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Adjusting to your new hearing device Simple Ear turns ordinary hearing into extraordinary hearing and will benefit over 85% of people looking for a mild or moderate boost in their hearing. Simple Ear allows you to hear normal sounds and voices with more clarity. The biggest variances between the three core products are around appearance, power and price.  Be sure to see the chart below for all the details. 

Simple Ear Basic--for the person who wants to get a boost in their hearing with a quality unit but spend less money and wear it less in very noisy public places.

Simple Ear Advanced is for the person who wants a slim, discreet behind the ear unit, wants a boost in all situations and may need some extra help listening while on the phone.   This is the most powerful unit of the three core products.

Simple Ear Premium is for the person who wants a boost in their hearing with the latest technology but doesn't want anyone to know they are wearing a hearing device.

 

Compare each model to find the right fit for you:

Feature

 

$399 each

($50 off pair)

 

$599 each

($100 off pair)

 

$749 each

($100 off pair)

Visible appearance

Small Behind the ear with thin clear tube*

Stylish behind the ear with thin clear tube *

In the ear; no tubes or tips; nearly invisible

Amplification Power

Up to 30 decibels

(add Power Up Earhook for up to 42 decibels)

Up to 40 decibels

(add Power Up Earhook for up to 52 decibels)

Up to 30 decibels

100% Digital Processinghas the latest technology software

Manual Volume Control

 

Dynamic Speech EnhancementPicks up voice and makes it clearer

Anti-Whistle Technology

Low Battery Indicator

Background Noise Reduction added technology to filter out background noise

 

Telephone Mode/ T-coil— enhanced for talking on the phone

 

 

Listening Modesadjust device to the place you are

2 modes:  Quiet and Noisy

3 modes:  Quiet, Noisy and Telephone

4 modes:  Each adding more volume

Wind Noise Protection

Side Ported Mics

Wind Screen

Shielded by Ear

Battery Life

150-200 hours

150-200 hours

75- 100 hours

 

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Visible Appearance: Small Behind the ear with thin clear tube*

Amplification Power: Up to 30 decibels (add Power Up Earhook for up to 42 decibels)

100% Digital Processing

Manual Volume Control

Dynamic Speech Enhancement—Picks up voice and makes it clearer

Anti-Whistle Technology

2 Listening Situation Modes: Quiet and Noisy

Wind Noise Protection: Side Ported Mics

Battery Life: 150-200 hours

Low Battery Indicator

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Visible appearance: Stylish behind the ear with thin clear tube *

Amplification Power: Up to 40 decibels (add Power Up Earhook for up to 52 decibels)

100% Digital Processing

Manual Volume Control

Dynamic Speech Enhancement—Picks up voice and makes it clearer

Background Noise Reduction

3 Listening Situation Modes: Quiet, Noisy and Telephone

Anti-Whistle Technology

Telephone Mode/ T-coil

Wind Noise Protection: Wind Screen

Battery Life: 150-200 hours

Low Battery Indicator

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Visible appearance: In the ear; no tubes or tips; nearly invisible

Amplification Power: Up to 30 decibels

100% Digital Processing

Manual Volume Control

Dynamic Speech Enhancement—Picks up voice and makes it clearer

Background Noise Reduction

Anti-Whistle Technology

4 Listening Situation Modes: Each adding more volume

Wind Noise Protection: Shielded by Ear

Battery Life: 75- 100 hours

Low Battery Indicator

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Power Up Ear Hook available in Simple Ear Accessories; it has a thicker tube with a comfort eartip that increases the amplification.

Adjusting to your new hearing device

Adjusting to any new hearing device takes a little patience and a positive attitude.  Your brain will need a little time to get used to using a hearing device. 

  • Use it for at least 3-4 hours at a time until you get comfortable and adjust to wearing a hearing device.  Start in quieter environments if you can.
  • Moving to noisier environments, use two hearing devices, rather than one to get the best boost in your hearing and make background noise easier to deal with.

Your Simple Ear device should provide years of benefit if you properly use and care for it.

Two Simple Ear Hearing Devices Are Better Than One

You’ve heard the saying “two heads are better than one.”  Turns out two Simple Ear® hearing devices are, too.  Although you might be tempted to just purchase one  because of cost or just to “try it out,” studies show you won’t get the full benefits that a complete set can offer.

Most people need a hearing boost in both ears—so you’re shortchanging one of your ears if you opt for a single device. Besides this, hearing devices that work in pairs cooperatively deliver a truer hearing experience.

  • Better directional hearing. You’ll be better able to locate the source of sounds. With just one hearing device, it can be hard to know who is speaking.
  • No “head shadow” effect. When a sound is coming from your unaided side, it loses consonant sounds by the time it reaches the aided ear. This loss of frequency makes it harder to understand speech.
  • Less tiring. Let’s face it, hearing is hard work. You’ve may have noticed that having to listen hard to someone or something can be exhausting. Wearing only one instrument can still require you to strain.
  • A natural hearing experience. Your brain is naturally wired to receive sounds from both ears. When equally boosted, your ears are better able to reduce unwanted noise, plus two Simple Ear devices allows your brain to more effectively process speech.