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F16 Box Shaped Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid

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  • Small, compact & portable with adjustable volume, it fits easily in your pocket or clips to your belt.
  • It is a great choice for listening in discreet conversation at late night, TV, church, lectures and movies.
If you are starting to lose your hearing or suffer an accident that are weakening your sense of hearing, to find out a hearing aid amplifier to help you regain the sense of the hearing before your hearing started to deteriorate. Today we will recommend a kind of product that can help your sense of hearing.These products are digital hearing aids that are lightweight. It blocks other distracting sounds out so you can concentrate clearly on the sound that is being channeled through the hearing aid amplifier making these sounds seem louder and clearer to you. Hearing aid devices are those all help to improve hearing disability, hearing impairment, and thus improve the communicative competence conversation with others the tools, equipment, devices and instruments.These digital hearing aids are really great choice for listening in discreet conversation at late night, TV, church, lecture and movies. Order it now!
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  • Specifications:

    • Maximum Saturation Sound Pressure: 129dB ± 4dB
    • Maximum File Acoustic Gain: 55dB ± 5dB
    • Harmonic Distortion: ≤ 5%
    • Frequency response: 450 ~ 3500Hz
    • Equivalent Input Noise: ≤ 30 dB
    • Standard Battery: AAA battery
    • Working Voltage: DC 1.5V
    • Operating Current: ≤ 4mA
    • Color: Black
    • Special Mode: N-H mode, PC mode
    • Dimension: 66 x 43 x 16mm / 2.60 x 1.69 x 0.63in (L x W x H)

    Features:

    • Small noise, good sound quality, high power
    • Digital hearing aids are fundamental in helping those with mild to profound hearing loss to hear the sound coming from their surroundings
    • This hearing aid amplifier is a lightweight ear bud which fits so tightly in your ear
    • Hearing aid amplifier products that are available on the market to help you regain a sense of the hearing you had
    • Digital hearing aids block other distracting sounds out so you can concentrate clearly on the sound
    • Hearing aid devices are those all help to improve hearing disability
    • These digital hearing aids help you to follow every word of conversation even at a distance, and enjoy theatre, cinema or live music with stunning clarity

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    Powertone POWERTONE F16 Box Shaped Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid

    • Digital hearing aids are fundamental in helping those with mild to profound hearing loss to hear the sound coming from their surroundings

    Digital Hearing Aids

    • Hearing aid amplifier products that are available on the market to help you regain a sense of the hearing you had

    Hearing Aid Amplifier

    Hearing Aid Device

    • Digital hearing aids are really great choice for listening in discreet conversation at late night, TV, church, lecture and movies

    Size in Detail:

    Powertone POWERTONE F16 Box Shaped Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid

    Different Types of Hearing Aids:

    Digital Hearing Aids

    How to Know the Right Kind of Hearing Aid for You:

    • The correct hearing aid is determined by the audiologist, who after performing a thorough hearing test will know the type of hearing loss you have, the location and degree of hearing loss. In addition to this, other reasons for hearing loss must be ruled out, such as a brain tumor or malformed ear canal
    • When your audiologist has diagnosed your hearing deficit, ear molds are made that are then made into hearing aids. You will be properly fitted and adjustments to your hearing aid are made specific to your needs. One or more visits may be required to give you the best hearing possible
    • After all the dust has settled, you will then embark on the path to getting used to wearing your hearing aid. Some initial discomfort may be present while getting accustomed to them, but this generally will go away. So, you must have patience in finding your comfort zone

    The Choosing Rules of Hearing Aid:

    Hearing Aid Amplifier

    • For people with hearing loss, if they first have to be treated or the operation is proved to be invalid, a hearing aid is available after the lesion is completely stable. In the case of the recent deaf or in the active stage, it will be decided one year after the condition is stable, but for hearing impaired people of slow genetic disorders, they shall be careful in using a hearing aid, and had better use it under guidance of hearing audiologists
    • Ears serious externa, otitis media, double plane pyorrhea than are not completely atresia gas guide, can consider to use hearing the bone. Other kinds of deafness in gas guide hearing aid patients
    • Before choose a hearing aid, a pure tone hearing test shall be made, and then choose an appropriate one based on the audiogram. For patients with sensorineural hearing loss, they should be tested on the threshold function to determine language favorable effect
    • Hearing aid users should try the hearing aid for 2-3 weeks. This allows the deaf to repeatedly adjust all control buttons under the guidance of specialized personnel, and a most suitable hearing aid may lead to a satisfactory result
    • If permitted, patients with a hearing loss of less than 90dB, they shall first use BTE or inside type hearing aid, but for those with a hearing loss of more than 90dB, they are recommended to use the BTE type, and patients with very severe hearing loss can be embedded with an electronic cochlear implant through a surgery
    • Generally, only one hearing aid is possible to solve the hearing problems, but using two hearing aid is permitted according to different conditions or personal reference
    • For babies and kids, they are recommended to use the high power hearing aid before they are 2 ~ 3 years old

