Hearing Aid Amplifier (CIC) Complete In Canal Tone Adjustable Invisible Super Mini Hearing Voice Amplifier Small And Portable
Hearing aid Amplifier (CIC) Complete In Canal tone Adjustable Invisible Super mini hearing Voice Amplifier Small and Portable model G-16 With Zinc Air Battery size 10
+Balanced armature earphone hearing aid
+Noise cancellation technology
+Micro mini size less than finger tip
+Volume size change from low to high by finger
+Fitting in either Ear for hearing loss
+EQ Input Noise: ≤ 28 dB
+Battery size:# 10 Zinc air battery
+1 unit Battery A10 work for 80+hrs
|Product||Micro Invisible Hearing Aid volume adjustable|
|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: ≤1.5mA|
|For hearing loss||Mild to moderate hearing loss right ear and left ear|
|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|
1.Types of Hearing Loss
1.Conductive Hearing Loss: Occurs when sound is not conducted well through the outer ear canal into the eardrum and bones of the middle ear. Results in a reduced ability to hear certain sound levels, especially faint ones. Can be corrected medically or surgically.
2.Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Occurs due to damage to the cochlea, or inner ear, and its nerve pathways to the brain. Unfortunately, it cannot easily be medically or surgically repaired, and is the most common form of permanent hearing loss.
3.Mixed Hearing Loss: A combination of both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss where there is damage to the outer, middle and inner ear or auditory nerve. This hearing loss can be reduced, but not fully repaired.
2.Hearing aid maintenance
A hearing aid is a valuable device that needs to be handled with care. It’s always important to clean and maintain your hearing aid in order to get the best sound and keep it functioning for years to come.
In general, it’s important to handle your hearing aid carefully. A few tips for handling your hearing aids:
Lean over the table when inserting and removing you hearing aid to reduce the distance it could drop
Keep your hearing aids away from high temperatures and moisture
Take your hearing aids out before showering, swimming, having radiation treatment or using a hair dryer.
3.Cleaning your hearing aids
Whatever the type of hearing aid, water or other fluids should not be used to clean it. Instead, clean the surface of the hearing aid with a soft, dry cloth and use the special brush and tool supplied with the aid to clean around the sound outlet, microphone opening, and vent.
Hearing aids can be affected by ear wax. Even a small amount of wax can cause hearing aids to malfunction. If earwax accumulates around the sound outlet, remove it with the cloth or small brush supplied with your hearing aid. If you let the wax dry overnight, it will be easier to remove.
Hearing aids that are worn in the ear canal naturally come in contact with earwax and therefore usually require more frequent cleaning. It is a good idea to check your hearing aid for wax and dirt every time you remove it from your ear. Cleaning your hearing aid should become part of your daily routine- just like brushing your teeth!
IMPORTANT: Do not insert anything into the microphone itself.