New Fashion Unique Ric BTE Hearing Aid Mini Behind The Ear Hearing Device

new Fashion unique ric BTE Hearing Aid Mini Behind The Ear hearing device

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new Fashion unique ric BTE Hearing Aid Mini Behind The Ear hearing device.

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that picks up and amplifies sound and is worn in or behind the ear. Only about 20% of people who could benefit from hearing aids actually use them according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

Today's hearing aids come in many different shapes and sizes and have achieved CD quality sound. A hearing aid has three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier, and receiver. It receives sound through a microphone, which converts the sound waves to electrical signals and sends them to an amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and then sends them to the ear.

This type hearing aid is a new R&D Unique fashion MINI small portable behind the ear BTE hearing aid to give users 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

 Mini BTE hearing aid

 ●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

The Adsound tips:

1.What are some symptoms of hearing loss?

Everyone's hearing is unique, so everyone experiences hearing loss in different ways. Here are some of the common symptoms:

  • 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.

Hearing aids are tiny in size but mighty in sound – but where does all that sound come from? Beyond their shiny shells, hearing aids have tiny computers working tirelessly to give you the best sound possible. Making up this electronic hearing wonder are 5 key components. Here’s how they work.

2.Main Parts of a Hearing Aid

It all starts with a microphone. The hearing aid microphone picks up incoming sound and sends it to an amplifier, which processes the sound by turning it from an analogue signal into a digital signal. This is then sent to the receiver which the delivers the sound to your ear in a way that is most true-to-life.

More on these 5 hearing aid parts:

  • 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.

3.Hearing Aid Features

Many hearing aids have more than just five main parts. These features can include:

  • Telecoil – A telecoil is a small coil inside your hearing aids. The coil works as a small receiver which picks up signals from a loop system that acts as an electromagnetic field. Hearing aids with an activated telecoil can convert this electromagnetic field into a sound signal. Only the signal from the loop system’s microphone is amplified, and background noise is shut out.

  • Audibility Extender – The Audibility Extender helps people with high frequency hearing loss to hear upper frequency sounds by moving these sounds to a lower frequency region where it is easier to hear them. The upper frequency sounds are important for hearing the “softer” sounds like /s/ and /t/ in women´s and children´s voices and high-pitched sounds like the “ping” of the microwave.

  • Speech Enhancer  – The Speech Enhancer is different from simple noise reduction systems in that it doesn´t just dampen noise – it also amplifies speech. When we listen to a sound, we are rarely in doubt as to whether it is speech or noise. The Speech Enhancer in modern hearing aids is able to distinguish the two in much the same way as our brains do – by using the fact that speech consists of a number of varying sound components that follow each other at brief intervals.

  • Feedback Cancellation – Feedback Cancellation is a feature that aims to eliminate the whistling and howling caused by a microphone and speaker being too close to one another. With hearing aids, feedback whistling occurs when amplified sound from the ear canal leaks back to the hearing aid microphone. With less modern hearing aids, a whistle or squealing sound from someone’s ear could give a clear sign that they were wearing a hearing aid.

  • The compressor – The compressor in a hearing aid is the feature that adjusts gain according to the current sound environment and the client’s hearing loss.

  • Wireless communication – At Adsound and Widex, we have developed our own technology to ensure that your hearing aids can communicate with each other – and with your TV, mobile phone or other devices.

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