Unique Mini BTE Hearing Aid Developing For Behind The Ear Hearing Aid Ear Amplifier On Ebay
Unique Mini BTE Hearing Aid developing for Behind The Ear Hearing Aid ear amplifier by ByVision&Great-Ears in China
This new developing mini BTE model gives you the best of both worlds Of incredible UNIQUE sound in a compact,comfortable and attractive hidden mini behind the ear type.
This mini BTE has extremely long battery life, features buttons for volume selection and program,trimmer.
This designed new hearing aid is copyright by the brand of Great-Ear of China,which is developing in 2017 of June.
It is going to upgrade and replace the regular model of G-22,a popular bte hearing aid with trimmer and volume wheel.
Hearing aid brand: Great-Ears
Model No.: G-22
●Unique BTE hearing aid design
●Adjustable Volume button
●Trimmer N-H Switcher
●Zinc Air battery A13
Analog, Digital hearing aids, Rechargeable hearing aid, ear hearing amplifier, ITE,CTC models available
MINI behind the Ear Adjustable hearing aid
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
HFA OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
Peak Gain ( dB )
HFA/FOG Gain ( dB )
Total harmonic wave distortion
Zinc Air battery
DC 1.5V, Current: ≤1.5mA
Yes, N-H switcher
Working day time 20-30 days
Color box: 3.5*8.5*12 cm/unit, Gross weight:80g/unit
CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA 2017
The Hearing Aid FAQ:
What are some symptoms of hearing loss?
You often miss certain words or find yourself confusing words or misunderstanding conversations.
You frequently ask the speaker to repeat what was said.
Your family members or friends have expressed concern about your hearing.
You avoid certain social situations (the theater, restaurants, parties) because it's difficult to hear.
You have difficulty understanding telephone conversations.
You turn up the volume on the radio or television to levels that are too loud for others.
You have difficulty following conversations in groups or in the presence of background noise.
You have difficulty hearing outdoor sounds such as birds or the wind.
You have ringing or buzzing in your ear.
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.