Micro Mini Hearing Aid In The Ear ITE Hearing Device For Mild To Moderate Severe Hearing Loss

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This is A new invisible micro analog in-the-ear ITE hearing aids as the hearing sound amplifiers

micro mini Hearing Aid In The Ear ITE hearing device for mild to moderate severe hearing loss.


Brand: Great-Ears

Model No.: G-16
Mini body size only 0.35x0.4x0.7inches
Body color: beige
 ●ITC hearing aid
 ●Unique in the ear design
 ●Adjustable volume button
 ●Power battery A10
Analog, digital hearing aids, rechargeable hearing aid, ear hearing amplifier, ITE, CTC models available


Productmini in-ear adjustable ITE hearing amplifier      
Technical dataIEC 60118-7/ANSI S3.22-2003
ModelG-16
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)115dB
Sound gain≥30dB
Total harmonic wave distortion≤5%
Frequency range300-4000Hz
Input noise≤40dB
Zinc air batteryA10
Power consumption1.5V DC, current: ≤5mA
Power switcheryes, on/off 
Battery workingworking day time 7-10 days
Packing                 color box: 3.5*3.5*2 cm/unit, gross weight: 50g/unit
Certifications approvedCE, FCC and RoHS Directive-compliant, and the FDA 2017

What is the Hearing aids?

hearing aid is a device designed to improve hearing. Hearing aids are classified as medical devices in most countries, and regulated by the respective regulations. Small audio amplifiers such as PSAPs or other plain sound reinforcing systems cannot be sold as "hearing aids".

Earlier devices, such as ear trumpets or ear horns,were passive amplification cones designed to gather sound energy and direct it into the ear canal. Modern devices are computerised electroacoustic systems that transform environmental sound to make it more intelligible or comfortable, according to audiometrical and cognitive rules. Such sound processing can be considerable, such as highlighting a spatial region, shifting frequencies, cancelling noise and wind, or highlighting voice.

What is the Presbycusis?

Presbycusis (also spelled presbyacusis, from Greek presbys “old” + akousis “hearing”), or age-relatedhearing loss, is the cumulative effect of aging on hearing. It is a progressive and irreversible bilateral symmetrical age-related sensorineural hearing loss resulting from degeneration of the cochlea or associated structures of the inner ear or auditory nerves. The hearing loss is most marked at higher frequencies. Hearing loss that accumulates with age but is caused by factors other than normal aging (nosocusis and sociocusis) is not presbycusis, although differentiating the individual effects of multiple causes of hearing loss can be difficult.

Diagnosis[edit by adsound]

Hearing loss is classified as mild, moderate, severe or profound. Pure-tone audiometry for air conduction thresholds at 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz is traditionally used to classify the degree of hearing loss in each ear. Normal hearing thresholds are considered to be 25 dB sensitivity, though it has been proposed that this threshold is too high, and that 15 dB (about half as loud) is more typical. Mild hearing loss is thresholds of 25–45 dB; moderate hearing loss is thresholds of 45–65 dB; severe hearing loss is thresholds of 65–85 dB; and profound hearing loss thresholds are greater than 85 dB.


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