Hot Sales Mini Hearing Aid In The Ear Hearing Amplifier For Hearing Loss
It is a Hot sales of mini Hearing Aid In The Ear,an analog mini hearing amplifier For Hearing Loss from mild to severe loss.
In the ear (ITE) hearing aid devices fit in the outer ear bowl (called the concha). Being larger, these are easier to insert and can hold extra features.
Product name: Analog hearing aid G-10
● Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL) 115dB
●Adjustable Volume button
●Power On/Off Switcher
●Analog, Digital hearing aids, Rechargeable hearing aid, ear hearing amplifier, ITE,CTC models available
MINI In the ear ITE hearing Aid
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
Total harmonic wave distortion
Zinc Air battery
AG5 or A13
DC 1.5V, Current: ≤5mA
Yes, On/Off button
Working day time 20-30 days
Color box: 3.5*8.5*10 cm/unit, Gross weight:70g/unit
CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA 2017
Hearing Aid tips:
What is the Analog hearing aids and Digital hearing aid?
Analog aids convert sound waves into electrical signals, which are amplified. Analog/adjustable hearing aids are custom built to meet the needs of each user. The aid is programmed by the manufacturer according to the specifications recommended by your audiologist. Analog/programmable hearing aids have more than one program or setting. An audiologist can program the aid using a computer, and you can change the program for different listening environments—from a small, quiet room to a crowded restaurant to large, open areas, such as a theater or stadium. Analog/programmable circuitry can be used in all types of hearing aids. Analog aids usually are less expensive than digital aids.
Digital aids convert sound waves into numerical codes, similar to the binary code of a computer, before amplifying them. Because the code also includes information about a sound’s pitch or loudness, the aid can be specially programmed to amplify some frequencies more than others. Digital circuitry gives an audiologist more flexibility in adjusting the aid to a user’s needs and to certain listening environments. These aids also can be programmed to focus on sounds coming from a specific direction. Digital circuitry can be used in all types of hearing aids.