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  1. Hearing Aids Delhi Committed to Helping You Enjoy the Sounds of Life

  2. About Hearing Aids Delhi Hearing Aids Delhi is located throughout central, south and west of Delhi . We offer patients a complete line of hearing instruments from low priced starter aids to state of the art multi channel digital hearing instruments. We provide in home services throughout Delhi and NCR region. We are available to answer any questions you or your family members may have regarding your loss. There are no charges for the exams, follow up cleaning, or check ups. It is our mission to make professional hearing services as convenient as possible for our patients. Our services are available even for those on fixed or low incomes. If you are currently wearing aids, regardless of what brand they are, we will inspect and clean your hearing aids at no charge, arrange for repair service if necessary, and provide you with a package of fresh batteries for your aids at reasonable prices. Hearing Aids Delhi can provide many options to deal with your hearing loss, including our complete line of digital, programmable, and conventional hearing aids. We carry a full line of  Phonak, ReSound, Alps, Oticon, Widex, Bernafone, Siemens and Starkey products.

  3. What are Hearing Aids A hearing aid is a small electronic device that you wear in or behind your ear. It makes some sounds louder so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and participate more fully in daily activities. A hearing aid can help people hear more in both quiet and noisy situations. A hearing aid has three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The hearing aid receives sound through a microphone, which converts the sound waves to electrical signals and sends them to an amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and then sends them to the ear through a speaker.

  4. Types of Hearing Aids • Digital Hearing aid • Programmable Hearing Aid • Conventional Hearing Aid

  5. Digital Hearing Aid Digital Hearing instruments represent the most advanced technology available today. These instruments actually contain a computer chip that is programmed by a computer. This offers the best way currently available to match a particular hearing loss with the most prescriptive amplification needed. Complete flexibility and amazing fine-tuning capability are among the many benefits. This unique technology separates the incoming sound into bands and channels; and processes each band and channel independently. This class of hearing instruments utilizes separate circuit paths to independent process different frequency regions of sound. This is the most advanced technology that allows the most precise prescriptive fitting available today.

  6. Programmable Hearing Aid Programmable hearing instruments represent a more advanced technology than conventional. These instruments are programmed by a computer, allowing a better way to accommodate a given patient’s amplification needs, thus allowing greater flexibility and fine-tuning capability. Most of the technology in these types of instruments is basically analog conventional circuits that are set and controlled by a computer.

  7. Conventional Hearing Aid Hearing aids, which use conventional electronics, have been the mainstay of the hearing aid industry for 40 years. Conventional hearing aid electronics use basic analog technology to provide quality, amplification to patients with a wide range of hearing losses. These hearing aids have as their defining feature the characteristic of adding the same amount of amplification to all levels of sound intensity. Thus, low bass type sounds will be amplified with the same amount of volume as high treble sounds. For this reason, some patients may find that conventional electronic hearing aids provide either too little sound or to much sound to comfortably reach a listening level for the particular hearing loss.

  8. Types of Hearing Styles • CIC (Completely in the Canal)Programmable Hearing Aid • ITC (In the Canal) • ITE (In the Ear) • BTE (Behind the Ear)

  9. CIC (Completely in the Canal) This is the smallest type of hearing aid made and is almost invisible in the ear. All the components are housed in a small case that fits far into the ear canal. This takes advantage of the ear’s own natural sound-collecting design and offers convenient telephone usage. CICs are custom made for each ear; however, these hearing aids are restricted to persons with ear canals large enough to accommodate the insertion depth of the instrument into the ear. Also, the CIC style uses a very small battery that requires good manual dexterity. This type of hearing aid is not suitable for persons with severe hearing losses.

  10. ITC (In the Canal) A little bigger than the CIC, the ITC hearing aids also fit far into the ear canal. Canal hearing aids use a slightly larger battery than the CIC style. This style is used for mild to moderate hearing losses.

  11. ITE (In the Ear) These ITE hearing aids can be used for a wider range of hearing losses. Due to their larger size, ITEs can accommodate larger sound amplifiers and more features such as a telephone switch. They are also easier to handle.

  12. BTE (Behind the Ear) In BTE hearing aids, the electronics are housed in a case that fits behind the ear. Tubing and a custom made ear mold direct the sound to the ear canal. Due to its robust design, this style is especially recommended for children. BTE hearing aids can provide more amplification than smaller devices due to the stronger amplifier and the larger battery. This style is available in several colors for hair and skin tone matching.

  13. Popular Brand of Hearing Aids • Phenok • Unitron • GN Resound • Siemens • Octicon • Widex • Starkey • Alps • Bernafon • Sonic • Interton • Audifon • AM

  14. Phinok Hearing Aids Audéo SMART Audéo SMART, the world’s smallest hearing system with full wireless functionality, is the choice if you want top performance with manual control and unlimited connectivity. Audéo YES Audéo YES the brilliantly designed wireless hearing aid provides the solution to a previously unsolved challenge. Audéo YES featuring Sound Recover broadens the hearing range and restores high frequencies making the full spectrum of sounds audible.

  15. GN Resound Hearing Aids Dot by ReSound dot by ReSound packs high performance technology into the smallest behind-the-ear hearing aid available. Covering up to 97% of all hearing losses, dot by ReSound offers better hearing even in the most difficult listening situations for anyone with a mild to severe hearing loss. ReSound Azure ReSound Azure is a high-end hearing aid that combines the latest digital sound technology with sleek, elegant and contemporary design. A hearing aid for anyone who doesn’t want to compromise on either design or sound.

  16. Oticon Hearing Aids Ino – The essence of hearing Whether it’s precious moments spent with family, fruitful moments spent with friends or entertaining moments with music or movies, OticonIno let’s you enjoy more of the essential things in life. SUMO DM – A heavyweight in the SuperPower category In the SuperPower category, Sumo is in a class of its own. Sophisticated digital sound processing technologies provide maximum power and audibility.

  17. Thanks and Regards Hearing Aids Delhi Website: Email: Mb.: +91 9810074489 Address: G-42 Green Park Main, Green Park Extension New Delhi-110016, India