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High-Fidelity Ear Plug Review | Earos One Hearing Protectors

High-Fidelity Ear Plug Review | Earos One Hearing Protectors


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  1. hi im a better informed consumer thanks to you. i would like if you could create a video talking about the new rechargeble hearing aid batteries. i use hering aids and i want to learn more about them where to buy. if its worth the investment. how long do the batteries last before you need to charge them again.

  2. I have ear plugs custom fit by an audiologist who took molds of my ear canals. I keep them on my keychain for use whenever it’s loud, for example on the platform of a subway. They are actually for musicians but work great anywhere to cut off about 15 db. Are these $40 ones better or should I stick to what I’m using now?

  3. My insurance company pays for most of the cost of my hearing
    aids and I'm eligible for new ones but there are none that fit my needs. I'm
    tired of hearing people behind me better than people I'm looking at. I want
    full featured aids that have the microphone in my directional sound scoops
    (ears). I want active noise canceling like I have with my Bose headphones. I
    want Bluetooth links to my phone like I have now and unlocked bluetooth for
    reasonable priced TV transmitters. There are a bunch of low cost bluetooth
    transmitters but aid manufactures lock their aids so you have to buy their $400
    transmitters for every TV. I also want access to my cell phone's microphone. I
    use to have this feature with my Oticon app but the manufacture forcibly
    deleted that feature from their app so I need to buy their remote microphone.
    This was great in a noisy restaurant. I also want telecoil.

    Hearing aid companies have been getting a great deal,
    ripping us off with super high prices and getting higher while electronics are
    getting less expensive and very little innovation. High profit and no research
    budget how great is that.

    There is a new law that is supposed to open up this very
    restricted market. Hears hoping that there will be some competition for lower
    cost and innovation. Maybe we will even be able to tweak our own hearing aids
    some day

  4. This may sound like a silly question, but does the amplification from hearing aids damage your hearing (what's left of it). I know everyone's level of amplification is different, let's say moderately severe loss. I've been wearing aids for over 60 years, starting with one in my pocket with a wire to the ear piece. I guess I've answered my own question because I still hear and my loss has been stable.

  5. Awesome I didn’t know these existed! What other high fidelity plugs would you recommend ? Before I go off searching them haha.

  6. Awesome I didn’t know these existed! What other high fidelity plugs would you recommend ? Before I go off searching them haha.

  7. This is great! I am a musician and often around brass during rehearsals for 1-2 hours. I use Etymotic. Have you experimented with those or Earasers?

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