HearSource FaVor Open Fit Hearing Aid
Our Price: $299.00
The FaVor Open Fit Hearing Aid is our smallest and most cost-effective Open Fit hearing aid. The FaVor Open Fit Hearing Aid is an affordable yet discreet design for those with a mild to moderate hearing loss. Also known as an Open Fit, Open Ear or Thin Tube hearing aid. This design is almost invisible to others when worn. For high-frequency hearing loss, it is the hearing aid of choice. The open tip design allows for a more natural sound, eliminating that plugged up feeling (occlusion). The discreet fit and size have made the thin tube BTE very popular.
The FaVor BTE combines advanced technology and fitting flexibility with an attractive mini case design. So much value at this price point makes FaVor the clear choice for anyone looking for an alternative to more expensive options.
- Metallic Black
- Power level: Mild to Moderate hearing loss, HFA full-on gain: 25 dB
- Adaptive Feedback Cancellation Technology helps reduce feedback
- Up to 4 Independently Programmable Memories
- Tri-Layered Noise Reduction
- Memory Change & Low Battery Indicator
- 12 bands of Gain Adjustment
- Fixed directional processing – Focuses on the sounds you want to hear in noisy situations
- 4 channel Wide Dynamic Range Compression
- Active Telecoil (T-Coil) for telephone use
- Wide Band Maximum Power Output (MPO) Limiting
- Programmable Power-on Delay with Adjustable Level
- Uses size 10 battery
- 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
If you include a copy of your latest hearing test (audiogram), we will preprogram the hearing aid(s) for you prior to shipping. You can fax your hearing test to us at (765) 588-0408 or eMail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your FaVor Open Fit Hearing Aid at a Glance
1. Microphone and Receiver – Sound enters the
hearing aid through the microphone. The receiver
delivers amplified sound through the tubing to
the ear canal.
2. Push button – A brief press is used to change
volume. Press and hold to change programs.
3. Battery door – The battery is inserted here and
also functions as the on/off switch. When the door
is closed and battery is inserted, the device will
be on. Opening the door will turn off the hearing
aid. A (+) indicator corresponds to the positive
side of the battery. A small hole may be filled with
a colored plug to be used as an optional indicator
for the right or left ear.
Telephone Use With FaVor BTE Hearing Aid
Traditional corded phones, cordless phones and cellular phones.
First, try to use the phone as you normally would hold it. If you cannot hear well, move the handset up slightly to find
the position that sounds best to you. If you encounter whistling, tilt the phone handset at an angle until the whistling stops. It may help to turn the volume up on your phone.
Practice using the telephone with someone familiar to you. Try moving the phone around to get the best sound.
Your device contains a telecoil which needs to be activated by your hearing healthcare provider. The telecoil converts
electromagnetic signals directly from the telephone into sound. To use the telecoil, select the appropriate program
setting, using the push button. The telecoil setting may allow you to hear more clearly on the telephone. After finishing
your phone call, change back to your preferred listening program.
If your phone is labeled “Hearing Aid Compatible,” it works with a telecoil.
Other uses of a telecoil
Many people use the telecoil with assistive listening devices called induction loops. If you go to a public event, and the
room is “looped,” then you can use your telecoil. Set your hearing aid to the telecoil program. Sound is transmitted to your hearing aid, allowing you to hear the speaker more clearly. After the event, change back to your preferred listening program.
A telecoil can be used wherever a loop system is installed. When the telecoil function in a hearing aid is activated, sound sent through the loop system is amplified while background noise is shut out.
Loop telecoil systems – also known as “hearing loops” or “audio induction loops” – are becoming more popular and can now be found in:
- Concert halls
- Taxi cabs (London and New York City)
- Museums (for guided tours)
Look for this symbol to find a telecoil system where you are.
Favor Open Fit Hearing Aid Repairs
For FaVor Hearing Aid Repairs, send to:
HearSource Hearing Aid Repair Service
108 E Pat Rady Way. PO Box 364
Bainbridge, IN 46105
Include a note of what you think is wrong and a daytime phone number for us to be able to call you with any questions.
FaVor Hearing Aid Technical Specifications
Professional Remote Programming