Micro tech hearing aids


Micro-Tech hearing aids are built on the belief that superior sound quality is achieved while providing patients with the small, stylish hearing instruments they desire. As the hearing aid industry progresses through the 21st Century, Micro-Tech continues to develop innovative and attractive hearing solutions. Micro-Tech Hearing Instruments was founded in 1986 and has grown to become one of the most respected developers and manufacturers of hearing aids and hearing instrument technology. As it heads into its second decade of existence, Micro-Tech is proud to continue developing its identity. It is preferred to be the supplier of hearing aids and hearing instruments through quality, innovation, and caring. The founders of Micro-Tech knew that to be successful, quality must be at the heart of Micro-Tech hearing aid. That is why production begins with using only the finest components including hybrid chips, gold battery contacts, tension bands and double-insulated wire, and why production ends by meeting rigid quality control standards. Meeting and exceeding customer requirements and expectations define Micro-Tech hearing aid quality.

Types of hearing aids

Hearing aids are available in many different types, or categories. Programmable hearing aids offer different (often customizable for the individual's audiogram) programs for different listening situations such as the office/home or a noisy rock concert. Most hearing aid manufacturers offer programmable and non-programmable Behind-the-Ear aids (BTEs), and cosmetically appealing In-the-Canal (ITCs), In-the-Ear (ITEs), and Completely-in-the-Canal (CICs). Different shell styles (e.g., full, low profile, half, soft, hard) are also available. Some BTE Hearing Aid Manufacturers are A&M Hearing (England-based), AVR (BTE, and BTE for use with an FM system.), and Bernafon-Maico, Elkon India-based Company, ITCs (their site calls them In the Kanal) and BTEs only, and General Hearing, Micro-Tech, Oticon, GN Resound, Rexton, Siemens, Starkey, Unitron and Widex. Many companies offer "fully digital programmable hearing aids." These hearing aids are wearable mini-computers capable of monitoring the audio logical environment. Some Digital Hearing Aid Manufacturers are Bernafon-Maico, Miracle Ear, Oticon, Phonak, GN Resound and Siemens. For people who are physically unable to use regular hearing aids, body aids are still available, although few manufacturers are offering them. However, these are not the bulky body aids of yesteryear. Today's body aids are slimmer and more attractively designed. Manufacturers of Body-Worn Hearing Aids are Elkon, Magnatone and Widex. Implantable Hearing Aids is placed under the skin surgically, but is not the same thing as a cochlear implant. It is still a hearing aid. One of the best-known ones is the Vibrant Sound Bridge from Med-El.

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