super high-powered for severe to profound loss
  • Has the power of the larger body-aids with very high acoustic gain
  • Smaller than many body-aids but has excellent tone qualities
  • Has telephone setting and two trimmers
  • Operation highly economical - Uses one AA battery
  • Features direct audio input
  • Easy manipulation of controls by user
  • Peak SSPL9O 140dB
  • Max. Full-on Gain 80dB
  • Freq. Range .130-3800 Hz
  • Rexton Fusion PP Body Aid........$479.50
    Suggested Retail...............$900

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    Additional Options for two ears
    Y-Cord - $26
    Extra Reciever - $30
    Other body-aids available - Call for details and pricing.
    for moderate hearing loss
  • Low, low price and inexpensive to operate
  • Uses one AA battery (included)
  • Large controls are easy to use
  • Features adjustable tone control
  • Durable components for long life
  • Max. SSPL9O 134dB
  • Av. Full-on Gain 47dB
  • Freq. Range....200-3800 Hz
  • Model HA20-DX Body Aid........$189.50
    Suggested Retail...............$500

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    Additional Options for two ears
    Y-Cord - $26
    Extra Reciever - $30
    IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PROSPECTIVE HEARING AID USERS:
    You should consult promptly with a licensed physician (preferably an ear specialist) before ordering hearing instruments if you have any of the following conditions:
    (i) Visible congenital or traumatic deformi- ty of the ear.
    (ii) History of active drainage from the ear within the previous 90 days.
    (iii) History of sudden or rapidly progres- sive hearing loss within the previous 90 days.
    (iv) Acute or chronic dizziness.
    (v) Unilateral hearing loss of sudden or recent onset within the previous 90 days.
    (vi) Audiometric air-borne gap equal to or greater than 15 decibels at 500 hertz (Hz), 1,000 Hz, and 2,000 Hz.
    (vii) Visible evidence of significant cerumen (earwax) accumulation or a foreign body in the ear canal.
    (viii) Pain or discomfort in the ear. Special care should be exercised in selecting and fitting a hearing aid whose maxi- mum sound pressure level exceeds 132 decibels* because there may be risk of impairing the remaining hearing of the user.

    *A provision is required only for those hear- ing aids with a maximum sound pressure capability greater than 132 [db].