Fully Digital Manual Control Medical Hearing Aids Receiver In The
What are the features of our digital earing aid?
- Intelligent Volume Recording System
- Feedback Suppression Function
- Low-power Indicator
- Noise Reduction Manager
- Low Battery Consumption
- Intelligent Program Recording System
|HFA Full-on Gain||34dB|
|THD at||500HZ :0.3%|
|Eq.Input Noise Level||25dB|
|Battery Current Drain||1.35mA|
Q:What is a RIC hearing aid?
A:RIC is an acronym used describe a style of hearing aid. It stands
for receiver-in-canal. This style of hearing aid is also sometimes
referred to as RIE (receiver-in-ear), or RITE
(receiver-in-the-ear). RIC hearing aids have a microphone and sound
processor housed in a casing which sits behind the ear. This behind
the ear portion of the hearing aid has a small wire running around
the ear and into ear canal, which is known as the “receiver” and
has a speaker on the end of it which sits in the ear canal. RIC
hearing aids are the most popular hearing aids on the market.
Q:What is the biggest advantage of RIC hearing aids?
A:RIC hearing aids (often sometimes called open-fit hearing aids),
are by far the most comfortable style of hearing aid on the market.
After a few minutes wearing them, many people completely forget
they are in their ears.
Q:Should I buy a BTE or RIC hearing aid?
A:The vast majority of people would do better with a RIC hearing
aid. They are more comfortable, more discreet, often smaller, and
sometimes amplify a wider range of sounds than BTE hearing aids.
For more than 90% of our customers, the RIC is the right choice.
However, if you have a profound hearing loss, work outdoors, get
ear infections often, sweat a lot, or want the most durable hearing
aid possible, the BTE is probably a better choice.
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