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Easy Operation Ear Bte Hearing Aids

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

Type - Ear Bte Hearing Aids

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

T M Healthcare

Ahmedabad

Premium Quality Digital Hearing Aid

Price: 600 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

Type - Hearing Aid

Material - Fibre

Technology - Digital

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SHREE BALAJI SURGICAL PRIVATE LIMITED

Mumbai

Great Design Acosound Acomate Anaya Plus Hearing Aids

Price: 4500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Unit/Units

Color - Multicolor

Type - Acosound Acomate Anaya Plus Hearing Aids

Material - Plastic

Business Type: Distributor | Service Provider

HEARSOUND TECHNOLOGY

Chennai

Signia Fun SP BTE Hearing Aid

Price: 11990.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Color - Brown

Type - Signia Fun SP BTE Hearing Aid

Technology - Wireless

2 Years

Business Type: Service Provider | Trading Company

R G HEARING AID SOLUTIONS

Chennai

Light In Weight Siemens Hearing Aids

Price: 25000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Type - RIC

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

1 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

Shravani Speech Hearing Diagnostic Therapy Centre

Mumbai

White Signia Styletto 5Ax Kit Hearing Aids

Price: 424990 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Type - Signia Styletto 5AX Kit Hearing Aids

Material - Metal

Power Source - Rechargeable Battery

1 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

Hear For Sure

Gurugram

Plastic Premium Hearing Aids

Price: 297000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

Programmable - Yes

Business Type: Distributor | Supplier

A1 Hearing Aid Centre

Mumbai

Premium Quality Signia Insio 7Nx Hearing Aids

Price: 285000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Type - Hearing Aids

Attributes - Premium Quality

3 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

SRK MEDITECH

New Delhi

Light In Weight Hearing Aids

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Type - Hearing Aids

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer

ESSCO

Kolkata

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

2 Years

Business Type: Distributor | Service Provider

SRAVANI HEARING AID CLINIC

Kolkata

Battery Operated Plastic Body Lightweight Rechargeable Wireless Hearing Aids

Price: 60000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

Type - Hearing Aids

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

Business Type: Manufacturer

Meenakshi Speech and Hearing Clinics

Delhi

Brown Light Weight Hearing Aid

Price: 1500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Color - Brown

Type - Hearing Aid

Technology - Wireless

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

AKSHAY WORLDWIDE INCORPORATION

Greater Noida

Premium Quality Ric Styline Bt 80 Hearing Aids

Price: 648000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Type - Hearing Aids

Technology - Wired

Open Fit - Yes

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company

EARCANHEAR HEARING AID CENTRE

Ahmedabad

Easy Operation Bte Hearing Aid

Price: 1000.00 - 2500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Material - Plastic

Programmable - Yes

Attributes - Easy Operation

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

AKSHAYA ENTERPRISE

Ahmedabad

Great Design Widex Moment 220 Hearing Aids

Price: 115000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

Type - Hearing Aids

Material - Plastic, Crystalic

Technology - Wireless

Business Type: Service Provider | Trading Company

SOUNDWELL SPEECH & HEARING CLINIC

Mumbai

Multi Designer Interton Hearing Aid

Type - Interton Hearing Aid

Color - Multi color

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

SUYOG MEDICAL PVT. LTD.

Mumbai

Ear Hearing Aid

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Johari Digital Healthcare Limited

Jodhpur

Easy Operation Wireless Hard Plastic Behind The Ear Hearing Aid

Price: 6200 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 20 Piece/Pieces

Color - Pink And White

Type - BTE Hearing Aids

Material - Hard Plastic

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation Of India

Kanpur

Light In Weight Hearing Aid

Price: 650 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Type - Paras Healthcare Hearing Aid

Material - Plastic

Technology - Wireless

Business Type: Trading Company

Paras Healthcare

Surat

Hearing Aid

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company

Clear Tone Hearing Solutions

Ghaziabad

Elkon Hearing Aid

Price: 22000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 2000 Piece/Pieces

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

Ramesh Enterprise

Jamnagar

0.2 Kg Weight 8000 Hz Wireless Connectivity Microphone Hearing Aid Charge Time: 4 Hours

Price: 9599 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 6 Piece/Pieces

Type - Hearing Aids

Material - Microphone

Technology - Digital

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company

New Pooja Enterprises

New Delhi

BHAGWATI Hearing Aids

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

BHAGWATI PHARMA & SURGICALS

Vadodara

Different Colors Are Available Digital Hearing Aids

Price: 1000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 01 Pack/Packs

Material - fibre& plastic mix

Technology - Wireless

Open Fit - Yes

Business Type: Service Provider

Seoc Zar IT Services Private Limited

New Delhi

Metal Hearing Aid With Long Battery Life

Price: 700.00 - 1000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Unit/Units,

