Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Product:||Oxsound Hearing Machine||Medical Type:||Over-the-Counter OTC Sound Amplifier|
|Max Sound Output:||Max To 115dB||Lightweigt:||1.2g Only|
|Battery Working:||The A10 Size Last For 100 Hours||Materials:||ABS And Silicone For Ear Domes|
Fit in Right Ear or left Ear oxsound Hearing Aids with Volume Tone adjustable and long lasting battery
For the mild or moderate hearing loss level,the model G-16 is a good item with crystal clear sound and low noise cancellation technology.The low current drain will make the A10 size battery working for about 80-100 hours to save your cost and the trouble to change battery in 2 or 3 days.And the Volume Tone can adjust to find the better sound for better hearing.
In Right or Left Ear Hearing aid G-16
▪ Fingertip size with Adjustable Tone and Unique design in the Canal(ITC)
▪ High quality Clear Sound Ear aid Amplifier with Noise,feedback cancelling technology
▪ Using for watch TV to hear the sound clearly and loudly
▪ Hearing Sound output: 110±5dB
▪ Peak gain: ≤35dB
▪ EQ Input noise: ≤28dB
▪ Sound Frequency range: 300Hz-4500Hz
▪ Total Harmonic Distortion(THD): ≤5%
▪ Tiny Fingertip size and 0.7 x 0.45 x 0.3 inches
▪ DC 1.5V,A10 size battery with long last working for 100+ hours
▪ For Seniors mild to moderate hearing loss
▪ 1 Year Warranty
▪ FDA,CE,ROHS FCC Certificates approval
Specification of the Hidden Mini Hearing Aid ITC G-16:
|Product Name||Mini In Right or left Ear canal Hearing Aids|
|Fitting Range||For mild to moderate hearing loss|
|Application||Fitting for all adults both right ear/left Ear|
|Technical Data||IEC 60118-7/ANSI S3.22-2003|
|Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)||110dB±5dB|
|HAF OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)||106dB±5dB|
|Peak Sound Gain(dB)||≤35dB|
|HAF/FOG Gain (dB)||30dB|
Total harmonic distortion/
|≤2.0% at 500Hz|
|≤1.2% at 1600Hz|
|Zinc Air battery||A10|
|Power consumption||DC 1.5V, Current: ≤2mA|
|Power switcher||by open battery case|
|Battery working||Working day time 10-15 days(100 Hours)|
|Certificates Approved||CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA|
|Materials||ABS for hearing aid body|
|Silica gel or silicone for Earplug|
|Compact Gift box/OEM|
|Packing and size||Carry box:8x8x3.5cm or 3.1x3.1x1.4 inch|
|Mini Hearing Aid size: 0.4x0.7x0.55 inch|
|Hearing aid net weight: 1.2 g|
|200 units in a standard carton|
|Gross weight is 12.0KG per carton|
|Package including||1 x G-16 Hearing aid|
|3 x Large,Mid,Small size Ear Plug|
|1 x Cleaning Brush tool|
|1 x Cell battery( 2 or more battery available)|
|1 x Easy read User manual|
|1 x Compact carry gift box|
|Warranty||1 Year warranty and Life time service|
Who can use this small Hearing aid with Application:
1.This new Hearing aids are suitable for people who have the comunications difficulties with families,friends,son,daughters,colleagues and others every day.
2.This ITE Hearing aids are fitting for adults men and women who have the mild to moderate Severe hearing loss.
3.The product mini ITC hearing aids can fit for the Right Ear or Left Ear with the Hearing loss.
Using Notes by for Good hearing Aid:
☉Adjust volume to the minimum before wearing.
☉Choose an earplug of slightly bigger size to avoid whistler.
☉Increase volume gradually to avoid sudden increase in sound.
☉If you hear a howling, check the ear (silica gel) is appropriate and whether the size of plug is tight, the appropriate choice of earplugs and plugged, make sure no air leakage.
☉Keep the ear plug clean
☉Remove the battery if you don't use it for long time.
The GEHearingAID Tips:
A: Why there is noise?
B: Why there is the whistling sound?
Proper Care and Maintenance of Your In Ear Hearing Aids
Modern hearing Aids are durable, easy-to-use and reliable. Nevertheless, a few simple precautions will ensure that your Aids continue to give you many years of trouble-free service.
Your hearing healthcare professional will give you specific information on cleaning your hearing Aids and may recommend a special cleaning kit.
Water and solvent cleaning agents can damage electronic circuitry. Use soft, dry cloth to clean the Aids whenever they are removed from your ears.
Remove any accumulated cerumen daily. When using a cerumen removal tool, e.g. a brush, always clean the instrument from below. This will prevent particles of wax or dirt from getting inside the instrument.
If the volume of your instrument diminishes, it may be due to the sound outlet or the cerumen filter being blocked with a cerumen. Either replace the filter or ask your hearing healthcare professional for advise on corrective action.
1. Avoid getting your Aids dirty
Always make sure your fingers are dry and clean before handling your hearing instrument.
The microphone inlet is only a few tenths of a millimeter wide and can easily become blocked if handled incorrectly.
2. Protect your Aids from dampness
Remove the Aids from your ears before showering, bathing or swimming. Do not leave them in the bathroom, where they could suffer water damage. Dry any perspiration inside and around the ears regularly.
Dampness and condensation can damage the circuitry in your hearing Aids.
We recommend that you leave the battery compartments open over night and use the special drying kit available from your hearing healthcare professional.
3. Protect your hearing Aids from heat
Never leave your hearing Aids where they may be affected by extreme heat. Protect them from direct sunlight (at home or in a parked car) and do not leave them near radiators.
4. Avoid sharp knocks and impact
Insert and remove your hearing Aids over a soft surface (a bed or sofa).
5. Avoid contact with hair spray or make-up
The fine particles produced by hair spray or make-up can easily block a microphone inlet. Always remove hearing Aids before using personal care products.
6. Keep Aids in a safe place
When your Aids are not in use, always keep them in the presentation case or special drying box. For transporting the Aids, keep them in their case. Remove the batteries if the Aids will not be used for some time.
7. Keep your hearing Aids out of the reach of young children and pets
Dogs are irritated by the feedback (whistling) sound, and attracted by the owner's scent. Often the result is a chewed-up hearing instrument.
Here is one of our clients wearing the G-16 in Ear canal:
Contact Person: Mr. Ding