2017 NEW Top Sales Online Mini CIC Invisible Hearing Aid Assistance In-ear Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier
2017 NEW top sales online Mini CIC Invisible Hearing Aid Assistance In-ear advanced digital Sound Amplifier
mini invisible model G-16 With Zinc Air Battery size 10A
New invisible hearing aid G-16 Specification:
Max Sound Output: 110±4dB
Sound Gain: 30±5dB
Total Harmonic Wave Distortion: <5%
Frequency Range: 400-4500Hz
Input Noise: <30dB
Power: 1 x A10 zinc-air button cell battery
Mini Size: 16 x 12 x 0.9 mm
NOTE: this item G-16 can work for both left ear and the right ear, so please be freely to place your order!!!
Invisible in canal hearing aids
Invisible in canal hearing aids (IIC) style of hearing aids fits inside the ear canal completely, leaving little to no trace of an installed hearing aid visible. This is because it fits deeper in the canal than other types, so that it is out of view even when looking directly into the ear bowl (concha). A comfortable fit is achieved because the shell of the aid is custom-made to the individual ear canal after taking a mould. Invisible hearing aid types use venting and their deep placement in the ear canal to give a more natural experience of hearing. Unlike other hearing aid types, with the IIC aid the majority of the ear is not blocked (occluded) by a large plastic shell. This means that sound can be collected more naturally by the shape of the ear, and can travel down into the ear canal as it would with unassisted hearing. Depending on their size, some models allow the wearer to use a mobile phone as a remote control to alter memory and volume settings, instead of taking the IIC out to do this. IIC types are most suitable for users up to middle age, but are not suitable for more elderly people。
Over-the-Counter OTC Hearing Aids ear hearing amplifier and enhancer to Become Available.A new law promises to make some aids more affordable in the future.
For years, consumers with mild to moderate hearing loss have had few options for relief. At one end of the spectrum are pricey prescription hearing aids that start at about $1,650 each. At the other end are over-the-counter alternatives, such as personal sound amplifiers (known as PSAPs)—hearing aid lookalikes that range in price from just $20 or $30 to about $350 each.New legislation signed into law late last week, however, might even the playing field for consumers looking for effective and safe options that won’t break the bank.
The legislation, introduced by Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, calls for the creation of an entirely new category of hearing aids. These hearing helpers will be sold OTC but will be legally considered hearing aids, and aimed at those with mild to moderate hearing loss.
Like today's PSAPs, they will be cheaper and easier to obtain than prescription aids—but like prescription hearing aids, will be more tightly regulated by the government.