- What is the battery life?
- It depends on your usage situation, such as volume and season (temperature, humidity).
Pocket type (AA / AAA dry battery): approx. 30 days based on 8 hours' daily use.
In-the-canal type (air battery PR41): approx. 14 days based on 8 hours' daily use
Note: Air batteries sometimes fail to deliver their original performance at low temperatures, or their life may be shortened.
- I can't put the earplug in properly ...
- Each person has a different size and direction of earhole. First, ask someone to check the size and direction of your earhole.
- Can I talk on the phone with a hearing aid?
- Household phones differ depending on the model, but most can be used.
Cell phones can also be used, although you may hear some noise with certain models.
- Can I wear glasses and use a behind-the-ear type?
- Most aids will enable you to wear glasses, but it may be difficult to hang the aid on the ear, depending on the thickness of the frame.
- Is it safe for a pacemaker user to wear a hearing aid?
- The dry batteries and button batteries used in hearing aids are low voltage. They do not emit strong enough electromagnetic waves to affect a pacemaker.
- Which ear should I use a hearing aid in?
- It is generally used in the one with less hearing, but you will need a consultation since each person's hearing level is different.
- Should I wear a hearing aid in both ears?
- Hearing sounds with both ears enables you to get a sense of sound direction, which makes it easier for you to hear sounds in a noisy environment than when hearing with only one ear. However, you are recommended to first wear a hearing aid in one ear to get used to it.