Top Online Shopping Invisible Hearing Aid (CIC) Complete In Canal Tone Adjustable Mini Hearing Sound Amplifier New Small Portable
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The G-16 is the Top sales of 2017 best new invisible Hearing Aid by ByVision and Great Ears
Body color: beige
●In the canal ITC type
●Unique in the ear invisible design
●Adjustable volume button
●Zinc Air battery A10 size
● Low power #10 size working for 100 hours
|Product||Top Invisible Hearing Aid online Ebay/Amazon|
|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 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 2017|
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Hearing loss is one of the most common health problems affecting older adults
Nearly 35 million Americans, over 11% of the population, suffer from some form of hearing loss
60% of people with hearing loss are below retirement age
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.
MICROPHONE: The microphone helps the hearing aid to pick up sounds from outside the ear. There are different types of microphones, both omnidirectional (sensitive to sound from all directions) and directional (sensitive to sound from specific directions).
AMPLIFIER: The amplifier processes and strengthens the sound signal from the microphone and customizes it according to your individual needs and your hearing loss. It makes the sounds you hear recognizable without being distorted. The amplifier contains most of the hearing aid’s electronic components and circuits in a microchip.
MICROCHIP: The chip is the nervous system of the hearing aid. Despite its micro size, the chip is incredibly powerful and can handle everything from signal processing to wireless communications. The chip means that hearing aids can be smaller and use less battery power.
RECEIVER: The receiver or speaker converts the electrical signal into sound and sends it to your ear. How much sound comes out depends on its size. A severe hearing loss will often require a slightly larger hearing aid. Receivers also come with wax guards that help to keep moisture and earwax from entering the hearing aid.
BATTERY: The engines of the hearing aid, batteries keep the whole thing running. How much power a hearing aid uses varies widely depending on its size, the number of features and the ways in which it is used.