    Why the Hearing Aid can't Work or the Sound is not Clear:

    Hearing Aid Device

    • Whether the switch is open
    • If the battery in the correct installation position
    • Whether there have electricity batteries
    • Whether the batteries storehouse is closed
    • Whether earplug is choking
    • Whether the earphone or the wire is broken
    • The battery voltage is insufficient or the earphone is broken

    Maintenance Method:

    • Use dry cloth or hearing aids special cleaner gush in dry cloth to clean the hearing aid
    • Note the large wires plug and receptacle needle holes on the fine. Stuck, try to reduce the number of insertion, avoid to poor contact, avoid to pull the wire
    • Please remove the batteries to avoid eroding parts of hearing aids by the rotten batteries when you don't use it for a long time
    • Protecting hearing aids from shocks, falling, humidity and high-temperature
    • When not in use, please switch "OFF" to close the hearing aid to extend battery life

    How to Clean a Hearing Aid?

    Hearing aids and earmolds need a regular cleaning to keep them in top working condition. Earmolds and tubing must be kept free of wax and debris to ensure optimal hearing results. A simple hearing aid kit will help you maintain your hearing aid and keep all the components in working condition. Read on to learn how to clean a hearing aid

    Cleaning the Hearing Aid:

    • Purchase a wax pick and brush from your audiologist or hearing aid supplier. Sometimes these are included with the purchase of your hearing aid
    • Remove the hearing aid from your ear
    • Examine the earmold for accumulated wax. If there is wax on the earmold, remove the wax with the wax pick
    • Clean the outside of the hearing aid with a soft cloth
    • Remove the battery. Using the brush, clean the battery compartment by brushing gently
    • Return the battery to the hearing aid. Close the casement. Use the hearing aid as you normally would

    Cleaning an Earmold:

    • Purchase a hearing aid cleaning kit from your audiologist or a hearing aid supplier. A kit should contain a wax pick, brush and a blower. Sometimes these are included with the purchase of your hearing aid.
    • Remove the hearing aid from your ear
    • Examine the earmold for accumulated wax. If there is wax on the earmold, remove the wax with the ear pick
    • Remove the earmold from the ear hook on the hearing aid by locating the end of the earmold tube where it connects with the ear hook. Twist the tubing and pull gently to remove
    • Clean the earmold in soapy water and rinse with clean water
    • Place the blower on the end of the tube and squeeze. This will force the water out of the tube. Dry overnight. Connect the earmold back on to hearing aid
    • Remove the battery. Using the brush, clean the battery compartment by brushing gently
    • Return the battery to the hearing aid. Close the casement. Use the hearing aid as you normally would 

    How to Test Hearing Aid Batteries?

    If you are hearing-impaired and rely on hearing aids to assist in enhancing your hearing, you need to be sure your hearing aid batteries are working properly. Fortunately, there are couple of ways to ensure your hearing aid batteries are working as they should

    • Put your hearing aid batteries in your hearing aids
    • Put on your hearing aids and listen to something, whether it is the television or someone in the room talking. If you can hear properly, your batteries work
    • Purchase a zinc-air battery tester, which is available online and at many hearing clinics and drugstores
    • Place the hearing aid battery with the proper side facing down on the tester plate. You can tell the proper side because the plate and the battery should be marked with positive and negative indicators
    • Read the tester output. Different testers signify good batteries differently, so read the directions of your tester to interpret the output. For example, in some testers a light turns on to indicate the battery is good

    How to Find the Perfect Hearing Aid?