Type - Portable

Material - Metal

Technology - Other

Business Type: Service Provider

SAMARTH MANAGEMENT PRIVATE LIMITED

New Delhi

Ear Plug Sponge

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

RGK Industrial Safety

Chennai

Easy Operation Smartcare Behind The Ear Sound Enhancement Amplifier Hearing Aid

Price: 1000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Number

Type - Hearing Amplifier

Power Source - Rechargeable Battery

Attributes - Light in Weight, Easy Operation, Premium Quality

Business Type: Manufacturer

SAIFY TRADERS

Indore

Best Quality Aural Speculum

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Type - Best Quality Aural Speculum

Attributes - Premium Quality, Less Noise, Other

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

JULLUNDUR ENTERPRISES

Delhi

Hearing Aids Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Shree Balaji Surgical Private LimitedMumbai, India3 Years
Srk MeditechNew Delhi, India3 Years
R G Hearing Aid SolutionsChennai, India2 Years
EsscoKolkata, India2 Years
Sravani Hearing Aid ClinicKolkata, India2 Years
T M HealthcareAhmedabad, India1 Years
Shravani Speech Hearing Diagnostic Therapy CentreMumbai, India1 Years
Hear For SureGurugram, India1 Years

What is a Hearing Aid? 

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that amplifies sound and is worn in or behind the ear to compensate for impaired hearing. It is used to help hard-of-hearing people hear sounds better. 

Hearing Aids of Yesterday and Today 
Hearing AidIn the past, a funnel-like amplification cone, called an 'ear trumpet' was used as a hearing aid. A desk with a built-in amplifier into which a microphone and earphones could be plugged also was widely used, which worked better than passive ear trumpets though it was not portable. 

Today, the most common style of hearing aid used is a small electronic device that fits into the wearer's ear. It has a rectangular battery pack connected by a thin wire, which is held in a pocket. During late 20th century, hearing aids that were carried in pockets were replaced by a more sophisticated model in which small zinc-air batteries were placed in the inserted unit itself. 

History of the Hearing Aid 
Ear TrumpetEar Trumpets: The earliest of hearing aids used were ear trumpets, which were skillfully carved from wood, precious metal (for use by nobles, rich merchants), seashells and animal horns. Wide at one end and narrowing to a small tip at the other, and swung around to be pointed in the right direction, the ear trumpet was used for ages in all cultures. 

Cow Horn Hearing Aid: There is an interesting story related to the invention of the cow horn hearing aid. One warrior snapped off a cow horn from his helmet, hollowing it and cutting off the tip, and then holding it to his ear, thus using it as an aid to receive orders during a battle. 

Hearing Aid Thrones: Special adapted thrones and chairs were designed to allow courtiers and other people to speak quietly while maintaining a distance from both hearing and deaf royals or kings. One would kneel before the throne and speak into openings in the arms of the chair. Inside this furniture was a tapering tube which sent the sound of the voices to a resonating chamber further up in the arms and the wings. The king could thus hear clearly without any unseemly shouting or unwanted closeness of the speaker. 

An excellent example of a hearing aid throne is Portugal's King Goa's throne made in 1819 by F.C. Rein & Son. The throne had armrests fashioned to resemble the heads of roaring lions. Supplicants would direct their voices into the mouth of a lion, and the hollow armrest would conduct the sound to an ear tube held by the king. 

These chairs were also carried along from one place to another wherever the king went. 

Clarvox Lorgnette Trumpet: It is a French invention that has twin features--spectacles with a light tortoiseshell ear trumpet. The trumpet was usually made of dark material of tortoiseshell and it was hung down from one side of a pair of spectacles in the hope that it could be disguised against the user's dark clothing. 

London DomeOpera Domes or London Domes: This type of hearing aid was invented in the 1850s in England. Made of thin metal and available in a variety of sizes depending on hearing loss, it soon became very popular. It is also called an opera dome because it could be used by hearing fans of the opera to improve the sound quality of a performance. 

Acoustic Table Urn: The acoustic table urn is one of the strangest of hearing aid inventions. The urn, with its multiple decorated openings, was meant to capture sound from any angle in the room. The interior resonator would then channel sound directly to the user through a long ear tube, which could be disguised as part of a table runner. It was the fashion to fill the urn with fruits or flowers, thereby dulling its resonating effect. 

Ear Tube: The invention of the ear tube allowed the user to get sound straight from the source. The speaker held one end of the tube to his mouth, while the user placed the other over the ear. 

Stethoclare: Measuring only 11 cm in diameter the stethoclare an advanced model of the acoustic urn, proved much easier to carry. The user placed the Stethoclare sound-catcher on a table, and ran a tube from it to the ear.

Desktop Hearing Aid:
 This is the first electric hearing aid, which were available in the market around 1901. But these desktop hearing aids were very large and impractical. The 1930 version of the same model, available at $400 with smaller sizes employed carbon-dust microphones. The desktop devices used were a carbon microphone, processing unit, battery box and, and headpiece. Batteries often did not last more than a few hours. 

