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Wireless Digital Voice Amplifying Listener
Unlike conventional hearing aids, voice amplifiers are not inserted into the ear and used only when necessary during conversation. With wireless voice amplification, user can hear the voice of the talker clearly without being affected by the surrounding environment.
It is used as a convenience device for conversation with the elderly or hearing-impaired at home and in facilities and places used by a large number of people.
• Most of the elderly are deaf and need to use hearing aids (more than 10% of the population).
• Many hearing aid users do not use hearing aids because they are inconvenient or ineffective.
• It is inconvenient to have to speak in a loud voice when talking to the elderly who are hard of hearing.
• If there is noise around or if you are a little far from the person speaking, it is difficult to hear speech even with a hearing aid.
reasons not to use hearing aids
It is can hear the other person's voice clearly.
It is can hear well even if there is noise around or the person are talking to is far away.
It is UV sterilized when charging and is easy to use and carry.
Users of cochlear implants and hearing aids can also listen wirelessly through T-mode.
When in use, lift the voice amplification receiver from the main body to turn it on
automatically, Putting it down on the body turns it off.
Because it is a wireless voice amplification method, you can hear the sound clearly compared to
conventional hearing aids when there is noise around or when you are talking with many people
(family and friends, etc.).
Individuals such as the elderly who have difficulty hearing, nursing caregivers.
Public institutions, government offices, banks, nursing facilities, history, terminals, libraries, performance halls, courts, police stations, senior citizens and Various business facilities such as facilities for the disabled, welfare center, senior citizen center, post office, telephone office, hospital, etc.
HAHA products are used in public institutions and multi-use facilities in Korea.