hearing Amplifiers of G-28-RIC L/R?
Our model G-28-RIC ric hearing aids have the two items for ready-to-wear.
One is for the Left Ear and another is for the Right Ear.
Please make sure if you want it for the right Ear or left Ear before you buy.
The package including:
1x Ric 13 Hearing Aid
4x Differenct Ear plugs
2x 13 size battery
1x Cleaning Brush
1x English User Manual
1x Compact carry box
Ric hearing aid G-28-RIC Advantages:
✔Wire running Receiver-In-Canal discreet Ric hearing aid
✔Two modes of N-H Trimmer for high/low frequency
✔Newest design light and comfortable
✔ Crystal Clear sound with noise reduction technology
✔High quality Sound Processing Circuit and microphone,speaker
✔Low current drain and battery working for 300 hours in A13
Best FDA RIC Hearing Aid G-28-RIC:
Ric 13 Hearing aid
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
HFA OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
Peak Gain ( dB )
HFA/FOG Gain ( dB )
Total harmonic distortion
Zinc Air battery 13
Long Last working 300 hours
Yes, volume wheel 4 level
N-H Trimmer,H-High frequency,N-Low frequency
CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA 2018
Adsound Ric hearing aid brief Introduction:
The G-28-RIC is a manually controlled RIC hearing aid with N-H Trimmer modes and high-quality sound but low power consumption.The Noise Reduction(26dB) system facilitates the easy and free hearing in the noisy environment and fit for mild to moderate hearing loss.
The RIC Hearing aids are a type of open-fit hearing aid that use a thin plastic “micro” tube that extends from the body of the hearing aid (housed behind the ear) over the outer ear and into the ear canal. A small, soft tip sits inside the ear canal without sealing it. This way, air and sound can continue to flow to the ear canal naturally, reducing feelings of being "plugged up."
More than half of hearing care patients are good candidates for RIC hearing aids. If your loss is in the mild to moderately severe range and you have the ability to manipulate small objects, these hearing aids may be a good option for you.
What if I don't want people to know that I wear a hearing aid?
Firstly, wearing a hearing aid is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed of!
You should be proud that you're taking steps toward better hearing. However, if you're looking for a more discreet option, any of our custom hearing options would be just what you're looking for. We would specifically recommend our small model in the canal of G-11, G-16 and the new discreet ric hearing aid G-28-RIC to you, which are nearly invisible and discreet hearing devices.
How to Recognize the Signs of Hearing Loss?
Hearing loss can happen to anyone. Today more than 38 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss.
Here are some of the signs to watch for yourself or your loved ones that could indicate hearing loss:
1.Some people can sound like they are mumbling. Does that sound familiar?
2.Difficulty hearing friends or family on the telephone is another sign of hearing loss.
3.Family and friends start to comment that the TV is too loud—and they are not just talking about the commercials.
4.Sometimes, those with hearing loss misunderstand what people are saying, causing some ideas, sentences or thoughts to not make sense.
5.Hearing loss can make it difficult to focus on and follow conversations. Have you noticed this happening for yourself or a loved one?
6.Exhaustion or headaches at the end of a day can be another sign. This may be caused by the extra work it takes to hear the surroundings.
7.Difficulty following a conversation if two or more people are talking at once can be another symptom.
8.Noisy environments can create further difficulty hearing conversations. If you notice that it's no longer a pleasure to eat out at loud restaurants or bars, this could be the reason.
9.Women’s and children’s voices can be particularly hard to hear.