Carbon Microphone AidCarbon Microphone Aids: Advances in microphone and battery technology facilitated the development of smaller and handy microphone models that are connected to batteries carried in special cases. The microphone was worn around the neck and was connected to the earpiece by wires. 

Vacuum Tube Model: The vacuum tube model was invented in the 1940s which are connected to large batteries, but they were easier to use. It turned out to be a better delivery tool for the gathered sound in a hearing aid. 

Oticon Pocket Model: This hearing aid allowed the user to improve hearing without standing out in a crowd. The small battery and processing component fit easily into a pocket, or under the user's clothes. 

Beltone's 'Slimmette': The invention of the Beltone's 'Slimmette' saw the development of smaller models of hearing aids that could be concealed easily. This style concealed the hearing aids in flaps that would hang over the ear from the wearer's eyeglasses. 

Over-the-Ear Hearing Aids: Hearing aid models models were developed to fit the wearer with custom-made ear tubes. These were easy to conceal behind the ear or under the hair. It is an 'all in one' unit that combined the battery, microphone and transistor circuit in an all in one molded design with a small individually built ear tube. 

In-the-Canal (ITC) Hearing AidIn-the-Canal (ITC) Hearing Aids: In the 1970s, one of the most easily usable hearing aids--'in-the-canal' was developed where batteries used were even smaller, allowing the ITC, aids to fill the ear canal without anything worn outside the ear. 

In-the-Ear-Canal (IETC) Hearing Aids: By the late 1980's advanced circuitry and lithium batteries made possible a unit that could be concealed completely in the ear canal. Termed as "In-the-Ear-Canal", these tiny devices, which can be dropped in the ear and totally hidden from view, became very popular in the market. 

Digital Processing Hearing AidDigital Processing Hearing Aids: With the advent of Digital Signal Processing (DSP), the hearing aid turned into a mini-computer. Digital processing hearing aids allow even greater clarity and users can program their hearing aids to access the most useful range of tonality. 

Today's Hearing Aids: Gradually, two channel sound, automatic volume control or remote volume control for the smallest of ITC instruments that are totally invisible were developed. Then fully digital audio processors were developed that global research took up to produce a working system they named Adaptive Speech Alignment, which boasts multi-tone banding and dual processing, one each for recognizing vowels and consonants. 

Today's hearing aids have super advanced feedback controls, more self-assessment of listening comfort and memory cards for the remote control. Models of micro-magnets implanted next to the eardrum, which will never need replacing will soon be available in the market. 

Types of Hearing Aids 
Hearing aids differ in in size, power and circuitry, all available in different sizes and models at varied prices.

Eyeglass Aid
  • Body worn aids 
  • Behind the ear aids (BTE) 
  • In the ear aids (ITE) 
  • In the canal (ITC) 
  • Mini canal (MIC) 
  • Completely in the canal aids (CIC) 
  • Open-fit devices 
  • Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA) 
  • Eyeglass aids
Hearing Aid Technology 
Wireless hearing aids mark the hearing aid technology today. One hearing aid can transmit to the other side so that pressing one aid's program button simultaneously changes the other aid and both aids change background settings simultaneously. 

FM listening systems are connected to wireless receivers integrated with the use of hearing aids. A separate wireless microphone can be given to a partner from a short distance or even in another room to wear. The voice is transmitted wirelessly to the hearing aids reducing the effects of distance and background noise. 

Many theatres and lecture halls today are equipped with listening systems that transmit the sound directly from the stage to the the audience. 

Here are the types of hearing aid technology used today:
  • Conventional Analog Hearing Aids: These are the least expensive, which are designed with a particular frequency response based on one's audiogram. They are suitable for many different types of hearing loss 
  • Analog Programmable Hearing AidAnalog Programmable Hearing Aids: This type of hearing aid has a microchip which allows the aid to have settings programmed for different listening environments. A computer is employed to program the hearing aid for different listening situations
  • Digital Programmable Hearing Aids: This self-adjusting hearing aid technology has all the features of analog programmable aids but use "digitized sound processing" to convert sound waves into digital signals. The computer chip employed in the aid analyzes the signals of one'sr environment to determine if the sound is noise or speech and then makes modifications to provide a clear, amplified distortion-free signal.
Questions Generally Asked by the User
  • Are there any medical considerations or corrections for hearing loss?
  • Which type is best for hearing loss?
  • What is the cost of the hearing aid?
  • Is there a trial period to test the hearing aids?
  • What fees are nonrefundable if they are returned after the trial period?
  • How long is the warranty period?
  • Does the warranty cover future maintenance and repairs?
Tips for Taking Care of Hearing Aids
Hearing Aids
  • Keep them away from heat and moisture
  • Replace dead batteries immediately
  • Clean hearing aids as instructed by the physician or the seller
  • Do not use hairspray or other hair care products while wearing hearing aids
  • Turn off hearing aids when they are not in use
  • Keep replacement batteries and small aids away from children and pets.

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