Do You Need Help Hearing?
Sounds become difficult to hear for a variety of reasons, usually related to one of two conditions: either the sound is softer than you want to hear it normally, or there is competing noise which makes the signal hard to understand. Below are some of the top signs that you might benefit from using Simple Ear. If you answer "yes" to 3 or more questions below, check out our products.
- People complain that you have the TV or radio turned up too loud
- You are missing conversation in meetings at work
- You ask people to repeat themselves
- You hear conversations but have trouble understanding the words
- Talking on the telephone has become difficult
- People tell you that you talk too loud
- You find yourself avoiding crowded situations like restaurants or parties
Simple Ear is perfect for the following occasions:
Stay fully engaged in important conversations and meetings.
Stop having to raise the volume of the TV. Hear the TV at lower volumes or even while your spouse is sleeping.
Social Events & Everyday Life
Enjoy going out with friends and family and quit missing out on important conversations.
Quit straining to hear from the back row or missing out on worship music.
Enjoy movies again. Hear every word of the next big blockbuster.
Music / Concerts
Whether it is in the comfort of your own home or out at a concert you can hear music the way you should.
Simple Ear will not work for you if...If you have or think you may have any one of the following symptoms, do not use Simple Ear or any hearing device until you have consulted a physician:
- History of excessive wax build-up
- Pain or discomfort in the ear
- Fluid or drainage from the ear within the past 90 days
- Ear canal blockage, a lasting ear infection, or a plugged up fullness feeling
- Visible deformity of the ear
- Sudden, rapidly progressing, or fluctuating hearing loss within past 90 days
- Chronic difficulty hearing
- Ringing in only one ear
- Hearing loss only in one ear that has worsened in the past 90 days
- Spells of acute or chronic dizziness