Best Right Ear Or Left Ear Mini Hearing Aid Digital Invisible In The Ear Canal Adsoud Sound Voice Amplifier
The model G-16 is the best right ear or left ear mini hearing aid digital invisible in the ear canal of adsoud sound voice amplifier with Volume Control Clear Sound Lightweight and tiny Battery size A10 working for 100 hours.
model G-16,mini invisible hearing aid in 2017
ABS Body color: beige
●mini in the canal ITC style
● For old people mild hearing loss
●Light weight and nice design
●Volume tone adjust
●Lower Power and battery size A10
+A10 battery working for about 100 hours.
+It is the Easy to Use and Ready to Wear hearing aid
+Hidden in the Ear
|Product||Best mini Invisible Hearing Aid in the Ear Canal|
|Technical data||IEC 60118-7/ANSI S3.22-2003|
|Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)||115dB|
|Total harmonic wave distortion||≤5%|
|Zinc air battery Size||A10|
|Power consumption||1.5V DC, current: ≤5mA|
|Power switcher||yes, on/off|
|Battery working||working day time 7-10 days|
|Packing||color box: 3.5*3.5*2 cm/unit, gross weight: 50g/unit|
|Certifications approved||CE, FCC and RoHS Directive-compliant, and the FDA 2017|
IIC Hearing aid,ITC hearing aid,MIC hearing aid,CIC hearing aid,ITE hearing aid
IIC hearing aid is Invisible in canal hearing aids
ITC hearing aid is in the Canal Hearing aid
MIC hearing aid is Mini in Canal Hearing aid
CIC hearing aid is completely in Canal Hearing aid
ITE hearing aid is in the Ear Hearing aid
What is the 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.
The other styles Mini Hearing aid
Mini in canal (MIC) or completely in canal (CIC) aids are generally not visible unless the viewer looks directly into the wearer's ear.These aids are intended for mild to moderately severe losses. CICs are usually not recommended for people with good low-frequency hearing, as the occlusion effect is much more noticeable. Completely-in-the-canal hearing aids fit tightly deep in the ear.It barely visible. Being small, it will not have a directional microphone, and its small batteries will have a short life, and the batteries and controls may be difficult to manage. Its position in the ear prevents wind noise and makes it easier to use phones without feedback. In-the-canal hearing aids are placed deep in the ear canal.They are barely visible. Larger versions of these can have directional microphones. Being in the canal, they are less likely to cause a plugged feeling. These models are easier to manipulate than the smaller completely in-the-canal models but still have the drawbacks of being rather small.
In-the-ear hearing aids are typically more expensive than behind-the-ear counterparts of equal functionality, because they are custom fitted to the patient's ear. In fitting, an audiologist takes a physical impression (mold) of the ear. The mold is scanned by a specialized CAD system, resulting in a 3D model of the outer ear. During modeling, the venting tube is inserted. The digitally modeled shell is printed using a rapid prototyping technique such as stereolithography. Finally, the aid is assembled and shipped to the audiologist after a quality check.