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Unitron Tempus Moxi Kiss 700

"Maximum Visual Appeal That Delivers Outstanding Sound Quality" The latest Unitron Moxi Kiss hearing aids are now available on the new Tempus platform and continue to deliver on the high fidelity natural sound that wearers...
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Unitron Tempus Moxi Dura 700

"Larger Battery Size Delivers Outstanding Hearing for Longer" The Unitron Moxi Dura is the medium sized alternative with a larger size 13 battery. It is now available on the Tempus technology platform. Tempus is powerful...
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Signia Pure 5 Primax

"Signia's Most Popular Hearing Aid" Signia Pure Primax hearing aids continue the tradition of technological excellence that has helped Siemens Signia develop a reputation as a leading hearing aid manufacturer. By combining...
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Featured Hearing Aids

Hansaton AQ SHD 9

"Design meets functionality: rechargeable and environmentally conscious" Hansaton’s latest AQ SHD rechargeable hearing aid models are powered by Lithium-Ion technology capable of 24 hours of run-time and a 3 hour charge...
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Unitron Moxi Now Pro

"Easy Listening Comfort in the World's Smallest Hearing Aid Package" The Moxi Now is the latest addition to the Unitron series of RIC (receiver-in-the-canal) hearing aids. Measuring a slight 20.2mm tall by 6.5mm wide, the...
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Siemens Pure 13 BT Primax 3

"Signia's First Made For iPhone® Hearing Aid" Signia is the new name for Siemens hearing aids. Siemens / Signia Pure 13 BT Primax is a "made-for-iPhone" hearing aid that gives you high-fidelity speech discernment with...
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General Information on Hearing Aids

What is a hearing aid? A hearing aid is an electronic, battery-operated device that amplifies and changes sound to allow for improved communication. Hearing aids receive sound through a microphone, which then converts the sound waves to electrical signals. The amplifier increases the loudness of the signals and then sends the sound to the ear through a speaker. How common is hearing loss and...
Mild Flat Loss The audiogram at right shows normal hearing across the top using X and O. (See Key Below Audiogram) The blue shaded areas show where the symbols would be charted in degrees of hearing loss from slight to moderate. Mild flat losses are recognized by feeling all sounds are dimmer than they used to be. Mild flat loss sufferers tend to listen to the TV or radio at higher volume than...
AARP 601 E Street, NW Washington, DC 20049 Toll-free Voice: (888) 687-2277 TTY: (202) 434-6561 Toll-Free TTY: (877) 434-7598 Fax: (202) 434-6499 E-mail: media [at] aarp [dot] org Internet: www.aarp.org Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell) 3417 Volta Place, NW Washington, DC 20007-2778 Voice: (202) 337-5220 Toll-free Voice: (866) 337-5220 TTY: (202) 337-5221...
Some hearing aid users report that they feel as if they are in a barrel or experiencing an echo when talking. This is called "the occlusion effect." Normally, when your ear is unblocked and you are speaking, you hear yourself both through the air traveling through your ear canal, (air conduction) and through vibrations that you create in your skull and ear canal (bone conduction). When your ear...
Overview Open fit hearing aids have changed the hearing aid industry. We believe that if you give them a chance, they will change your life, too. They are amazingly easy. They are comfortable. And they are so small they're nearly invisible. Although most people would never wear hearing aids by choice, for those of us with hearing loss it is getting to be less of a chore. Two big changes have...
There are four main reasons binaural (two-eared) listening is superior to monaural (one-eared) listening. They are: Better Hearing in Noise: An individual's hearing in noise can be improved if the signal reaching each ear arrives at a slightly different moment in time. This is technically referred to as phase. When the brain receives slightly different, yet still audible signals at the two...
The first step to choosing a hearing aid is to get your hearing tested. Once you have a hearing test you can begin the search for a hearing aid. If you have a copy of your hearing test fax it to 1-877-433-3040 for a free consultation. (Be sure to put your name and phone number on the fax.) If you don't have a copy of your hearing test call our support number at 1-877-704-4424 and we will walk...
Domes come in three diameters, as well as two lengths for different insertion depths. Do an otoscopic examination of the client's ear canal size. Based on the examination, choose an appropriate dome to fit the ear canal. If a deeper insertion is desired, choose the longer (L) dome of the appropriate size. If a shallower insertion is required, choose the short (S) dome. Information courtesy of...
You will need to change the slim tubes and domes every three months or when they become stiff, or discolored. You should wipe the domes daily with a damp cloth. You should also clean the slim tubes periodically, with the cleaning pin provided, when you begin to notice debris in and around the tubes. To clean the slim tubes and domes: Remove the slim tube from the hearing instrument by...
Place the hearing instrument over the top of the ear. Hold the slim tube where it attaches to the dome and gently push the dome into the ear canal. The dome should be placed far enough into the ear so that the slim tube lies flush with the head. When you look at yourself in the mirror face-to-face, you should not see the slim tube sticking out. Place the retention piece of the...

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