SoniClear is a compact device that's been created to enable people with impaired hearing to hear any sounds in their environment more clearly. It's specified that no prescription is required to obtain a set of two devices (one for each ear), and you likely won't need to consult with a doctor, either. Each set of SoniClear hearing aids comes with a case that's been designed to double as a battery recharging station, so you won't have to deal with loading replacement batteries into your aids.
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To get started with your SoniClear devices, you'll need to attach each one to one of your ears (either device will suit the left or right ear). Each device's white silicone cup should be nestled comfortably in the ear, while the beige handle of each should discreetly rest behind the top of each ear. Do not push either silicone cup very far into the inner hole of the corresponding ear, as none of these cups should be anywhere near your eardrum.
Next, turn on your hearing aids by using the round, clear power buttons situated at the top of each one's handle. If you aren't able to do this while your hearing aids are attached to your ears, you can also do this before you attach them. To change the level of volume you're getting, if the default setting doesn't suit your preference, use the tab below each power button to adjust it up or down. Note that it's perfectly fine to have one hearing aid turned up a bit higher than the other.
Once you're satisfied with the volume coming from your SoniClear devices, you can go about your daily activities as usual. You shouldn't feel like anything's dramatically different, besides the fact that you may be able to hear a lot of sounds much more clearly than you have in a while. When it's time to sleep, simply remove your hearing aids from your ears and store them in the included charging case overnight. That way, they'll be charged up and ready to go in the morning.
The SoniClear hearing aids work by virtue of micro-digital technology, which means that when any sound comes in contact with them, each aid will immediately amplify it while also preserving its clarity. Therefore, while you're wearing these aids, you'll hear every sound around you clearly, at an adequate volume and without delay, so you'll be able to follow along with what's happening instead of missing important details.
Wearing SoniClear devices is a pain-free way of enhancing one's hearing. Each device's silicone cups are fairly soft, so they won't scratch against your skin or otherwise irritate the inside of your ears. Furthermore, the handle of each device isn't extremely heavy or bulky, so it'll likely feel just like the arm of a pair of sunglasses resting against the top of the corresponding ear. Once you've been wearing these hearing aids for a few hours, you may even forget that you've got them on.
The compact size of each of these hearing aids makes it discreet, which means that people whom you see and interact with likely won't notice that you're using the devices at all. Plus, if you're Caucasian, each one's handle will come in a shade similar to that of your skin, which will only add to its discreetness. Consequently, if you think you're too young to be wearing a hearing aid, but happen to need just a bit of assistance with your hearing, you probably won't have to worry about being embarrassed.
With some hearing aids, you must change the battery every time it burns out, but these ones actually contain rechargeable batteries. In order to recharge them, all you'll need to do is place them in the compact black storage case that's included with each pair and also functions as a charging station. Even if your aids don't need recharging at the moment, this case is a handy thing to have if you want to take them somewhere away from home.
Virtually any adult, regardless of age or gender, will be able to use a set of SoniClear hearing aids. Consulting with a doctor won't be something you'll need to do to obtain a pair, although you may want to talk to your family doctor if you have a history of chronic ear problems. Kids with ears large enough to accommodate these hearing aids may choose to use them, too, but in those cases, it might be a good idea to talk to a doctor first.
If you can't hear much while you're out in public or talking on the phone, it's only logical that your relationships with friends or family members, and your social life in general, might suffer. In the event that this has happened to you, you'll likely be able to salvage your social relationships once you start using SoniClear devices. Once you've got them in your ears, you'll be able to hear what others have to say and then converse with them effectively again. This regained ability may also be beneficial in professional settings.
People who have problems with their hearing can often annoy others in their household, or even their neighbors, by turning up their television to an extremely high volume in order to hear it clearly. Fortunately, you won't need to do this once you've started wearing these hearing enhancement devices. Instead, you'll be able to turn up the volume on the hearing aids, so you'll be the only one who hears the television at the high volume you prefer.
With these hearing aids, one size is expected to fit all adults. Keeping in mind that all ears have slightly different shapes, though, they may not fit each and every adult perfectly. If you're looking for hearing aids that will conform to the exact shape of your ears, instead of just providing you with a fit that's not uncomfortable, you may want to look elsewhere.
All of these hearing aids have beige handles, which are ideal for Caucasians, but people with darker skin tones may not be completely satisfied. It would be helpful if the handles could come in a few additional shades (such as brown and tan) so they could appear as discreet as possible when resting against different shades of skin.
You should do your best to avoid sharing your set of hearing aids with anyone else, as germs could be passed from one set of ears to another in this way. Even if multiple members of the same family have hearing problems, each member should have their own set of aids that go in their ears only.
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