Costco Hearing Aid Of Micro Hearing Aids With Volume Adjustable And G15 Hearing Aid Usa Fda Certificate
Hearing aids, like most medical devices, are an investment. The price of a hearing aid will vary depending on the specific style and high-tech features you choose.
costco hearing aid of micro hearing aids with volume adjustable and G-15 hearing aid by usa fda certificate and CE approved
G-15 is an mini in Ear hearing aid with digital performance
*Unique Extra small hearing aid
*In-ear inner design
+ Peak OSPL 90 (dB SPL):125dB
+ Frequency range:200-5500Hz
+ Peak gain: 45dB
+ Input noise: 30dB
+Total harmonic distortion(THD): 1%
* Adjustable volume button
* moderate/severe hearing loss
* Zinc air A10 Battery,150 hours
1.Convenient for watching movies, enjoying the drama, attending meetings, or having classes
2.help you hear the sound clearly and loudly;
3.Adjust volume to the minimum before using;
4.Increase volume gradually to avoid sudden increase in sound;
Tone adjust mini In ear Canal ITE hearing aid
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
HAF OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
Total harmonic wave distortion
Equivalent Input Noise (dB)
Zinc Air battery
DC 1.5V, Current: ≤2mA
Working day time 15-20 days
Mini Body size
small body size
CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA 2017
Over-the-Counter OTC Hearing Aids ear hearing amplifier and enhancer to Become Available.A new law promises to make some aids more affordable in the future.
For years, consumers with mild to moderate hearing loss have had few options for relief. At one end of the spectrum are pricey prescription hearing aids that start at about $1,650 each. At the other end are over-the-counter alternatives, such as personal sound amplifiers (known as PSAPs)—hearing aid lookalikes that range in price from just $20 or $30 to about $350 each.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.