Best Seller On Amazon And Costco Micro Ear Hearing Aid Online Mini Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier

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Best seller On amazon and costco micro ear hearing aid online mini Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier with 10A size zinc air battery and tone adjustable


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Features:

  1. Super mini size and light weight, not easily to be seen

  2. Adopt advanced feedback cancellation system, provides superior sound quality with low distortion

  3. Allow you to hear the sounds of nature clearly

  4. Adjustable volume control, easy operation

  5. The In the Ear Hearing Aids also provide improved technology for reduced electromagnetic interference

  6. Skin-friendly: comfortable to wear without the burden of medical grade resin material

  7. Ergonomic design ear plugs, comfortable for all-day wear

  8. Powered by 1 x A10 button cell battery (included)

  9. Compact, lightweight size, easy to carry

  10. Come with four ear plugs of different sizes, suitable for various sized ears

  11. Ideal for people that are troubled by hearing problems


New invisible hearing aid G-16 Specification:

  1. Max Sound Output: 110±4dB

  2. Sound Gain: 30±5dB

  3. Total Harmonic Wave Distortion: <5%

  4. Frequency Range: 400-4500Hz

  5. Input Noise: <30dB

  6. Current: <2mA

  7. Power: 1 x A10 zinc-air button cell battery

  8. 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!!!


Adsound tips:

Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid Device

1.Terms and Conditions:

Payment terms: Paypal,Western Union,MoneyGram,T/T available

Lead time: 2-5 days 

Shipping way: DHL/FedEx/TNT/UPS,or By air,by Sea-shipping

Warranty:1 years and lifetime free service

Contact online: Whatsapp 0086 185 65 775544

Email: info@byvisiontech.com

Web: www.adsoundtech.com and www.byvisiontech.com


Adsound tips:

1.What is a hearing aid?

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that you wear in or behind your ear. It makes some sounds louder so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and participate more fully in daily activities. A hearing aid can help people hear more in both quiet and noisy situations. However, only about one out of five people who would benefit from a hearing aid actually uses one.

A hearing aid has three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The hearing aid receives sound through a microphone, which converts the sound waves to electrical signals and sends them to an amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and then sends them to the ear through a speaker.

2.How can hearing aids help?

Hearing aids are primarily useful in improving the hearing and speech comprehension of people who have hearing loss that results from damage to the small sensory cells in the inner ear, called hair cells. This type of hearing loss is called sensorineural hearing loss. The damage can occur as a result of disease, aging, or injury from noise or certain medicines.

A hearing aid magnifies sound vibrations entering the ear. Surviving hair cells detect the larger vibrations and convert them into neural signals that are passed along to the brain. The greater the damage to a person’s hair cells, the more severe the hearing loss, and the greater the hearing aid amplification needed to make up the difference. However, there are practical limits to the amount of amplification a hearing aid can provide. In addition, if the inner ear is too damaged, even large vibrations will not be converted into neural signals. In this situation, a hearing aid would be ineffective.


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.

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