New Usb Rechargeable Hearing Aid Advanced Digital Mini In Ear Sound Hearing Aid Adjustable Tone Amplifier

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New Usb Rechargeable hearing aid advanced Digital Mini In Ear sound Hearing Aid Adjustable Tone Amplifier,which can work lasting for 40-50 hours.

 

Model No.: G-18

New type USB Rechargeable ITE hearing Aid

 +Unique In the Ear ITE design

+Peak OSPL 90 ( dB   SPL):120dB

+Frequency range:450Hz-4000Hz

 + Adjustable Volume button

 + Power On/Off Switcher

 +package including: User manual, Earplug, USB power adapter,cable and Charge stand

 +Analog,Digital hearing aids,Rechargeable hearing aid,ear hearing amplifier,ITE,CTC models available

 

 

Advanced Digital Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid Device

1.Terms and Conditions:

Payment terms: Paypal,Western Union,MoneyGram,T/T available

Lead time: 2-5 days 

Shipping way: DHL/FedEx/TNT/UPS,or By air,by Sea-shipping

Warranty:1 years and lifetime free service

Contact online: Whatsapp 0086 185 65 775544

Email: info@byvisiontech.com

Website: www.byvisiontech.com and www.adsoundtech.com

2.Types Of Hearing Loss

You might think that hearing loss is simply an increased difficulty in hearing lower-volume noises, but it’s much more complicated than that. There are actually three main types of hearing loss that can affect the average adult:

  • 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.

3.What questions should I ask before buying a hearing aid?

Before you buy a hearing aid, ask your audiologist these important questions:

  • What features would be most useful to me?

  • What is the total cost of the hearing aid? Do the benefits of newer technologies outweigh the higher costs?

  • Is there a trial period to test the hearing aids? (Most manufacturers allow a 30- to 60-day trial period during which aids can be returned for a refund.) What fees are nonrefundable if the aids are returned after the trial period?

  • How long is the warranty? Can it be extended? Does the warranty cover future maintenance and repairs?

  • Can the audiologist make adjustments and provide servicing and minor repairs? Will loaner aids be provided when repairs are needed?

  • What instruction does the audiologist provide?

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