Songbird hearing aids


Songbird hearing aids are good for mild or moderate hearing loss. It is much convenient and effective. Also it is disposable, affordable, and perfect for first time hearing aid wearers. With Songbird there is no exam to take, no batteries to replace, and no costly repairs. It has never been easier to start hearing better. Most people aren't ready to wear a hearing aid all the time, but now one can wear songbird hearing aids for a better hearing at the time to use. Just like disposable contact lenses, it is designed to be worn for a certain period of time and then thrown away.

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In particular, the tip and built-in battery are designed to provide up to 400 hours or 90 days of better hearing, whichever comes first. And when your Songbird runs out, one simply has to replace it with a new one. The tip of each device is made with soft pliable materials in a universal size, to fit most people comfortably and discreetly. And to top it off, it delivers exceptional digital sound quality that rivals today's most expensive hearing aids. Most people find that as they wear it more often over the first few weeks the product becomes more comfortable to wear. However, in accordance with good health practice, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends that a person with a hearing loss have a medical evaluation by a licensed physician before purchasing or using any hearing aid.

Conclusion

The Songbird is packaged in a soft, flexible, "one size fits all", hypoallergenic case that is slightly larger than the normal completely-in-the-canal hearing aid. There are actually 3 different sizes, small, medium, and large. It is delivered to the user in a sealed package that keeps the battery fresh. When the case is opened, the battery starts working, and lasts about 60 days, with 12 hours of use a day. There are four major components inside the Songbird, the large microphone that takes up the entire faceplate area of the hearing aid, the zinc air battery, the electronic circuit, and the receiver (output loudspeaker). There also is an interconnecting flex circuit, and the on-off switch, which is operated by a pull string (pulling the hearing aid out of your ear turns it off). The Songbird custom integrated circuit is similar to the circuits found in entry level digital hearing aids, with two channel signal processing and wide dynamic range compression.

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