    Do you know people who say, "I bought a hearing aid and keep it in a desk drawer;" or "I can't hear with my hearing aid?" Maybe that used to be the case, but not for me now, because I found the perfect hearing aid. I can hear the computer keys click, the birds chirp, and every conversation, even in a crowded restaurant. My world has changed. The steps to find the perfect hearing aid are as follows

    • Finding a Specialist: Patient might need a referral to an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, throat specialist) who performs hearing exams, especially if the hearing might be correctable without an aid. A certified audiologist or a hearing aid specialist recommended by a physician or satisfied friend, are other options. There might be a local medical school where students work under the care of a doctor with lower cost thorough examination
    • The Examination: The examination may take an hour and a half but is well worth it. Seated in a soundproof room, the patient wears headphones and listens carefully. The patient repeats the sounds as heard, and sometimes hears two sounds at once as a mock up to a crowded room
    • Choosing the Aid: When the exam is completed, the examiner informs patient what sounds are being lost in hearing, and discusses the different kinds of aids; number, available brands, and programs. All have an adjustment for volume and operate by battery. The patient learns the prices and that the expensive ones are more computerized
    • Fitting the Aid: If a patient selects an in the ear kind, a mold is taken of the patient's ear. For other kinds, appropriate measurements are taken and the order, payment, and time of delivery are finalized
    • Hearing Aid Delivery: Examiner fits hearing aid, explains operation, and provides patient with hearing aid supply kit. Patient can ask any questions and then follow the path to better hearing forever

    How to Care for a Hearing Aid?

    Moisture and earwax are the top causes of hearing aid problems. The device is small and contains electronic circuits. It must be treated gently and with care. Follow a daily cleaning routine to reduce the likelihood of repairs. Practicing preventive maintenance ensures many years of added life

    • Use dry tissues or cloth to wipe the entire unit. Carefully hold the unit while cleaning
    • Clean away wax daily. Many companies supply a small brush and wire pick with their products. A toothpick is also good to use for this task. Brushing removes dirt and the wire pick dislodges heavy wax
    • Remove the earmold and wash with mild soap and water. The tube must be free from water after cleaning. Reconnect to the hearing aid only when it is dry
    • Check the battery contacts to make sure they're clean. A pencil eraser works fine. In a humid environment or after physical activities a dry cotton swab will gently absorb moisture from the contacts
    • Keep your hearing aid in a cool and moisture free location when not in use. Changes from extreme hot to cold temperatures results in condensation
    • Place your hearing aid in its case after using it. Remember to set the case away from windows or other areas of direct sunlight. Leave it in a location high enough so that a child or pet can't knock it down
    • Turn your hearing aid off before you go to sleep. Proper care prolongs battery life

    How Does a Hearing Aid Work? 

    • Detect Sound: The first thing that hearing aids do is detect sound. The sound comes in through the hearing aid much like the sound comes in through your telephone. Basically, the hearing aid is equipped with a microphone that picks up the surrounding sound waves
    • The Circuit: The circuit of a hearing aid is what does all the work. The circuit takes the sound and deciphers it. It has been programmed with software that knows exactly what to do with the incoming sound. It knows how to change the sound to either amplify it so that you can hear it or reduce the sound for things you don't need to hear. For example, the circuit knows to make the background noise softer. It also knows how to reduce loud noises such as the noises you would find on a busy highway. A circuit can even take classical music and enhance it so that you can distinguish each instrument
    • Receiver: The receiver takes the finished conversion of the sound from the circuit and delivers it to your inner ear. This allows you to hear sounds, conversations and even music that you weren't able to hear before. The receiver is kind of like the delivery person. They picked up the information for you, translated it, and then dropped it off
    • Battery: The battery is essential. Without the battery the circuit would have no power to do its job. There would be no translation of sound and the individual would be left hearing the same as before you put the hearing aid in. It is recommended that an extra battery be purchased and kept on hand in case the current battery runs out. This way you are never without one of your most important senses-your hearing

    How to Become a Hearing Aid Specialist?

    The Hearing Loss Association of America says about 36 million people suffering from hearing loss. This creates several opportunities for professionals with the right set of skills and training to become hearing aid specialists. Hearing aid specialists assist the public by conducting tests to determine what type of hearing instrument will benefit them. They also take measurements and adjust hearing aids to ensure that their customers are comfortable

