New Design Hearing Aid Micro Ear Sound Amplifier Discreet Behind The Ear With Frequency Control For Hearing Loss 300hrs Battery

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RIC Hearing Aids With Volume And Frequency Control For Hearing Loss 300hrs Battery

For the hearing aid devices users,wearing the lightweight and covert hearing amplifier behind or over ear comfortable is a wonderfull experience and nice life.To meet the users' requirement,our Earsmate G-28-Ric, the receiver in the canal (RITE) style hearing aid is the best choice and hot sellings in domestic and overseas market.
This Invisible mini Ric hearing aids G-28-Ric are comfortable fitting behind on right ear or left ear.It has the latest high quality circuit with new technology for low audio distortion and clearer natural sound. With the noise cancellation feature that helps the user hear with maximum clarity.

G-28 Ric New Rite hearing aids benefits:

  +Small discreet open fit hearing aid,less than finger size

  +Unique Light weight and comfortable open fit behind the Ear

  +The 2 channel mode N-H Trimmer switcher for different sound environment

  +High quality Microphone and Receiver in Canal

  +Low current and long lasting battery A13 for 300 hours

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1.The receiver-in-the-canal RIC hearing aid style is similar to a behind-the-ear BTE hearing aid

The receiver-in-the-canal hearing aid style is similar to a behind-the-ear hearing aid – but with a twist.

Try to think of the receiver-in-the-canal hearing aid style as a behind-the-ear hearing aid – with a twist.

Like the behind-the-ear (BTE) aid, the receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) aid features a small plastic case that houses most of the hearing aid’s electronic parts, which rests behind the wearer’s ear. However, the difference between the two types of hearing aids lies in one unique element: the location of the speaker.

In the BTE aid, the speaker, which is also known as a receiver, is contained with all the other parts inside a plastic case. An ear-mold, which is connected to the case by thin plastic tubing, is used to carry sound from the speaker over the ear. However, in the RIC aid, the speaker is placed directly inside the ear canal. Instead of the plastic tubing found in a BTE aid, thin electrical wires connect the RIC aid’s speaker to the plastic case behind the ear, which is a little lighter and sleeker than a BTE case, as it contains one less element.

Due to the simple difference in the location of the speaker, the RIC aid preserves the major advantages of the BTE aid, specifically the fact that it can be used by people with all levels of hearing loss, ranging from mild to severe, while also offering some of its own special benefits. Since the speaker is located directly in the ear canal, sound has a much shorter distance to travel from the speaker to the eardrum. Thus, RIC aids are usually able to provide sound that is more clear and intact.

In addition, the RIC aid offers better sound quality because the microphone and speaker are farther apart from one another, which helps to eliminate feedback.

Finally, the absence of a BTE-style earmold can make a cosmetic difference in the appearance of an RIC aid, while also making the aid more comfortable for those who do not like the feel of having a device in their ears.

2.Tube and Dome Size Helps Hearing Aids Fit Properly

One of the first steps to ensure that Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids or Receiver In Canal (RIC) hearing aids produce optimal results is making sure that they are fitted properly on and in your ears. This can be accomplished by the correct combination of the tubes and domes on your hearing aids.

The sound from a BTE hearing aid is delivered into the ear canal through a tube with a mushroom-shaped dome on the end of it. For an RIC hearing aid, the tube is slightly different and has a small speaker inside the tube. This is called a receiver tube. The availability of various sizes of these two user replaceable parts gives BTE and RIC style hearing aids the ability to physically fit ears of all sizes. This is an important consideration due to the wide variety of ear sizes out there in the world. Big people's ears can be bigger than little people’s, and some people might even have ears of different sizes. However, the point is that no matter what size your ear is, a proper physical fit is possible and necessary.


The pre-bent tube and dome assembly serves the purpose to not only deliver the output sound into the ear but to also hold the hearing aid in place on the ear. The tube connects to the hearing aid just behind where the ear connects to the scalp. Properly fit, the tube should follow the contour of the ear so it fits against the skin until it curves into the top of the ear canal opening.  The pre-bent tube should be snug but not tight.

RIC Hearing Aids With Volume And Frequency Control For Hearing Loss 300hrs Battery

  • If the area at the top of the ear or ear canal becomes tender within the first few hours of wearing the hearing aid, it indicates that the tube is too short.

  • If you can feel the hearing aids move with normal head movements or if the tube has a tendency to slip out of the ear canal, the tube is too long.

Tubes are generally available in short, medium, and long lengths and can be generally approximated to a person's height.

  • Short tubes - Children and small or shorter-sized people

  • Medium tubes - Average-sized adults with average sized ears

  • Long tubes – Tall people


Dome is the generic name for the removable end-piece that fits on the canal end of the tube. Most domes are mushroom-shaped, hence the name, and come with holes in the skirt.


Domes are soft and shaped to make placing the tube in the ear canal easy and comfortable. Their shape also helps hold the tube steady once it’s in the ear canal.

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