    • Check with your state for information on licensing requirements. Most states require professionals to obtain their license to sell or measure patients for hearing aids. Hearing aid specialist must meet the requirements set forth by their State Hearing Aid Specialists Board or Department of Health. These requirements may vary, but most state licensing boards require hearing aid specialists to pass a licensing exam (in most states this is the International Licensing Examination for the Hearing Instrument Dispenser). Licensing boards also have education, training and age requirements
    • Complete hearing aid specialist training. Hearing aid schools, colleges and distance-learning programs offer students an opportunity to complete their training in a few months to two years. Training programs include courses in anatomy of the ear, hearing aid technology and audiology. Students can also complete the four courses with the American Academy of Hearing Loss Support Specialists offered by the Hearing Loss Association of America that prepares them to work with hearing-loss patients
    • Complete an apprenticeship program. Most states have a training program for new licensees requiring them to complete an apprenticeship with a licensed sponsor before taking their licensing exam. Most trainees must complete three to six months of apprenticeship to meet this requirement. Some trainees may also be required to locate their own sponsor who has been approved by the state licensing board
    • Obtain a national board certification. A national certification is available through the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS). Hearing-aid specialists must have a minimum of two years of full-time experience and a state license to take the NBC-HIS certification exam. Applicants must submit their application and pay their exam fee to schedule their exam
    • Take continuing-education courses. The NBC-HIS and state licensing boards require hearing aid specialist to take continuing education courses. Most states require licensees to renew their license every two years. Hearing-aid specialists may be required to take 10, 20 or 24 hours of CE courses. Contact your state licensing boards to obtain a list of approved continuing-education providers. Refer to the Resources section below for a list of online CE courses approved by the NBC-HIS and offered by the International Hearing Society

    Tips & Warnings:

    Powertone POWERTONE F16 Box Shaped Sound Amplifier Hearing Aid

    • Do not immerse your hearing aid in water--doing so will damage the hearing aid. Only the detached earmold can be immersed
    • Make sure the earmold and tubing are completely dry before attaching to the hearing aid
    • Give yourself time to become used to aid
    • Change battery when ring tone sounds
    • Be sure to clean hearing aid
    • Consider buying a dri-aid kit. These kits remove harmful moisture and are very inexpensive
    • Never wear your hearing aid when using hairspray, gel or other hair products
    • Avoid drying your hair with a hearing aid on
    • Never apply a damp tissue to clean your hearing aid. It's an electrical device
    • Do not drop the hearing aid to the floor or collide it against other things
    • Please keep the earplugs clean so that the hearing aid can work regularly

    Package Included:

    • 3 x Earplugs
    • 1 x Hearing Aid
    • 1 x Earphone Cable
    • 1 x User Manual


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J.B. Pres

Bought this item on

04-02-2011

 
low price
00:00:00 04-02-2011
For those who are looking for a quality hearing aid, at a very low cost. It does exactly what it needs to do for me, because it fit my ear and its big sound. I can hear clearly.
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Bethania Espinoza

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03-13-2011

 
Great appreciate
00:00:00 03-13-2011
I definitely appreciate its having no hum and its big volume. But the in-ear hearing aid often slides from my ear. Maybe, it does not my size. In all, it's good.
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Kristin d'Entremont

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03-09-2011

 
Thanks for the meticulous package
00:00:00 03-09-2011
When I received this hearing aid, I found the package was frayed. I though the hearing aid must have been broken and got anger. Then I carefully detected the hearing aid, while it was excellent without damage. Thanks for the meticulous package.
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Nicholas Stein

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02-17-2011

 
Great gadget
00:00:00 02-17-2011
I received this product the day before yesterday and was amazed at its capabilities. Now I can hear clearly. But now, there is a problem. My friends have costumed me loudly, while I feel that they make a noise. It's a joke. So strongly recommend whose ear lost hearing
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Kristin d'Entremont

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02-03-2011

 
what I was looking for
00:00:00 02-03-2011
This ear hearing aid is just what I was looking for! My Mother can hear- Just what I expected!
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Jimmy Welton

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01-07-2011

 
strongly recommend
00:00:00 01-07-2011
My friends have costumed me loudly, while I feel that they make a noise. It's a joke. So strongly recommend whose ear lost hearing.
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Chris Keller

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01-05-2011

 
Superb
00:00:00 01-05-2011
I though the hearing aid must have been broken and got anger. Then I carefully detected the hearing aid, while it was excellent without damage. Thanks for the meticulous package.
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George Eskro

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12-01-2010

 
work good
00:00:00 12-01-2010
Noise is small, good sound quality. I received this product yesterday. This BTE hearing aid works well for me and is so much easier to hear. As soon I put it in my ear I knew my hearing is back.
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Patrycjusz Jaworski

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11-05-2010

 
Hearing
00:00:00 11-05-2010
I bought this hearing aid amplifier for my mom who are happy. She can watch TV, and i do not say sth loudly to her. Thank you! This product is good.
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Michelle Barker

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10-21-2010

 
Great
00:00:00 10-21-2010
I'm pleased. Now i have a hearing aid amplifier. I can help me to hear of you. They always complain that i can not hear of them. But now i dont worry about it. Thank you.
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